An accomplished actor and director, Daniel graduated from the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 1989. Since appearing in Spring Awakening, Daniel's performances have ranged from the works of Shakespeare to that of Beckett. He performed in an international production of Romeo and Juliet as Friar Laurence before his most recent role in The Merchant of Venice. In Moliere's The Imaginary Invalid Daniel and the cast again took the play to an international level with a national tour of America.
Daniel has worked extensively with award-winning director Alan Gilsenan appearing in The Green Fields of France and Trong. He also starred in the controversial film The Book That Wrote Itself, directed by Liam O Mochain. Most recently, he appeared in A Job To be Done working for director Martin Mahon. As a director, Daniel's credits include the television adaptation of Stella Tillyard's best-selling novel Aristocrats.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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