Dan is an actor, comedian, writer and director. He has a Masters in French from Oxford University before he trained at drama school in London.
Dan has just completed filming on “Johnny English 3” with Rowan Atkinson - coming to cinemas in October 2018.
In November he recorded “Dr Who - The Lure of the Nomad” with the Sixth Doctor Colin Baker - due to be released Spring/Summer 2018.
HOT OFF THE PRESS:
It has just been confirmed that the comedy play “Instructions For American Servicemen” (which Dan co-wrote and stars in) will be opening Off-Broadway on 15th April 2019…so plenty of time to book tickets.
Other TV work includes: guest star roles in major award winning UK sitcoms including "Miranda" (BBC), the BAFTA winning "Spy" (SKY1), "The Royal Bodyguard" (BBC) & "Pramface" (BBC) as well as Sketch Comedy shows "Well Funny People" (BBC), "In Case You Missed It" (BBC) and "Fool Britannia" (ITV).
He has been a recurring guest star in "EastEnders" and guest starred in "Casualty", "Down To Earth" and "Doctors" - four of the longest running and most popular soap operas in the UK.
He also played Martin (Recurring Guest Star) in two series of the hugely popular and award-winning BBC TV show "So Awkward”.
Other film roles include Detective Inspector Evans - supporting lead - in "Candlestick" (Workbus Films) and Sonny's father in 'Molly Moon - The Incredible Hypnotist".
Dan has appeared in dozens of commercials - recently as a distracted lawyer for "McDonald's", a clumsy dad for "Direct Line Insurance" and a cheeky boss for "Weetabix".
Live performance: He has performed stand-up comedy in the UK and USA, ten years at the Edinburgh Fringe including two self-penned solo shows "My Myspace Baby" ( ‘brilliantly witty…hilarious caricatures’ Daily Telegraph; ‘a beguiling show, 4*’, Evening Standard) and "Goldrunner" (5* Myspace Comedy), three sketch shows and improv shows. Countless theatre shows including the award-nominated "Lovepuke" (Stage Best Ensemble Award) and the recent sell-out, critically acclaimed UK Tour and Off-West End run of "Instructions for American Servicemen" - which he co-wrote with his sketch group The Real MacGuffins (UK New Sketch Act of the Year Finalists).