Originally from Fonthill, Ontario, Daniel made his mark on the comedic scene by tackling many mediums. He has done stand-up comedy around Toronto and Los Angeles, theatre, and sketch, with writing as his focus.
While experiencing success in these varied fields (his play “Misfortune Cookie” went on to win Best Canadian Play at the Sears Drama Festival, as well as being described as “The Marx Brothers meets Quentin Tarantino”), Daniel learned that his preferred field was sketch comedy, and focused on that. Daniel stood out with sketches that use intellectual humor mingling with ridiculous premises and characters, injecting absurdity into actual history, and sketches that play with language and word choice, showing the elasticity of what a sketch is.
Daniel’s interests include: white grape juice, bichon frises, and monogamy.
Daniel does not know how to ride a bike.