Biography & Awards
BEST UK FILM OVER 20min - International Film Festival of Ireland
BEST DIRECTOR OF A SHORT FILM - New York International Film Festival
BEST DIRECTOR OF A SHORT FILM - Los Angeles International Film Festival
BEST INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM- Los Angeles International Film Festival
BEST UK FILM UNDER 60m - Swansea Bay Film Festival
David Goodall is an award-winning director, composes music for film & TV, he is also a fight director, an actor and enjoys photography.
His credits for fights include: Red Road with Tony Curran, Dog Altogether with Peter Mullan, Popcorn with Jack Ryder, That Old One with Kevin McKidd, The Deep with James Nesbitt and The Wicker Tree with Sir Christopher Lee. He has been series fight arranger for Rebus and Taggart.
Music of David's can be heard on Nick Nairn's Wild Harvest, Zig Zag and Saorsa (BBC) as well as Artery and Eikon (ITV). Film credits include Crush, Changed Days, Fallen Angels, To Have And To Hold and In The Dark.He recently mixed the score for Paul Campion's The Devil's Rock. He has released various singles and albums through the Soundsmove label
As an actor, David appears in Ken Loach's The Angel's Share. He has made regular appearances as Hugo in River City, and as Mr. Fitz in Half Moon Investigations, as well as the doom-laden Duncan Paterson in BBC’s Doctors. He has played a lot of roles in several console games, including Haven, Defender and Dreamfall. In several games he has played characters in Spanish, Italian, French and German.
David has voiced numerous adverts in English and Italian, and has been heard as forensics officer Eliot Bothwell in the long-running BBC Radio 4 police series 'P Division', as well as Lady MacBeth of Mtsensk (BBC Radio 3), and the narrator for the documentary 'Last of the Scottish Wildcats'.
- Fight Director for Scrotal Recall, Eve and Stonemouth
- Music scores for Replay, The Brunton and Baldy Bane
- Albums & Singles available on iTunes, Amazon and various others