Isabella David is a French-American actress, dancer and singer living in Manhattan. Since moving to New York Isabella has divided her time between performing and studying. 

Isabella studied acting and writing at the University of Virginia. In New York she attended The Terry Schreiber Winter Conservatory, the Actors' Movement Studio's summer conservatory (where she had the pleasure of working with the late, great Mala Powers) and the American Globe Theater Conservatory. She's also a certified yoga instructor who incorporates modern dance into her classes.

Isabella grew up performing in Virginia and Colorado and writing her own plays. Since moving to New York she has appeared on screen and stage acting in French and English. Her first short play I Wear My Sunglasses At Night premiered at Centerstage's 2011 Friend Me Festival. Currently, Isabella David can be seen in the film Brooklyn's Finest directed by Antoine Fuqua and available on DVD. 

Isabella is also a represented fashion model. In her free time she loves to read, listen to live music, watch old movies, search for vintage clothes and sew...


                                             Favorite Roles

Favorite Roles range from the English-challenged "Genevieve" in the Channel 13 short reel finalist Pardon My French to the witty Harriet Woodvill in UVA's The Man of Mode to badgirl "Karma Galore" in the Bad Plays Festival awarded Best Performance in Festival at the Player's Theater in Greenwich Village to the spaced-out "Sarie's Friend" in Brooklyn's Finest and not least to the classic screamer "Sarah Greer" in the horror flick What Really Frightens You?