David Andri graduated from Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) in 2012 where he played many successful roles including the lead role of Danny in Simon Stephens Motortown, directed by Paulo Castro. David received many glowing reviews for his portrayal of the sadistic dentist Orin Scrivello, in Little Shop of Horrors. He played the hero Macduff in Geordie Brookman’s production of Macbeth and also worked with Chris Drummond on Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest. Since graduating David has worked with State Theatre Company of South Australia on The Red Cross Letters and with No Strings Attached Theatre Company for the Angels Project. David’s screen credits include the short films There’s Always Tomorrow and Tiny Scratches as well as multiple TVC’s. David’s writing credits also include the short film There’s Always Tomorrow, which was co-produced between the MRC and Anomaly media.