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2-1381358037_DANIEL BROCKLEBANK-66 copy 2Daniel Brocklebank grew up in a small rural village near Stratford-On-Avon, Warwickshire, England. Being “Shakespeare’s County” it seemed inevitable that one of his first roles was to be with the Royal Shakespeare Company. His portrayal of Ralph in Lord Of The Flies gave his career an excellent start. He returned to the RSC in 2002 in productions of Titus Andronicus, As You Like It and The Tamer Tamed, ending with a run in London’s West End. His many other theatre credits include Cressida for the Almeida (West End), His Dark Materials for The Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Big Love for The Abbey Theatre, Dublin, The Importance Of Being Earnest for The Rose Theatre, Kingston and Rutherford And Son for The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester.

 

2-1381182910_DANIEL BROCKLEBANK-53 copy 2His film work has taken him all over the world on projects ranging from smaller  indie films like Release and Cal by Bonne Ideé Productions to movies like Age Of Heroes from Metrodome and The Hole from Pathé up to multi-million dollar Oscar Winners like Shakespeare In Love for Miramax and The Hours by Paramount, Miramax and Scott Rudin Productions. His many TV movie and mini series credits include Merlin for HallmarkOliver Twist for ITVThe Devil’s Arithmetic for Showtime and Sam’s Circus for Columbia Tristar. Daniel has also appeared in various TV series like Waterloo Road, Down To Earth, Casualty and Ed Stone Is Dead for the BBC and soaps like Emmerdale and Eastenders.

In 1999 Daniel was awarded a Screen Actors Guild Award for his role in Shakespeare In Love and in 2010 he won a Best Actor Award at LesGaiCineMad International Film Festival for his role in British indie film, Release.

As well as working visually he continually works on a large number of voiceover projects, voicing commercials and promos for radio and television, documentaries, radio plays and animations.

He lives in London, England.

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