David Reale

David Reale (born December 19, 1985) is a Canadian actor best known for his roles as Glenn Coco in Mean Girls and Dave in Skins. Reale is also the voice actor of Kai Hiwatari on the English version of Beyblade, also becoming the voice actor of Tsubasa Otori from the spin-off series Beyblade: Metal Fusion. He was also in the Morgan Waters show. He currently works as a host of CBC's The Void and is acting with the Classical Theatre Project: an Ontario based group that performs Shakespearean plays for students. He attended Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School in Caledon East, Ontario. While at the school he formed a close relationship with two drama teachers, Roberto F Ciccotelli and Frank Adriano. David Reale starred in an independent movie directed and written by the two teachers called The Art of Playing Bocce. (Title may vary) The movie is about a man named Johnny (Reale) who tries to become partner in a graphic design business. In an effort to get promoted he enters himself into a Bocce tournament with his father, Pasquale, his grandfather, and his seventeen year old brother, Luch. The movie revolves around typical Italian stereotypes.


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