Daniel Crossley first came to fame playing the cockney Bert the chimney sweep in Mary Poppins in London's West End.
Other theatre credits include: Cats (New London Theatre), Fame (Cambridge Theatre), Boyband (Derby Playhouse and Gielgud Theatre), Chicago (Adelphi Theatre), Fosse (Prince of Wales Theatre), Anything Goes, Love’s Labour’s Lost (Royal National Theatre), As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, Oh, What a lovely War!, Desires of Frankenstein, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Where’s Charlie? (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), A Chorus Line (Sheffield Crucible), Twelfth Night (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Abigail’s Party (Northcott Theatre, Exeter), Song and Dance (European tour), Irek Mukhamedov and Co (Sadler’s Wells Theatre), Dorothy Fields Forever (Jermyn Street), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Ripley Castle), I Really Must Be Getting Off (White Bear Theatre), Modern Dance for Beginners (Etcetera Theatre) and Roast Chicken (Hens and Chickens).
Television: Doctors, The Last Enemy (BBC), Coronation Street, Heartbeat (ITV).
Daniel has been playing the part of Bill Snibson opposite Jemima Rooper as Sally in the Lambeth Walk musical Me And My Girl at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
He has just finished appearing in London's West End in Singin’ in the Rain with Scarlett Strallen and Adam Cooper at the Palace Theatre.