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David Ellington is an English actor based in Bristol. He is Deaf and uses British Sign Language (BSL).
David started acting in 1997. Theatre credits include Frozen (Fingersmiths), Bent / Diary of an Action Man (Graeae), Under Milk Wood (Oxfordshire Theatre Tour Company), Extraordinary Wall of Silence (Ad Infinitum). He won Best Actor for DEF in the Deaf Oscars. His explores various artistic forms, like circus art and street theatre, taking part in productions such as Extraordinary Bodies - What Am I Worth / Weighting (Diverse City & Cirque Bijou). He has appeared on television productions, such as The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (BBC) and Holby City (BBC). David was also part of the London 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony, and has featured signing throughout a commercial for Channel 4, broadcast to celebrate the end of the 2016 Summer Olympics. In 2007 he founded VS1 Production, a company specialised in video productions featuring (BSL).
- ↑ "Extraordinary Wall [of Silence] review – striking stories of deafness". The Guardian.
- ↑ "David Ellington". Ad Infinitum.
- ↑ "David Ellington". Extraordinary Bodies.
- ↑ "Deaf actor to sign ad break on Channel 4's The Last Leg". BBC.
- ↑ "VS1 Production".
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