Often referred to as a bombastic, quirky, comedic character actor with the essence of a horrendous boss, mental patient, or thug, Daniel plays mafiosos, schlubs, and your friendly blue-collar neighbors, among others. With a deep radio voice, he’s often compared to John Belushi, Steve Zissis, and Jon Lovitz, while suited to play historical figures like Al Capone, Stephen A. Douglas, and Allan Sherman.
He’s booked work as James Coco in Feud for Hulu, Blake Lemoine in Changeling for the BBC, and the lead in the world premiere of Tennessee Williams’ Me, Vashya. He’s played in features like Broadcast with Eric Roberts, commercials for Converse and Roadway, and short films for several markets. Recently, he’s booked a podcast, music video, and television pilot while recurring in a web series.