Curiosity and adventure have driven Daniel (he/him/his) his whole life. Growing up just above the Adirondack mountains in New York he spent his childhood exploring the woods around him and creating elaborate imaginary worlds in his backyard. In middle school he took an interest in beekeeping taking care of two hives and lugeing in the winter at the Lake Placid Olympic Center. Once he entered high school, however, his interest became focused on art and performance. This love led him to Mason Gross School of the Arts to complete his BFA training. Daniel is interested in the social and psychological impact of the digital age. He is an avid rock climber and reads widely in psychology and philosophy.
Rutgers Theater Company credits include: The Mastiff in The Moors, Sebastian/Viola in Twelfth Night, Montgomery/Etienne in Joan of Arc, Juror #2 in 12 Angry Jurors, Hestia in When Silence Falls, and Elder Benson in there we sat down.