DAVE CROSSLAND

AEA / SAG-AFTRA-E / 1949 GIBSON J-45

Actor Dave Crossland has starred in a number of Equity productions in Southern California, most notably a two-season run of "A Hammer, A Bell, And A Song" at the San Diego Repertory Theatre. He's played numerous principal and supporting roles on the Discovery Channel, History Channel, and similar cable networks. Recent indie-film projects include a lead role in Life After, by writer/director Jamie Wheeler.

Dave's improv experience from the Upright Citizen's Brigade complements years of performing solo on the national acoustic music circuit.

Currently, Dave studies with Howie Deutch at the Beverly Hills Playhouse.

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Film
Life After
Lead
dir: Jamie Vega Wheeler
GRO2 (48 hr short film fest winner)
Lead
dir: Micah Levin
Bald (short)
Featured
dir: Felipe Torres Urso
Going Together
Supporting
dir: Sophie Webb
The Vagabonds (short)
Lead
dir: Brett Meiselas
Isolation (short)
Lead
dir: Dawn Smith
Pardon (short)
Supporting
dir: R.F. Rodriguez
Television
True Nightmares
Co-Star
Investigation Discovery
River City Folk
Guest Star
PBS
Murder Book
Co-Star
Investigation Discovery
Codes And Conspiracies
Co-Star
American Heroes Channel
Hotel Secrets & Legends
Co-Star
The Travel Channel
Colored People
Co-Star
dir: Natasha Tash Grey
Your Kid Ate What?
Co-Star
The Learning Channel
Theatre
Pete Seeger Sings Out!
Pete Seeger
San Diego Rep / N Coast Rep, Todd Salovey
A Hammer, A Bell, And A Song
Dave (Lead, 2 consecutive seasons)
San Diego Repertory Theatre, Todd Salovey
Twilight: Los Angeles 1992
Daryl Gates
Katselas Theatre Company, Leila Vatan
Voice-Over
Station ID / PSAs
NPR stations across US
Training
Scene Study
Beverly Hills Playhouse
Master Class w/ Howie Deutch, Rick Podell
On Camera
Ronnie Yeskel, John Swanbeck
Improv
Upright Citizens Brigade
Julie Brister
Voice-Over
Cheryllynn Carter
Soundtrack
Highway 15
Composer, Performer
RM Productions
Special Skills
Music
Voice
(Bari-Tenor)
Guitar
(1949 Gibson J-45 aka "Betsy")
Harmonica
Mandolin
Dialects
Boston
Irish
(N Dublin, West, Northern)
Scottish
(Ayrshire)
Midwestern
(Seemingly Wholesome White People)
Other
Belly-Dance Tummy Roll
Extremely Old Folk Songs
Portable Manual Typewriter
Navigating US Interstate Highways
(Without A Map)