Dan is a London based actor, comedian and director.
Dan studied at Ecole Phillipe Gaulier in Paris. 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 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' which was performed at the Riverside stage at the National Theatre London.
In 2019 he toured The Establishment: Le Bureau De Strange, a show produced by the theatre company Mad Etiquette which he co-founded with Neil Frost. At Adelaide fringe the show won a weekly award for Best Comedy in 2019, the same year they also won a Best Childrens Event award for their silent family show 'Captain Cauliflower'.
In 2022 he won the Malcolm Hardy Award for Comic Originality for The Flop: A band of Idiots. A show combining clowning and music with Tom Penn and Cammy Sinclair.
Dans directing credits include; Jula Masli and the Duncan Bros: 'Legs' (2019, Soho Theatre, Malcolm Hardy Award for Comic Originality), 'Logs' (2021, Soho Theatre), 'We Must Live' (2019, Offie Award Nominated, Voila Festival), Zuma Puma: 'Don't it, Don't it, Do it!' (2019, The Space UK), Christian Blighty: 'Play Boy' (2021, The Warren, Vault Festival) Nathan Lang: 'The Stuntman' (2018, Just The Tonic), Jeremy Segway: A Life Out of Balance (2022 Soho Theatre)
He has facilitated workshops for numerous theatre companies and theatres and has taught at the National Centre for Circus Arts and London Studio Centre, Mountview and East 15 Drama Schools.
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.