David James Bamber is an English actor, who has worked in television and theatre. He is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Bamber is married to the actress Julia Swift, daughter of actors, David Swift and Paula Jacobs.
Not yet established.
Bamber has worked on many British television series, mini-series and TV films.
He appeared in the BBC adaptations of Hanif Kureishi's The Buddha of Suburbia and Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, in which he portrayed the Bennets' clergyman cousin, Mr. Collins.
He also played the part of a junior treasury minister and Stamp enthusiast, Julian Whitaker, in an episode of The New Statesman, in which Alan frames Whitaker and forces his resignation.
In 1997 he starred as Eric Slatt in two series of Steven Moffat's Chalk, contributing to the audio commentaries for the DVD release in 2008.
His best known international television role to date was his 2005–2007 role as Marcus Tullius Cicero in the HBO/BBC2 original television series, Rome.
In Poirot Series 3: Episode 7 "The Double Clue," he plays the effete middleman to a jewellery collector who is robbed. Bamber also played Adolf Hitler in Bryan Singer's film, Valkyrie.
He played the part of Noel in the Sky Atlantic series Camping, and Admiral Ramsay in the 2016 film Darkest Hour.
As a stage actor, Bamber won the 1995 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor for his performance as Guy in My Night with Reg, a role he reprised in a 1996 BBC television adaptation.
His roles as a voice actor include Emperor Constantine in the Doctor Who audio drama, The Council of Nicaea and as Jeremy Longstaff in the 2008 radio series The Way We Live Right Now.
David appeared in the 2020 TV miniseries, Flesh and Blood.
|Born||19th September, 1954|
|Home City||Lancashire, England|