David Reale is a Toronto born actor working in film, television and theatre.
Reale starred in the critically acclaimed film BANG BANG BABY, which won Best First Feature at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. He is featured in Aaron Sorkins’ directorial debut Molly’s Game and the film GEORGETOWN, directed by and starring Academy Award winner Christoph Waltz. Some of David’s television credits include recurring as Benjamin “The I.T Guy” on SUITS (USA), and guest appearances in Murdoch Mysteries(CBC), PRIVATE EYES (Global), The Boys (Amazon) and American Gods(STARZ). Reale plays Charlie Cole in the Ubisoft video game franchise Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist.
On stage he's starred as the title character in My Name is Asher Lev (The Segal Centre/RMTC) and Annie Baker's JOHN (RMTC/Segal). Other theatre credits include ‘Nick’ in The Great Gatsby (Lower Ossington Theatre) and ‘Simon Rifkind’ in Mirvish Productions’ Ghost Stories. He co-produced and starred in Pvt. Wars and George Bernard Shaw's The Fatal Gazogene with indie theatre stalwarts The Red One Theatre Collective.
As a teacher, David leads classes based in the Meisner technique at the studio of his teacher John Riven and at George Brown College in the Acting for Media and theatre programs he also facilitates with The Performers Mindset and teaches scene-study/on-camera at AMAW Toronto.