David Sturzaker

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David Sturzaker
Born David Sturzaker
Redruth, Cornwall
Residence Worcestershire
Occupation Actor
Years active 2009 - present

David Sturzaker is an English actor born in Redruth in Cornwall, who played Dr. Simon Bond in the BBC soap, Doctors from 2009 to 2011.

Theatre[edit]

Sturzaker graduated from LAMDA and starred as Stanhope in Journey's End at the Playhouse Theatre in London. He has also appeared in several plays[1] at Shakespeare's Globe. In early 2011, after leaving Doctors, he toured as Orlando in a production of Shakespeare's As You Like It.[2]

Doctors[edit]

He joined Doctors in May 2009 as trainee doctor, Simon Bond. On 6 May 2010 Sturzaker, alongside Doctors colleagues of Jan Pearson, Elisabeth Dermot-Walsh & Chris Walker, appeared on ITV's This Morning. The four took part in a quiz with rival soap, Hollyoaks & held an interview with Phillip Schofield & Holly Willoughby. It was because that Saturday were the British Soap Awards 2010. Sturzaker was nominated for Sexiest Male. His final appearances in Doctors aired in April 2011.

Personal life[edit]

He presently lives in Worcestershire.

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