20+ years acting on stage, in film and on television has given Daniel a keen ear for all the wonderful details of storytelling and distinctive characterizations. With more than 100 narration credits, Daniel's natural energy and sense of humor make him particularly adept in portraying Adventurers of all sorts, whether in Fantasy (The Elidor Trilogy), Sci-Fi (The ongoing 19-part Foreigner series), Horror (The 4-part Alaskan Undead Apocalypse), Romance (Just One Year), or Non-Fiction Dramatizations (Hatching Twitter, Run!). A native of Atlanta, Daniel grew up in a home with Midwestern parents, while the day to day ... interactions of his youth presented the opportunity to absorb the wonderful hodge-podge of accents found in the American South. Always keen to re-enact his favorite books, movies and tv shows, it's no surprise that Daniel found the perfect vehicle for his expression in stage acting. When an observant friend suggested Daniel's gift for characterization would be perfectly suited to Narration, it opened the door to a new world in which to play, and seek to create experiences for listeners such as those that had so entertained him as a child (the wonderful scratchy library LP records of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Dr. Seuss' Sneetches and Pale Green Pant with Nobody Inside Them!, and The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy).