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David Schaal (born 27 May 1963 in Albuquerque, New Mexico) is an English actor best known for playing the roles of "Taffy" in The Office and "Terry Cartwright" in The Inbetweeners.

Schaal studied Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama (1985–1988) and has worked in television, film and theatre. His television credits include Missing, Casualty, The Wrong Door, Beautiful People, Hancock and Joan, Ashes To Ashes, The IT Crowd, Deceit, Doc Martin, Peak Practice, Silent Witness and Dangerfield. His film credits include Kidulthood, Mr. Nobody, Clubbed and Dirty Weekend.

Schaal also appeared as "Norm", Shirley Carter's seedy landlord, in EastEnders and played troubled father "Tom Hargreaves" in Grange Hill. Other notable credits include playing "DS Bevan" in Paul Greengrass' The Murder of Stephen Lawrence, playing opposite William Baldwin in the film Relative Values, and appearing in Philip Davis' English football hooligan film I.D. Schaal also played "Eric" in Ben Wheatley's domestic British gangster film Down Terrace.

Schaal wrote the short films Poppy's Present (directed by Chris Jury) and Half Time (directed by Duncan Roe). He also co-wrote the play Reality Chokes and appeared in it as "Rob" in London and directed a production of the play at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010.  Other writing credits include the plays Shame, No Hiding Place, The Legacy of Colonel Ash and Baby Blue.

Description above from the Wikipedia article David Schaal  , licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

 

David Schaal (born 27 May 1963 in Albuquerque, New Mexico) is an English actor best known for playing the roles of "Taffy" in The Office and "Terry Cartwright" in The Inbetweeners.

Schaal studied Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama (1985–1988) and has worked in television, film and theatre. His television credits include Missing, Casualty, The Wrong Door, Beautiful People, Hancock and Joan, Ashes To Ashes, The IT Crowd, Deceit, Doc Martin, Peak Practice, Silent Witness and Dangerfield. His film credits include Kidulthood, Mr. Nobody, Clubbed and Dirty Weekend.

Schaal also appeared as "Norm", Shirley Carter's seedy landlord, in EastEnders and played troubled father "Tom Hargreaves" in Grange Hill. Other notable credits include playing "DS Bevan" in Paul Greengrass' The Murder of Stephen Lawrence, playing opposite William Baldwin in the film Relative Values, and appearing in Philip Davis' English football hooligan film I.D. Schaal also played "Eric" in Ben Wheatley's domestic British gangster film Down Terrace.

Schaal wrote the short films Poppy's Present (directed by Chris Jury) and Half Time (directed by Duncan Roe). He also co-wrote the play Reality Chokes and appeared in it as "Rob" in London and directed a production of the play at the Edinburgh Festival in 2010.  Other writing credits include the plays Shame, No Hiding Place, The Legacy of Colonel Ash and Baby Blue.

Description above from the Wikipedia article David Schaal  , licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 32

Birthday 1963-05-27

Place of Birth Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Also Known As

  • David Schall

Acting TV ShowsMovies

Dead Air as The Pilot
The King is Dead as Frank
Night Shift as Lenny
2019 Mrs Lowry & Son as Stanley Allcot
2019 Liberté: A Call to Spy as Colonel Gubbins
2017 The Fitzroy as Cecil
2016 The 101-Year-Old Man Who Skipped Out on the Bill and Disappeared as CIA-chef
2016 Fallen as Randy
2016 We the Jury (1 episode)
2015 Just Desserts
2014 The Inbetweeners 2 as Terry
2014 The Strain (2 episodes) as Rudyard Fonescu
2012 Tied as Joe
2011 The Great Ghost Rescue as Builder
2011 The Inbetweeners Movie as Jay's Dad
2011 Hysteria as Tough Guy
2011 White Van Man (1 episode) as Cockney Handyman
2009 Mr. Nobody as Thug 1
2009 Down Terrace as Eric
2008 The Inbetweeners (6 episodes) as Terry Cartwright (2 episodes)
2008 Hancock & Joan as Reporter Two
2006 Kidulthood as Taxi Driver
2006 The IT Crowd (1 episode) as Dec
2005 Keeping Mum as TV Chat Show Pundit #1
2003 Life Beyond the Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher as Jim Grady
2002 Dead Gorgeous as Constable
2000 Relative Values as The Baddie
1999 The Murder of Stephen Lawrence as DS Bevan
1996 Boston Kickout as Mick the Manager
1996 Our Friends in the North (1 episode) as Prison Officer
1995 I.D. as Paul Funnell
1993 Dirty Weekend as Stan

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