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 Dan is a London based multi award-winning clown/comedian, actor and director. 

His performing credits include: 'Clown Jam' (2022, Soho Theatre), 'The Flop: A Band of Idiots' (Winner Malcolm Hardy Award for Comic Originality 2022), 'Nina Conti: The Dating Show' (2022, Soho Theatre, Arts Theatre), 'The Establishment: Le Bureau De Strange' (Winner Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award for Best Comedy 2019), 'Captain Cauliflower and Marvin the Mischievous Moose' (Winner Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award for Best Childrens Event 2019) 'The Establishment: Eton mess' (2017, Assembly Festival) 'Derailed' (2017, National Theatre, Oval Theatre) 'Dr Browns Devised Ensemble' (2017 Soho Theatre), 'Brainchild' (Winner Judges Award for Theatre Mimetic Festival 2014)

His directing credits include; 'Julia 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) Viggo Venn: Club Comedian (Edinburgh Fringe 2022)​

Dan studied at Ecole Phillipe Gaulier in Paris and Anna Schers in LondonHe has facilitated numerous workshops internationally 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.

 

Dan is a co-founder of the London Clown Festival.

 

In 2016 he was a guest on 'Saturday Live' on Radio 4. 

 

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