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David Ian was born on 1961-02- in Chadwell Heath, Dagenham, United Kingdom.

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Born 1961-02-
Birthday 1961-02-
Birthplace Chadwell Heath, Dagenham, United Kingdom
United Kingdom

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At Live Nation, he was responsible for Broadway Across America, which produces and tours first class Broadway shows in over 40 markets in the United States and Canada. He was simultaneously CEO of the UK division which included over 25 theatres both in London’s West End and the majority of the regional markets in the UK.


In 2006, he founded David Ian Productions, based in London’s Covent Garden. It is now of the UK’s premier producers of live large scale theatrical entertainment. Prior to founding DIP, he was Chairman/CEO of the global theatrical division of Live Nation (from 2005) having joined the group when it was part of Clear Channel Entertainment (in 2000).

In 2006, David Ian and Andrew Lloyd Webber agreed to co-produce a production of The Sound of Music. Together with the BBC they created the original TV casting show How do you solve a problem like Maria, hosted by Graham Norton. Ian, along with Lloyd Webber, was a judge on the programme. The TV show was a resounding success and led to the launch of The Sound of Music as a smash hit, starring Connie Fisher at the London Palladium.


In 1990 David met fellow actor Paul Nicholas while they were both appearing in a production of The Pirates of Penzance at the London Palladium. The pair created a production company, Paul Nicholas & David Ian Associates Ltd.


As a singer, Ian twice attempted to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest, taking part in both the 1984 and 1986 A Song for Europe competitions on BBC1 as a member of the bands First Division and Jump respectively. Both songs were written by Paul Curtis.


David Ian (born David Ian Lane; February 1961) is a British theatre producer and former actor.