David Boyll Biography

 
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David is a San Francisco-based actor and improvisor. He’s been called “entertainingly stodgy” as Professor Alfred Billington in “Partition” at Indra’s Net Theater. He “delivered a full load of crazy” as Bernard B. O’Hare in the World Premiere of Kurt Vonnegut’s “Mother Night” ... (read more)
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@davidboyll - 2/23/20 10:37pm Back at @thepeartheatre for another show. This time, it’s an intimate and inspiring staging of the smash “Curious I… https://


@davidboyll - 2/22/20 06:02pm It’s nice to be recognized! Thanks and praise @BessWohl, @CustomMadeSF, my castmates, designers, crew, and Director… https://


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Bio:
David is a San Francisco-based actor and improvisor. He’s been called “entertainingly stodgy” as Professor Alfred Billington in “Partition” at Indra’s Net Theater. He “delivered a full load of crazy” as Bernard B. O’Hare in the World Premiere of Kurt Vonnegut’s “Mother Night” ... (read more)

David is a San Francisco-based actor and improvisor. He’s been called “entertainingly stodgy” as Professor Alfred Billington in “Partition” at Indra’s Net Theater. He “delivered a full load of crazy” as Bernard B. O’Hare in the World Premiere of Kurt Vonnegut’s “Mother Night” at Custom Made Theatre. As a member of the performing ensemble of Un-Scripted Theater Company®, David has improvised over one hundred plays and musicals since 2013. As a founding member of Improv Lab, he’s made stuff up at festivals in San Francisco, San Diego, Austin, Santa Monica, and at SF Sketchfest.