DANIEL BOYS

Daniel BoysDaniel Boys is musical theatre actor who was one of the finalists in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Any Dream Will Do BBC TV's search for a Joseph to wear the Technicolor Dreamcoat in 2007.

He won a Cameron Mackintosh scholarship to study at the Guildford School of Acting where he was released six months early to join the first UK national tour of the musical Rent when he played both the leading roles of Angel and Mark. He was the alternate Mark for two shows a week when Rent ran at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London in 2001/2.

Boys was one of the T-birds in Grease at the Victoria Palace for its twelve month run and subsequently toured with the production to Japan and played the role of Doody in Scandinavia and Cyprus. European tours have included playing Tony in West Side Story (2004) and the leading role of Mark in Rent (2006). Boys understudied all the male roles in the 2006 UK tour of Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds.

Daniel appeared in the musical Avenue Q playing the lead role of Princeton and Rod at the Noel Coward and Gielgud Theatres.

Most recently he joined Emma Rigby for the London premiere of the psycho-sexual musical thriller Wolfboy which ran at the Trafalgar Studios.

He has done a number of concerts: Disney's Enchanted Evening: The Best of The West End: Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd (which was one of the first shows to open at the newly restored Royal Festival Hall in July 2007), Friday Night is Music Night and Christmas in New York at the Prince of Wales Theatre.

He has toured with John Barrowman and he performed at Andrew Lloyd Webber's 60th Birthday concert in Hyde Park. In February 2010 Daniel performed with Jessie Buckley in two concerts in Manchester and Birmingham entitled "Valentines at the Musicals” and in April 2010 performed in his first solo show entitled "So Close Cabaret" at Pizza on the Park.  Daniel also performed his So Close Cabaret at Wilton's Music Hall on 17th June where his guest was Julie Atherton from Avenue Q.

Daniel has been appearing in Snow White at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage and starred alongside Julie Atherton in the musical Ordinary Days at the Traflagar Studios in London.

He appeared in a brand new musical version of Peter Pan which opened at the Grand Canal Theatre in Dublin appeared in a concert version of the musical Godspell at the Palace Theatre in Manchester playing the role of Judas.

Daniel has just finished a tour of High Society playing the Frank Sinatra role from the famous MGM film.