David Prosho is an English actor best known for his recurring role as DC Ian Mitchell in the police procedural television drama series Scott & Bailey, since 2011.
He grew up in Leicestershire, where he lived for much of his childhood before relocating to Leeds, where he now resides. He has a family of four.
His roles have included a fireman in Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights, a rugby player in Peak Practice, a soldier in the docu-drama The Government Inspector on the Dr. David Kelly tragedy, as well as characters in Dalziel and Pascoe, Fat Friends, Emmerdale, a "Muscle Man" in the Channel 4 TV series Queer As Folk and Casualty.
A notable role was in Hollyoaks, where he made regular appearances as Rob Owen, father of Nicole, Russ and Sam.
Dave previously co presented the Friday Night Inspiral Warm-Up on Revolution Radio with fellow actor Alex Carter and friend Broadie. The show consists of friendly banter and rock/indie songs in a two hour set.
A regular feature on the show was "Dave's Rainbow" where each week Dave played three songs associated with that week's colour. He no longer presents the show.