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Daniel Copeland

 

Daniel started his career in Patricia Loughrey’s The Inner Circle - an early piece on HIV/AIDS for Y-Touring, on tour, and at the National’s Cottesloe as a companion piece to Angels in America.

 

Straight theatre includes Ryan in Noughts and Crosses for Pilot Theatre, Alan in Torben Betts’ Invincible at the Orange Tree, Baloo in The Jungle Book for West Yorkshire Playhouse, Aston in The Caretaker for Nottingham Playhouse, and Bottom in A Midsummer Nights Dream for Northampton Theatre Royal.

 

More experimental theatre includes dance theatre for Wim Vanderkeybus in Ultima Vez’s Mockumentary of a Contemporary Saviour, performance piece Cooking Ghosts for Kristin Frederickson, immersive and site-specific projects for Secret Cinema and Historic Royal Palaces, and Ken Campbell's epic 24-hour play The Warp, performed in a club under London Bridge Station

 

Screen work include the film adaptation of Invincible, the series After Life, Worzel Gummidge, Casualty, Starstruck, King Gary, and the drama documentary The Day Britain Stopped.

 

He plays a little piano, some flute, a bit of harmonica and can get a note out of a didgeridoo.

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