Actor & Writer
24th - 30th July Kings Arms Theatre
26th - 27th August Museum of comedy
Come and see me in my new play this summer.
Strippers, gangsters, baby oil and the Greek gods, it’s a strange combination but it’s a true story. Roll the dice is an Autobiographical solo comedy show. The story follows a young man who has a great life and career but loses everything after an altercation with some local gangsters. Fearing for his life he flees the country and moves to Ireland and then to Australia. He soon becomes homeless but finds a job as a stripper to make cash. True story. (nudity is highly likely)
From Heaven to Hell
NORTH WEST END.
THE PLAYS THE THING.
NORTH WEST END.
Growing up in Manchester, Danny began his performance career at the age of 20.
In 2003, Danny competed and subsequently won the West Midland Body Building Championship and then went on to place as runner up in Mr Britain. During this period he served for three years as a Firefighter for the Greater Manchester Fire service.
In 2005 Danny embarked on a three year working visa in Australia, prior to this he had lived in Ireland for one year.
Danny returned to England and discovered his passion for acting. He trained at a various drama schools in Manchester including the Actors Lab for three years. He then continued his studies at RADA (Royal academy of dramatic Art) achieving the Shakespeare Bronze, Silver and Gold award, Stanislavski, Screen writing and RADA’s stage and screen combat course.
Notable appearances in this time include BBC comedy ‘The Other One’ ITV's 'Cold Feet,' 'Coronation Street' and 'Emmerdale.' More recently Danny has developed his love of writing and producing and has starred in his own self-written and produced piece, 'From Heaven to Hell,' which was nominated for Best Drama at GM Fringe 2017 and Best adaptation 2018 GM Fringe. He wrote and starred in his second play ‘Unbreakable’ which completely sold out and received a nomination for Best Ensemble at the 2019 GM Fringe awards.