Dan is a London based actor, comedian and director. In 2008 as one half of the duo Moonfish Rhumba, he was a Hackney Empire New Act and Amused Moose Laugh Off Finalist and they debuted their first full hour show at the Gilded Balloon in 2009.
Dan studied at Ecole Phillipe Gaulier in Paris. Dan has facilitated workshops for Finger in the Pie theatre company, The School of Laughter, the Museum of Comedy, Monobox and taught at Mountview and East 15 Drama Schools.
In 2014 he toured his one man show 'Brainchild' all over the world including Berlin, Prague, Adelaide, London & Edinburgh, directed by Complicite’s Mick Barnfather and it received the Judges’ Award for Theatre at the London Mimetic Festival in 2014. Between 2011-2014 Dan was the regular host of The Finger in the Pie cabaret at the renowned cabaret venue Madame Jojo's.
Dan performed in 'Dr Browns Devised Ensemble' at Soho Theatre in 2017 and featured in ‘Living With Monkey’ a pilot for TV by Nina Conti. In 2017 he co-devised and performed with award-winning theatre company Little Soldier in their production 'Derailed'
Dan directed 'Legs', winner of the Malcolm Hardy Award for Comic Originality 2019 and is currently working with Julia Masli and the Duncan Bros on the sequel 'Logs'. Dan also directed 'Anna Karenina Na Na' which will be at Assembly Festival in Edinburgh in 2020.
Dan regularly tours with Clowns Without Borders UK, a charity that aims to improve the quality of life for children and communities living in crisis all over the world, most recently performing and facilitating workshops for refugees in Northern Greece. Most recently he ran a workshop for a group of Syrian circus performers at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jorden.
Dan is also an accomplished musician and award-winning songwriter.