Daniel Sharman is an English actor who is known for his performance in the American television series: Teen Wolf (2012–2014, The Originals (2014–2015), Fear the Walking Dead (2017), and British television series Medici: The Magnificent (2018).
Daniel Sharman was born as ‘Daniel Andrew Sharman’ on Friday, April 25, 1986 (age 34 years; as in 2020), in Hackney, London, England. His zodiac sign is Taurus. He did his schooling from Mill Hill School, London, and Arts Education School, London. He did his Bachelor of Art with a Major in Acting from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (2004-07).
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown
Family, Ethnicity & Relationships
He has a brother named Hugh Sharman and also has a younger sister.
He was in a relationship with actress Crystal Reed from 2011 to 2013.
As a Theater Artist
At the age of nine, he began acting in theatres after passing the audition at Royal Shakespeare Company, where he acted in the plays such as The Park (1995) and Macbeth (1996). During his school days, he acted in the play ‘Kvetch’ that was played at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He also acted in the touring play ‘The Winslow Boy’ in 2002. After his graduation, he performed in many theatre productions in Europe and London; The Backroom and Off the Main Road were two of them.
In Television & Films
He made his television debut with the series ‘Judge John Deed’ (2003) as ‘Andy Dobbs.’
He has acted in the television series- Inspector Lewis (2009), and Medici (2018-19). He was cast in the lead role of ‘Lorenzo de’ Medici’ in Medici (2018).
He made his American television debut in the role of ‘Zane’ with the series ‘The Nine Lives of Chloe King (2011).’
He acted in the American TV series- Teen Wolf (2012-14), When Calls the Heart (2013), and The Originals (2014-15), and Mercy Street (2017) in recurring roles, until he was cast as a series regular in the American series ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ (2018) as ‘Troy Otto.’
He then appeared in the 2020 Netflix series ‘Cursed’ as ‘The Weeping Monk.’ He made his film debut with the American short film ‘The Last Days of Edgar Harding’ (2010) as ‘Harry.’
In 2011, he made his British debut with the short film ‘The Sexy Dark Age’ as ‘Ulric.’
He made full-length film debut with ‘The Immortals’ (2011) as ‘Ares: God of War.’
He has acted in the American short and feature films- Drone (2015), The Juilliard of Broken Dreams (2015), Soon You Will Be Gone and Possibly Eaten (2016), Simularity (2017), and Good Morning It’s the Cops.
He has read the audio version of Cassandra Clare’s young adult novels ‘The Infernal Devices’ trilogy. He has worked as a producer for the short films- The Juilliard of Broken Dreams (2015), Soon You Will Be Gone and Possibly Eaten (2016), and Simularity (2017).
- TV Show(s): Preacher (2016), The Young Pope (2016), The Handmaid’s Tale (2017)
- Actor(s): Mark Rylance, Albert Finney, Omar Sharif
- Travel Destination(s): Sweden, Tasmania, Greece
- In his spare time, he likes traveling and going to art and sculpture exhibitions.
- During his college days, he also studied painting and sketching. He often shares his old sketches to his fans on his Instagram account.
- He is an active philanthropist and has shown his support for environmental issues and other social issues. He has also openly supported the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF). In 2015, he collaborated with an artist named Audrey to create and sell shirts with his liking on it. The funds from the collaboration went to CFF.
- In 2016, he was seen in the music video of “Where’s the Love?” by The Black Eyed Peas featuring The World.
- He is also an active political activist. Whenever required, he shares his political views and talks about government and its policies on public platforms. He supported Bernie Sanders in the 2016 US Presidential Elections, and Labour Party in the UK.
- He is also interested in football and supports Arsenal F.C. He also has a football club and participates in various competitions.