Dwelvan David

 





 

Originally from Chicago, IL, Dwelvan developed a love for music & dance at a young age. In high school Dwelvan had the pleasure of traveling to and singing classical music in Italy as well as Germany, Austria and most of Eastern Europe. At the age of 17 he enrolled at Millikin University as was immediately cast in Anything Goes and The Marriage of Figaro. It was then Dwelvan realized his passion for acting on the musical theatre stage. Since earning his B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Millikin, David has garnered rave reviews for his roles in productions of Ain't Misbehavin', The Wiz, Caroline, or Change, Big River, Songs for a New World, & Cats. He originated the roles of Billy Bones & Job Anderson in Marc Robin's Treasure Island: A Musical Adventure as well as Thomas A. Dorsey in the Bailiwick Chicago's Georgia Tom: The Father of Gospel Music. For his work as King Herod in Congo Square's 2010 production of The Nativity Dwelvan recieved a nomination for The Bill Bojangles Robinson Award from the Black Theater Alliance Award committee. He is honored to have been a part of Drury Lane Theatre's 2010 Best Musical Jeff Award-Winning Ragtime which garnered Mr. David his first Jeff nomination for Best Ensemble. Dwelvan is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA, and the American Guild of Musical Artists. He stands six-feet-four inches tall and hopes to serve as a source of inspiration for the next generation.

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