Daniel Boys is a British musical theatre actor who shot to fame when he contested on the BBC talent series Any Dream Will Do in 2007. In late 2008, he performed the...Read More
Daniel Boys is a British musical theatre actor who shot to fame when he contested on the BBC talent series Any Dream Will Do in 2007. Invited to go on tour with John Barrowman, judge on Any Dream Will Do, he appeared as a special guest at the Hammersmith Apollo and in Brighton and Portsmouth in 2008.
Daniel Boys’ musical theatre career started when he won a Cameron Mackintosh scholarship to study at the Guildford School of Acting, which he graduated from in 2001. Straight away gaining a part in Jonathan Larson’s Rent, he was subsequently cast as the leading role of Mark and performed at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London’s West End. Daniel has also played a T-bird in the Grease production performing at the Victoria Palace, which subsequently toured to Japan, Scandinavia and Cyprus. He and the Grease company also performed at Party in the Park and made a guest appearance on Blue Peter and The Graham Norton Show. Daniel has also performed in renowned regional theatres such as Northampton Royal & Derngate and Bristol Old Vic, and has a whole host of London performances to his name. Fringe venues such as the Finborough and Landor Theatres come alongside West End performances in Trafalgar Studios, Gielgud and Noel Coward Theatres, and as Anthony in Sweeney Todd he played at the Royal Festival Hall. In late 2008, he performed the parts of Princeton and Rod in ‘Avenue Q’, for which he won the 2009 What’s On Stage Theatregoers Choice Award for Best Takeover in a Role. In 2011, Daniel also landed the title role in the brand new musical version of Peter Pan and the part of Judas in the 40th anniversary production of Godspell at the Palace Theatre, Manchester. Other notable appearances include the BBC’s Family Prom in the Park, Radio 2’s Friday Night is Music Night, in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 60th Birthday concert in Hyde Park, on the BBC programme Songs of Praise, and a performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
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