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David Horovitch

David Horovitch's wide variety of credits on stage, television, radio and feature films are voluminous. He has starred in many of England's most popular television programs including the role of Inspector Slack on the BBC's popular series of Agatha Christie adaptations including The Body in the Library, Murder at the Vicarage, The 4:50 From Paddington, They Do It With Mirrors and The Mirror Crack'd. Also for the BBC he starred in Hold the Back Page, Prince Regent, Play For Today, Bergerac, Vanity Fair, Westbeach, French and Saunders, The Blue Boy, Just William, Casualty, Great Expectations, and Deceit. Among his many other television credits are, Bagnor (title role), Hadleigh, Bulman, Poirot, Stay Lucky, Love Hurts and Shine on Harvey Moon.

Mr. Horovitch has starred in the feature films One of the Hollywood Ten, Solomon and Gaenor, An Unsuitable Job For A Woman, Paper Marriage and The Dirty Dozen III.

A virtual mainstay of contemporary theatre, his lengthy list of stage credits include Disposing of the Body, Experiments With An Air Pump, Going Concern, Ghosts, The Complaisant Lover, Single Spies, Madame Bovary, What the Butler Saw, The Tempest, A Doll's House, The Act, School For Scandal, Measure for Measure, All's Well that Ends Well, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Misanthrope, An Inspector Calls, The Crucifier of Blood and There's a Girl In My Soup.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.

David Horovitch Facts

BirthdayAugust 11, 1945 (77)
BirthplaceLondon, England, United Kingdom

Selected Filmography

Not available.