Daniel recently just graduated the Boston Conservatory with a BFA in Musical Theatre.
Before moving to Boston, Daniel grew up in snowy upstate New York, in the Rochester area. There, he started doing theatre at a very early age. At the age of 10, Daniel dove into taking singing lessons, acting classes, and dance training. He attended grade school in Brockport NY, where he studied both musical theatre voice as well as classical and vocal jazz. He was selected for numerous New York All-State vocal choirs including Classical Voice as well as two consecutive years as a chosen member of Conference All-State Vocal Jazz. As far as Musical Theatre is concerned, Daniel has performed in many high school productions. Some favorite roles include, Ren in Footloose, Harvey in Harvey, and Bob Wallace in Irving Berlin's White Christmas where he competed and won the title "Best Actor" in Rochester's Stars of Tomorrow Competition. From there, he moved on to compete in the 2011 National High School Musical Awards in New York City, amongst 50 students across the country.
Daniel then found himself as a student at the Boston Conservatory, studying for a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. He has had the opportunity to perform in many great productions. Some favorites include: Fabrizio in Light in the Piazza, Nick in Disney's On the Record, Jeff in the John Kuntz original play, The Museum of Useless Desire, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Merrily We Roll Along, and Jesus Christ Superstar.
Also, while at school, Daniel has had the opportunity of performing at top-notch regional theaters around the New England area. Regional Credits Include: Zaky Price/Mayor in Big Fish, George in Carrie: The Musical (SpeakEasy Stage Co.), Kiss Me, Kate led by Broadway veterans, Marc Kudisch and Kerry O'Malley (Commonwealth Shakespeare Co.), Otto in Spring Awakening (Gloucester Stage), and Jesse James in Outlaws, A Stage Reading (Goodspeed Opera House).
Daniel now lives in New York, New York and is pursuing a career in Acting and Musical Theatre!