The former Manchester United and England star has dipped his toe into the creative realm of ‘Tinseltown’ ever since moving Stateside

Love him or hate him, David Beckham is a man of many talents.

While he is principally known for his long and trophy-laden career in football with giant clubs such as Manchester United and Real Madrid, Beckham has also dabbled in other fields to various degrees of success.

He has been a model for some of the biggest brands in the world, eventually establishing his own fashion range, including fragrances and, in early 2018, he officially became the owner of Major League Soccer expansion team Inter Miami.

As well as his various business interests, Beckham is also a keen actor and has played a number of roles both on the big screen and television over the years.

What films has David Beckham been in?

Beckham became involved in the film industry during his playing career and the first real forays into the business came when he was at Real Madrid.

At the beginning, aside from appearing in advertisements for the likes of Adidas and PepsiCo, the midfielder tended to play himself in cameo roles – the Goal! series being an example of this – but since retiring he has taken on some more diverse roles.

He has worked with director Guy Ritchie on a number of occasions, appearing in the 2015 film The Man from U.N.C.L.E. as a projectionist and most recently he had a more prominent role in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017).

Beckham has also featured in a couple of short films, made as part of fashion campaigns, alongside the likes of Harvey Keitel, Katharine Waterston and Kevin Hart.