Malcolm Davies

Malcolm Davies

Cops on Film & TV
Actor, Screenwriter and Comedian

London, England

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February 2013
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About Malcolm

Malcolm was born in Ilford on the outskirts of London and from a young age believed his destiny lay with the smell of the greasepaint after appearing as Dr. Bradman in Noel Cowards Blythe Spirit when he was 16. At the age of 20 he began a thirty-year career with the Metropolitan Police Force and, after three years, joined the Criminal Investigation Department. In 1988 he was first posted as a Detective in Hackney. Malcolm has led high profile reactive and pro-active investigations as well as serving on Borough and Specialist Crime Units, including the Operation Trident gun and gang crime unit and the Technical Surveillance Unit where he managed high-risk covert operations. Malcolm also holds a Certificate of Education obtained whilst lecturing at the Detective Training School to outside intelligence agencies. In 2008 an ITV drama about one of Malcolm's high profile investigations was filmed. He found himself assisting the scriptwriter of U Be Dead and advising the actor who portrayed him, David Kennedy. Malcolm has also worked with David Morrisey when he prepared for his role as a Detective Inspector in the Sky 1 Drama Thorne. Malcolm retired from policing in 2012 with a number of commendations to his name for leadership and detective ability. He then undertook a year's method acting course, acquired an agent and hit the ground running. He has appeared in a number of commercials, short films and features. He has also appeared in a number of Shakespearian tragedies including Richard II and Coriolanus in London and the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival.Since retiring Malcolm has also been writing screenplays and has recently been performing stand up comedy in London. He is also the Director of ‘Cops on Film and TV’ a company developed by Malcolm to assist Film Producers, Directors, Actors and Writers bring realism to any productions involving Police Methodology and Procedure.

Unique traits: Ex Police Officer, Metropolitan Police. Director of Cops on Film & TV (Advisory Company for Producers, Actors & Writers


  • Loss Prevention

    Loss Prevention (2015 - 2016)
    Commercial by Silversun/Mark Tuffnell Doctor

  • Next Autocolour

    Next Autocolour (2015 - 2016)
    Commercial by Badcat Productions/Joan Alvarez Distributor

  • Healthcare at Home

    Healthcare at Home (2016)
    Commercial by Icon/James Lawes Shaun

  • Diabetes UK Lottery

    Diabetes UK Lottery (2016)
    Commercial by DTV/Duncan Mackness Dancing Passenger

  • Specter Partnership

    Specter Partnership (2016)
    Commercial by New Vision Media/Jamie Wonnacott Client

  • Know You're Not Alone

    Know You're Not Alone (2016)
    Commercial by Nononsenselondon/Will Savage Controlling Husband

  • BBC Christmas Ident

    BBC Christmas Ident (2016)
    by Academy Films/Si & Ad Dad

  • Over

    Over (2015)
    Film (short) by Jorn Threlfall (Crime and Thriller) Detective 'Over' appears to present a police crime scene. Over the course of 14 minutes and 9 wide shots (told in reverse order), we watch as an intriguing story unfolds and heads towards a dramatic conclusion. What has happened in this quiet, suburban neighbourhood? Has there been a murder, a hit-and-run, an accident? The reality is both profound, and deeply unexpected.

  • Soup

    Soup (2015)
    Film (short) by Peter Imms (Comedy) Actor

  • Hail to the King

    Hail to the King (2015)
    Film (short) by Tom Cotton Simon King

  • Aviva ITV Rugby Highlights Show

    Aviva ITV Rugby Highlights Show (2015)
    Commercial by Alex Kyrou Lawnmower Man

  • HSBC

    HSBC (2015)
    Commercial by Jeremy Wright Bike Man

  • Peter's Hearts of Gold

    Peter's Hearts of Gold (2015)
    Commercial by Spectre com Films Matt Farman Co Presenter Charity Commercial

  • McKenna

    McKenna (2014)
    Television (Talk-Show) Producer

  • The Bench (Ep 2)

    The Bench (Ep 2) (2014)
    Film (short) by Jellyfielders Studio/ Mike Jelves Tom

  • Signals

    Signals (2014)
    Drama by Video Quadrant Christopher Bevan Richard

  • Richard II

    Richard II (2014)
    Theater by Malachite Theatre/Benjamin Blythe Lord Marshall/Earl of Salisbury

  • Over The Hill

    Over The Hill (2014)
    Film (short) by Mike Burrin Robber


    DEKAOS (2013)
    Film (short) by Nostromodo/Olly Gerrie Muscle


    KINOLIFE (2013)
    Film (short) by Met Film School/Leo Gotainer George


    Film (short) by Met Film School/Angus Baigrie David Bridges


    Film (short) by Straight Crooked Productions/Joel Alexander Taxi Driver


    BULLY BREED (2013)
    Commercial by Refinery Multimedia/Scott Taylor Dad


    Film (short) by Met Film School/Alejandro Serra John


    LEGAL & GENERAL (2013)
    Commercial by Thousand Media/Ben Dodd Mark


    LITTLE PIECES (2013)
    Film by Apple Park Pictures/Adam Nelson Mark


    WILDAID (2013)
    Commercial by Outsider/Matt Huntley Senior Groundsman


    A MAD WORLD (2013)
    Film (short) by SAE Institute/Berta Perez Detective Inspector Thompson

  • Thorne: Scaredycat

    Thorne: Scaredycat (2010)
    Film by Benjamin Ross (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actor Two women have been murdered within hours of one another near St. Pancras station, but in quite different ways. When a connection is made with two other murders which occurred months before, but also on the same day, DI Thorne realizes two serial killers may be at work in a macabre partnership. Written by Anonymous

  • U Be Dead

    U Be Dead (2009)
    TV Movie by Jamie Payne (Drama and Thriller) Actor Hospital psychiatrist Jan Falkowski is engaged to Debbie Pemberton. After they are plagued by a series of silent phone calls someone enters Jan's houseboat and turns on all the gas taps. Over the months the couple are bombarded with warped text messages,expressing desire for Jan and threatening Debbie with the stark 'U Be Dead' and similar death threats.The stalker even cancels their wedding by phone as well as ringing their families. The police trace the caller,Maria Marchese,an Argentinian shop worker whose ex-boyfriend was a patient of Jan but she denies everything and the Crown Prosecution Service feel there is insufficient evidence to try her. By now Jan has left Debbie for the younger Bethan but his ordeal intensifies as he is arrested on charges of doping and raping Maria,for which he stands trial. She even has him suspended from work,sending him the triumphant text 'Got U'. But has she got him? Or,at his trial,will her lies be exposed and will she be the one who ends up behind... Written by don @ minifie-1


  • Brian Timoney Ultimate Acting Course

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