ACTOR - SINGER - DANCER
AUSTRALIAN ARTS REVIEW
Daniel (he/him) is a New York City based actor. Originally from Sydney, Australia, he has recently moved to the United States after appearing in the original Australian company of Hamilton as 'Samuel Seabury'. Prior to this, he performed the role of 'Tony' to rave reviews across Australia, New Zealand and Germany in the Opera Australia/GWB production of West Side Story. Daniel's other Australian theatre credits include; 'Al Deluca' in A Chorus Line; ‘Elder Young’ in the original Australian company of The Book of Mormon; ‘The Rum Tum Tugger’ in the Australian/New Zealand tour of CATS; the 10th Anniversary Australasian tour of Wicked; ‘The Ziegfeld Tenor’ in Funny Girl; ‘Luke’ in the world premiere of The Gathering; Follies in Concert; and Curtains.
Daniel is a proud recipient of the prestigious Rob Guest Endowment Award in Australia, which led to opportunities to perform internationally. He has also appeared on televised performances for ABC News Breakfast, NYE: The Early Night Show. Carols in The Domain, Carols By Candlelight, The ARIA Awards and Twisted Broadway concerts.
Over the last couple of years, Daniel produced, co-wrote, and performed alongside his sister, Chiara, in Siblingship which was awarded the winner of 'Best Cabaret' in BroadwayWorld Australia Awards 2020. Siblingship played to sold-out audiences across major Australian cities. He also premiered his solo cabaret, Songs Unsung, which he performed across Sydney, in Sole Sessions, at Claire's Kitchen and the Darlinghurst Theatre Company's Red Carpet Cabaret.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
Daniel will be starring as Nick Cheyney in the NYC premiere of 'Maddie - a new musical' with a developmental staged reading & concert at Feinsteins 54 Below on March 15th 2023.
Daniel most recently appeared in the original Australian company of HAMILTON, as Samuel Seabury at Her Majesty's Theatre & the Sydney Lyric Theate.
Daniel produced, co-wrote and performed alongside his sister, Chiara, in Siblingship, which played to sold-out audiences across Australia and won 'Best Cabaret' in the BroadwayWorld Awards.