What is your favourite play (seen, read, or worked on)?
What is your favourite midnight snack?
I’m asleep long before then.
What is your favourite word?
What are you most passionate about?
If days were 28 hours long, what would you do for the extra 4 hours?
Hope for sunshine and sit in it, playing music and reading.
If you could be in a room full of any one thing, what would it be?
Good red wine.
Favourite city – why?
New York. It’s like being in a Batman film and a Woody Allen film at the same time.
What is your favourite song?
A Soft Place to Fall, Allison Moorer.
If you could have been born in any era, which would it be and why?
I feel fine about the era I was born into!
If you could have any supernatural power, which would you choose?
The power to put this government into the shoes of the people it’s hurting. (I think that answers the ‘why’ as well.)
David Sibley plays Morten Kiil in Ibsen’s Public Enemy, which begins 4 May at the Young Vic.
Previous Young Vic credits: Sweet Nothings, Uncle Vanya, Cruel and Tender.
Theatre includes: Dallas Sweetman (Paines Plough/Canterbury cathedral); Space Project (RSC/Davidson US); Naked (Almeida); Dirty Wonderland (Frantic Assembly); Edward Bond’s Lear (Sheffield Crucible).
Film includes: Mr Nice, Closed.
Television includes: Broadchurch, Utopia, Mrs Biggs, New Tricks, Wallander.
Book tickets for Public Enemy