Daniel grew up in West Sussex, England and studied Hurstpierpoint College where he was awarded a Drama scholarship along with an array of opportunities to perform in theatre productions that fuelled his passion such as Shakespeare, musicals and everything in between. It was here where he pursued projects in short films before travelling throughout Asian and returning home to land his role as Will in PREMature. It has been a big step to work in the city especially when back home, Daniel is minding farm animals and riding horses.
Will has never had it easy, nothing was given to him in life and a lot has been taken away. I have had a lot to learn about Will and I have learnt a lot from him about the character and about myself. This whole project has been more than just an acting job, it has been a literal life changing experience and an opportunity to immerse myself into the lives of some incredible people. Myself and Will come from very different backgrounds but a lot of what we know and feel, have crossed paths on this journey. Will is larger than life and is now an entity I have immense respect for. PREMature brings to screen more than just characters, these are real people and real lives. I really believe there is someone somewhere who lives the life I play as Will and I could never have more respect for someone than this person and what they go through every day with inner strength to keep moving forward.