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Daniel Copeland


Daniel trained at Drama Studio London and started his career in Patricia Loughrey’s The Inner Circle - about a groups of friends who lose one of their number to HIV/AIDS, for Y-Touring, on tour and for two performances at the National’s Cottesloe as a companion piece to Angels in America.

Straight theatre includes the role of Ryan in Pilot Theatre’s Noughts and Crosses, an eccentric Little John in Robin Hood for The Watermill Theatre, the hapless Alan in Torben Betts’ Invincible at The Orange Tree and St James Theatres, Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit in the West End, Aston in The Caretaker and Perks in The Railway Children - both at Nottingham Playhouse, and  Baloo in The Jungle Book at West Yorkshire Playhouse.

More unusual work includes dance theatre for Wim Vanderkeybus in Ultima Vez’s Mockumentary of a Contemporary Saviour,  immersive and site-specific projects for Secret Cinema and Historic Royal Palaces, and the epic 24-hour play The Warp, performed in a techno club under London Bridge Station

On television Daniel has appeared in Worzel GummidgeAfter Life, King Gary, Casualty, Six Experiments That Changed The World, The Day Britain Stopped and the one-off comedy drama Walter with Adrian Dunbar.

Daniel enjoys walking and cooking and is a Netflix fan. He has a first class honours degree in English Literature from the Open University and also studies at the City Lit.

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