David Reale is an actor, teacher and coach living in Toronto. For the past 20 years he has worked on stages across Canada and in film, television and animation in Canada and the U.S. He spent 8 seasons on the show Suits; he’s a recurring character on The Boys and American Gods; played Charlie Cole in the Ubisoft video game franchise Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell; and played the title role in My Name is Asher Lev at the Segal Centre and the Manitoba Theatre Centre; He also writes and performs with the sketch comedy outfit Elephant Empire. The troupe packs houses at Toronto comedy venues and has won “Best Of the Fest” at The Montreal Sketch Comedy Festival for four consecutive years. David has been teaching at a Meisner-based acting studio for a decade and more recently joined the faculty at George Brown College in both their Theatre and Acting for Media programs.