Daniel Bruce is an actor who has experience working in film (shot/feature), corporate (roleplay), adverts, stage, voice and modelling.
Multiple bases including Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, North Wales, Devon, Birmingham and London.
Trained for three years at Manchester School of Acting (2017-2019) under the tutelage of Mark Hudson, culminating in an Advanced Diploma in Acting. Additional stunt/combat training was undertaken at Airborn Academy (2019) with coaching being provided by two time Art of Motion Champion (2007, 2011) Ryan Doyle.
After starring in a variety of plays and short films, Daniel was cast as ‘The Overseer’ in Verbalise (2017) which was show at the MSA Film Festival in Home Cinema (2017). Daniel got his breakout role as ‘Ethan Bellénd’ in Going for Golden Eye (2017) which was nominated for Best Short Film at the Birmingham Film Festival (2018) and was reprised for Bringing Back Golden Eye (release 25/08/21). Daniel's most recent role is as ‘Prince Lewin Dauphin’ in the Shakespearean play King John (2019), which will be reprised at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (06/08/21).
With bases in Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, North Wales, Devon, Birmingham and London.
Abey Bradbury - Director King John:
I’ve worked with Dan on both stage and film projects, and each experience working with him has been an absolute treat - Dan’s commitment, professionalism and sheer love what he does makes him a great member of any cast!
Greg Westwood - Director Cool Pots Commercials:
Dan was a delight to work with, easy to direct following every direction perfectly whilst coming with great creative ideas and interpretations of his own which really brought some life the the scenes. Overall his performances were great and I was delighted to of worked with him on a selection of advertisements. I will definitely be reaching out to Dan as he’s very versatile in his talents, I would 100% recommend him to colleagues as well!