Birthday: 10-10-1982
Age: 36
Star sign: Scorpio

Daniel Jonathan aka Dan Stevens is an English actor. He was born on 10th of October in the year 1982. His birthplace was Croydon in the United Kingdom. Dan was an adopted child of his parents and they were teachers. He lived in Wales and Southeast England. He had a younger adopted brother. He developed an interest in plays after he had auditioned for the lead role in the movie Macbeth along his novelist cum teacher, Jonathan Smith.

At the age of 15, he did training and performed several times at the National Youth Theatre during his summer holidays. Coming to his studies, he was an alumnus of Emmanuel College in Cambridge. In Kent, he achieved a scholarship in an independent school at the Tonbridge School. He has been a member of the Footlights with Tim Key, Stefan Golaszewski, and Mark Watson in Cambridge.

He had an active participation in the Marlowe Society. He was noticed by Peter Hall, a director on the sets of Macbeth going on at the Marlowe Society of Production. He had co-starred with Peter Hall’s daughter. Coming to his career, he started his career in acting. A director, Peter Hall featured him in As You Like It for the role of Orlando. The picture was a Shakespeare’s Production. It journeyed to the New York’s Brooklyn Academy of Music, Rose Theatre in Kingston, San Francisco’s Curran Theatre, and Los Angeles Ahmanson Theatre. He had received applause from the famous critics. He was forwarded by the critics to the Ian Charleson Awards.

He starred in Booker Prize as Nick Guest. It had adapted from the novel named The Line of Beauty. He worked with Judi Dench, and Peter Bowles in Hay Fever. He played the character of Simon Bliss. Noel Coward made it and produced at the Haymarket Theatre in London. Peter Hall directed it. He portrayed himself as Lord Holmwood in Dracula and as the Basil Brookes in Maxwell. Maxwell won several awards. He had been recognized as the 2006’s Stars of Tomorrow. He appeared in Sense & Sensibility.

He presented himself as Edward Ferrars. In 2009, he came with Marple. Agatha Christie directed it. In 2009, he returned to the West End. He acted as Septimus Hodge in Arcadia. Tom Stoppard made it. In 2010, he cast in the Downton Abbey as Matthew Crawley. Julian Fellowes wrote it. He had acted in the series of Have I Got News for You. In 2014, he had appeared in The Guest, and A Walk Among the Tombstones. In 2015, it came in the new that he would act in the Beast. He married to Susie Hariet. They had a daughter and a son.

Dan Chupong English Actor

Dan Chupong

Dan Chupong is an actor in the Thai film industry. He was born on 23 March 1981 as ChupongChangprung in a place called Kalasin Province situated in Thailand. He completed his graduation from the Srinakarinwirot Institute of Physical Education. He did the workout on a regular basis to prepare himself for his role in the movies. He did the exercise of running plus gymnastics. He also took training of acting to prepare himself for the film titled “Dynamite Warrior.” His career started by working in a film as a member of the stunt team of Panna Rittikrai who is a famous martial-arts director. His first film was “Ong-Bak: Muay Thai Warrior” in which he got a small role of a character called “Bodyguard 4.” After that, he did the lead role in many films. Some of them are Born to Fight of 2004, Dynamite Warrior of 2006, Somtum AKA Muay Thai Giant, Ong Bak 2, Queens of Langkasuka, Ong Bak 3, Vengeance of an Assassin, Khun Pun, and The Last Assignment. He was also seen in a television show named “The Reincarnation” of 2016. In the film titled “Born to Fight,” he worked with the director Panna Rittikrai and the producers PracharyaPinkaew and Sukanya Vongsthapat. He also worked with many other actors such as NapponGomarachun, SantisukPromsiri, PiyapongPiew-on, SomluckKamsing, and KessarinEktawatkul. He played the lead role of the character named “Deaw.” It released into the theatres on 5 August 2004 under the banner of the production company called “Baa-ram-ewe.” Then in “Dynamite Warrior,” he worked under the direction of Chalerm Wongpim and the production of PrachyaPinkaew. It was a martial-arts based film that released in the theatres on 21 December 2006. He played a character named “Siang” in it. Then again he bagged the lead role in “Vengeance of an Assassin,” which was his reunion with the director Panna Rittikrai. He also worked with the producers Somsak and Techaratanaprasert, and his co-stars Nantawooti and Boonrapsap. He played the role of a character named “Thee” while Nantawooti played the role of his brother named “Than.” It was also a martial-arts film that released into the Thai cinemas on 13 November 2014 under the banner of the production company named Sahamongkol Film International. In rest of the films, he played important roles, but not the lead roles. He has won the audience’s hearts with his acting talent and martial-arts skills.

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Daniel Wyllie

Daniel Wyllie was born in 1970. He is also known by the name Dan Wyllie. He is an actor by profession, who has worked on television serials, films, and stage plays. He is originally from Australia. He was born and brought up in North Shore, Sydney. He did his high school from North Sydney Boys High School. He did his further studies in arts from the University of South Wales. At 18, he met with a car accident. His front four teeth were broken. He was left with a scar on his mouth. To brush his acting skills, he participated in various productions of Australian Theater for Young People (ATYP). He still considers himself untrained. His acting career started in 1990. He is most active in theater. He is long associated with the production company of Sydney, Company B Belvoir. He has featured in the plays like The Pillowman (2003), The Lieutenant of Inishmore for the company. His most famous stage play was Cloudstreet. It was based on a novel of the same name by Tim Winton. The play was staged on both national and international platforms and was widely appreciated. In 1992, the actor made his first large screen debut in the crime drama flick by Mark Joffe. Daniel played the role of Frank Fletcher in the play. The movie grossed huge profits. In the same year, he featured in two other movies, Romper Stomper (as Cackles) and Drive (as Nick). In 1994, Daniel was part of the movie Muriel’s Wedding, which received many nominations, including an award for Best Actress in the Golden Globe Awards. The actor featured in The Thin Red Line (1998). The movie received many award nominations including a number of Academy nominations. Wyllie played the role of Alf Mason in the 2003 fantasy flick Peter Pan. In 2008, the actor featured in the director Michael James Rowland’s movie The Last Confessions of Alexander Pearce as Robert Greenhill. In 2011, he played the role of George in the 3D movie Sanctum. He has also featured in a children’s TV show, Bananas in Pyjamas. He played B2, the Banana, in the show. In the recent past, the actor was seen in the Australian TV drama series, The Beautiful Lie, in 2015. He played Nick Levin in the sitcom. Wyllie received the Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Award for the drama series Love My Way in 2004.

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