Actor Daniel Betts has a long and accomplished list of stage and television credits. Starting off with a couple of stage-career gems, in 1994 he worked with the Royal...Read More
Actor Daniel Betts has a long and accomplished list of stage and television credits. Starting off with a couple of stage-career gems, in 1994 he worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company and followed this up the year after with the part of Edward in the Royal National Theatre’s production of Skylight. In 1996 he worked under the direction of the talented Peter Hall in a Bill Kenwright production, following this with the part of Barty in the famous film Tom’s Midnight Garden in 1997. In 1999 he made his debut at Chichester Festival Theatre, one of the UK’s leading regional theatres. After a leading part as one of the major twins in the Bristol Old Vic Theatre’s Comedy of Errors in 2003, he followed this with his West End debut at the Duchess Theatre. Repeat London performances at the well-renowned Tricycle and Rose Theatres followed, and in 2010 after a performance in the Duke of York’s Theatre, he returned to his stage roots to be directed by Peter Hall in another Kenwright production. He is currently performing the part of King Edward VIII in The King’s Speech at Wyndham’s Theatre.
In television, Betts first appeared in the BBC’s 1997 Prince of Hearts under Simon Curtis, and has followed that up with various other roles. Most recently, he worked with ITV in Time of Your Life (2006) and with the BBC for Silent Witness (2006) and The Bill (2008) among others. Following this theme of crime drama, he took the part of Steve Sandbrook in 2008 for Law and Order, and the role of Prison Governer for Criminal Justice in 2009.
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