Daniel Hurst

Actor, Model, Dancer, Other Musician, Film producer / Manager,… more

Victoria, Australia
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Physical Attributes

167 cm / 5ft 6in
56 kg / 123 lbs
White / Caucasian
84 cm / 33 in
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75 cm / 30 in
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Credits & experience

  • [Theatre] Marooned (Dir. Michael Gray Griffith) : Actor (134)
  • [Theatre] Kevin Peterson's Stand-Up Show! (Dir. Max Paton) : Actor (Ben Shapiro, Sam)
  • [Dance] Hype Night (Mad Dance House) : Dancer (Tap, Popping & Locking)
  • [Theatre] Carbon and Diamond : Director
  • [Theatre] Nineteen (Dir. Shane Pike) : Actor (Adam)
  • [Theatre] White Room (Dir. Serena Tas, Daniel Hurst) : Actor (Karl), Direction, Producer
  • [Event] Who Are These Robots, at Robotronica (Dir. Sheru Bharadwaja) : Performer (Isaac the Assistant)
  • [Theatre] Chocolate Milk (Dir. Nevin Howell) : Assistant Director
  • [Theatre] Harold (Dir. Jamie Zin) : Actor (Harold)
  • [Theatre] Chicken Curry (Dir. Nevin Howell) : Actor (Blake)
  • [Theatre] This Is How I Met You (Dir. Madeleine McMahon, James Schofield) : Performer
  • [Theatre] Stick It To The Man (Dir. Paige Garton) : Performer
  • [Theatre] Slammed (Dir. John Peek) : Actor (David)
  • [Theatre] White Room (Collaboration) : Actor (Karl), Collaborator
  • [Theatre] A Writer's Block (Dir. Duncan Moir) : Actor (Aaron)
  • [Theatre] I Like Chicken (Dir. Amy Clarke) : Actor (Various)
  • [Theatre] Hair (Dir. Lynne Bradley) : Actor (Alistair/Ali), Collaborator
  • [Theatre] You're Driving Me Crazy (Dir. Amy Clarke) : Actor (Tony)
  • [Theatre] Money in the Bank (Dir. Robbie Maher) : Actor (Drew)
  • [Theatre] Lovepuke (Dir. Shane Pike) : Actor (Various)
  • [Theatre] Robin in the Hood (Dir. Stefanie Brooke Harper) : Actor (Announcer)
  • [Theatre] Without a Clue (Dir. Stefanie Brooke Harper) : Actor (Wadsworth)


Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles

Acting agent

Action Acting Agency

  • English

  • Australian
  • Irish
  • South African
  • UK Cockney
  • UK English
  • UK Posh
  • UK Scottish
  • USA Boston
  • USA California
  • USA New York
  • USA Southern
  • American Indian
  • German
  • Mexican
  • Russian

As an actor, Daniel’s aim is to be versatile in his portrayal of characters, and is attracted to characters quite different to himself. He enjoys immersing himself entirely, and fully embodying his character by adapting his physicality, voice, appearance, and energy. This process has most notably seen him bring to life characters such as self-torturer Adam, in Shane Pike’s ‘Nineteen’, world-conscious David in Stefanie Brooke Harper’s ‘Slammed’, and enigmatic anarchist Karl in Serena Tas’ ‘White Room’.

Daniel began his career as a theatre actor, which he continues to do, and in recent years has begun performing as a film actor. He has also performed in community theatre and at events where he has interacted directly with audiences, such as in ‘Who Are These Robots?’ at Robotronica, where he was roving and speaking with passers-by whilst in character. Other mediums of acting include music videos, where he was filmed lip-syncing the backing rap tracks, and theatre festivals, which include live performances not in traditional theatre settings.

As well as traditional actor training, Daniel completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama) at the Queensland University of Technology in 2015. He has also furthered his craft by taking various acting classes, improvisation classes, and clowning classes.

Moving forward, Daniel wishes to hone his skillset by discovering and learning new and interesting methods of performance. He aims to continue to perform in the theatre professionally, and expand his portfolio of film projects, whilst improving his versatility of portraying a wide variety of characters.


Modeling experience

Beginner, starting out

Daniel has a keen interest in modelling, as he enjoys the idea of capturing an emotion or attitude within the frame in a still image. As an actor, he has modelled for a variety of productions in which he has been involved, expressing a variety of attitudes that evoke different responses. He is looking to further his skillset outside of the production context.


Daniel’s training in dance has allowed him to develop an understanding of music, and also enjoys beatboxing.


Dancing ability


Dance styles
  • Tap
  • Hip Hop

Daniel began dancing in 2015 upon taking tap classes. Since then he has expanded his skillset by taking classes in popping, locking, hip hop, krump, break, and house. In 2018, the culmination of his training brought him to Mad Dance House’s showcase, ‘Hype Night’, where he danced in the styles of tap, popping, and locking. Daniel is currently continuing his training as a tap dancer in Melbourne, and is interested in animation styles of dance such as waving and robot. A future ambition of his is to pursue dancing professionally.

Film & Stage Crew

Directing & Writing ability


Production & Management ability


Runner or Assistant ability


Daniel’s work in the theatre has encouraged him to pursue directing, producing, and writing. In 2017, he worked alongside Serena Tas to produce and direct their independent theatre production of ‘White Room’. He made his solo directing debut with theatre company School2Stage on the devised production ‘Carbon and Diamond’, in which he directed a cast of high school students, and lead the process of devising and writing the show. Daniel also enjoys writing, and has written a number of monologues and scenes used by actors for training and show reel purposes, as well as a short film he aims to produce.

Moving forward, Daniel wishes to continue working as a producer, director, and writer of both theatre and film.

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