Daniel performed some 390 shows from late 2013 through 2014 touring the six Georgspalast (GOP) Varieté theaters in Germany. He stood in for Breckin Meyer and Michael Douglas for the film Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and was spotted eating popcorn in Ricky Gervais’ The Invention of Lying. Recently he played Ellard on stage with Stratton Players' The Foreigner.
He appears globally in theatre, cabaret, club, and outdoor venues, performing in the universal style of the great clowns with contemporary comic and dramatic influences, visually or verbally. His visceral connection has young audiences laughing at intellectual humor. His leisure in responding to the moment has an audience guessing what’s real. His passion for growth and keen artistic vision keep his show fresh and contemporary.
He drew particular attention as the silent Goon in Stratton Player's It's A Wonderful Life. He wrote and performed his senior seriocomic monologue In Stitches that brought return audiences and won him a grant. He regularly does background and feature roles for film productions around Boston, MA, and played the title role in the short film Eugene that won Best Student Film at the Rhode Island International Film Festival.