Known for his distinct and intense NYC style, Daniel is a veteran of stage and screen. Best known for his starring role in Harvey Weinstein's "Playing For Keeps", Daniel developed a smoldering urban and charismatic presence in such projects like his recent portrayal of Vincent Mangano in AMC's "Making of the Mob"
Daniel began his career in the underground "No-Wave" Film Movement with his role of Juani in Amos Poe's "Alphabet City". He then branched out to theater where he landed the National Tour of smash Broadway Play, "Torch Song Trilogy." He has collaborated with artists as diverse as theater luminary, Herbert Berghof, and Oscar winning screenwriter Bobby Moresco.
Daniel is also the founder of Veritas Arts International, a production company through which he wrote and produced his first feature film, "Frog Dreams". This critically acclaimed directorial debut, won the Spirit of Queens Award at the Queens World Film Festival. He has just completed writing and directing the comedy pilot "Brooklyn Vans"