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David Darlow

Director

David Darlow is an American actor and director. His directing credits include An Inspector Calls, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and Mrs. Warren's Profession with the Remy Bumppo Theatre Company. He has also directed As You Like It at the Utah Shakespeare Festival and served as the Artistic Director for the Oak Tree Shakespeare festival. Darlow is a prolific actor, and has appeared in productions at The Chicago Shakespeare Theatre (Henry VIII, Julius Caesar, Othello, Timon of Athens, As You Like It), The Royal George (Lost in Yonkers); The American Theatre Company (End Game), The Goodman Theatre (Camino Real, The Seagull, A Life in the Theatre, As You Like It, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Passion, The Misanthrope), Northlight Theatre (The Real Thing, Betrayal), The Court Theatre (The Philanthropist, Measure for Measure, Doctor Faustus), Apple Tree (Three Hotels, The Heiress, Cyrano, Via Dolorosa (director)), The Chicago Festival of the Arts (Nathan the Wise), The Ravinia Festival (Passion, with Patti LuPone and Audra McDonald), and The Briar Street Theater (Six Degrees of Separation).

Darlow's film credits include "True Nature", "Hoodlum", "Ride with the Devil", "Road to Perdition", "The Fugitive", "Miller's Crossing", "High Fidelity", "The Weatherman", "Lana's Rain", "Were the World Mine", "No God No Master", and "Let's Go to Prison". His television credits include "Chicago Fire", "Prison Break", "The Untouchables", "Missing Persons, "Barney Miller", and "Barnaby Jones".

   

Appears in
Demons: A Possession