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About David

David Harewood was born on December 8th 1965 to parents Romeo and Mayleen in a town named Small Heath in Birmingham, England. His parents were born in Barbados and moved to the UK in the fifties and sixties as part of the Windrush Generation. 

David’s journey into acting isn’t what most people expect. He recalls being the classroom clown, often thrown out for being naughty. Before I left, a teacher called me in and suggested I became an actor. I said, “OK, that sounds like a good idea.” He applied to RADA, got in, and moved to London. This is the part where they usually say, ‘and the rest is history’, but for David history’s still in the making.

Throughout his career David has filmed all around the world from Los Angeles to Vancouver, South Africa and Morocco, but home will always be in London with his wife, two daughters and their cockapoo Seb.


David Harewood has been gracing our screens as an actor for over 30 years, and more recently presenting his groundbreaking documentaries. Homeland, The Night Manager, Man in The High Castle, Supergirl and Blood Diamond are just some of the incredible TV shows and films that he has worked on alongside names such as Laurence Fishburne, Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes and Damien Lewis. He is a regular goalkeeper for UNICEF’s Soccer Aid having recently been announced as one of their UK Ambassadors alongside a host of changemakers from Priyanka Chopra, David Beckham to Serena Williams. David has had an illustrious theatre career and made history in 1997 playing The National Theatre’s first ever black Othello. He loves Shakespeare and hopes to return to the stage one day soon. He is a highly acclaimed and loved actor all around the world.


David has always had a natural flair for writing, often being commissioned to explore personal pieces for publications like The Guardian and The Telegraph, covering topics from racial inequalities to mental health. It was no surprise that after the success of his ‘Psychosis and Me’ documentary, and its overwhelmingly positive impact and connection with audiences that he was then approached by some of the most prestigious publishing houses to secure his first ever memoir. David is currently writing ‘Maybe I Don’t Belong Here: A Memoir of Race, Identity, Breakdown and Recovery’ which is set for release in September 2021, to be published by Pan Macmillan.

David made his directorial debut working with his Supergirl family on Episode 419. Supported by Warner Bros and DC Comics he said, “I just love it. I love the crew, I love how collaborative it is. I love being able to sculpt the performances and really bring it to life taking it off the page and realizing the different aspects of the scripts.” He’s just finished directing his third episode for Season 6 that will be aired later this year.