In 2010, Walliams appeared with Paul Rudd and Steve Carell in the comedy Dinner for Schmucks.
In April 2012 Walliams appeared in an episode of ITV's Perspectives programme entitled "David Walliams: The Genius of Dahl". In March 2014 Walliams narrated a short video for the charity, Electrical Safety First, featuring the character Charley from the Charley Says educational films of the 1970s.
In 2007 he returned to non-comedy television, garnering excellent reviews for his portrayal of a suave and dangerous manipulator in Stephen Poliakoff's Capturing Mary.
Walliams portrayed comedian Frankie Howerd in the BBC Four television film Rather You Than Me.
In 2005 Walliams, Simon Pegg, Lucy Davis and Lauren Laverne starred in the video for Charlotte Hatherley's single Bastardo.
Later in the year, Walliams presented a documentary on James Bond, entitled David Walliams: My Life with James Bond.
If I ever see him naked I will immediately tattoo a p**** on my face for clarity."Kate didn't actually write the word 'penis' but instead used the aubergine emoji, which is known for being used to refer to men's private parts.