David J. Keogh
Englishman David J. Keogh is a multi-award winning screenwriter, actor, and playwright who co-wrote and starred in the indie comedy feature film Destination Dewsbury. Keogh is currently starring in the stage play Past Tents which has been getting rave reviews across the UK. He recently starred in a US TV Pilot (which he also co-wrote) entitled John Sunshines’s Lost Rock ‘n’ Roll Tapes and the movie (I know, he co-wrote this too – what a legend) Suspet which will be released in 2024. His previous stage performances include roles in Journey’s End, Vengeance: The Demise of Oscar Wilde, T.S Eliot’s Murder In The Cathedral, Marlowe's Edward II', Shakespeare's Richard II and Twelfth Night (all with Scena Mundi), and the play 1 in 3, for which he achieved critical acclaim for his performance as Jeff, a chemotherapy patient coming to terms with his cancer. He also won a Best Actor award for his performance in Clouds Of Grey at the Moors Theatre.