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David Schaal

David plays Terry Cartwright in The Inbetweeners. He can also be seen in the forthcoming Inbetweeners movie. His sketch show, Men Of War, is playing in Edinburgh at Pleasance Beside 2011 (11PM). David will also be appearing in his play Brotherly Love for Laughing Horse at The Counting House Ballroom 2011 (5PM)

http://www.menofwarcomedy.com/
http://www.thereallondonensemble.co.uk/Home.html 

Television:
Lead Balloon - Bargain Channel Producer, Open Mike, 2011
The Inbetweeners – Terry Cartwright, Bwark Productions, 2008-2010
Sports Aid With Shappi Khorsandi – Mickey, BBC, 2010
The Wrong Door – Various Characters, Channel 4, 2008-2009
Modern Toss – Drive By Abuser, Channel 4, 2006-2008
The Office – Glynn (Taffy), BBC, 2001-2003
The Armando Iannucci Shows – Various Characters, Channel 4 2001

Film:
Hysteria - Tough Guy (Dir Tanya Wexler) 2011
The Inbetweeners - Terry Cartwright (Dir Ben Palmer) 2011
Down Terrace – Uncle Eric, (Dir Ben Wheatley), Raindance Best UK Film Award 2010

Writer:
Men Of War - Sketch Show, Pleasance Beside, Edinbrugh 2011
Brotherly Love - Writer/Actor, The Counting House, Edinburgh 2011
Shame – Reherased Reading York Theatre Royal 2011
Half Time – Writer/Actor 2010
Reality Chokes – Writer/Director, Edinburgh Festival 2010
Poppy’s Present – Won Halloween Society Best Short Film Award 2001

Stand up:
London:
Laughing Horse New Act Competition Quarter Finalist 2011, Bath Comedy Festival 2010, Amused Moose (Covent Garden), Monkey Business, So Comedy Club, Kings Head, Comedy Store (Gong Show 2010), Queens Head (Piccadilly Circus), Comedy Bin, Party Piece, Green Man,  Trafalgar Arms and Sickipedia.
Men Of War - Sketch Show
The Albany, Comedy Pub, Funny Side, Canal Cafe, Courtyard Theatre, Diorama, North London Tavern, Cavendish Arms and Bowled Over.