Daniel Boys is an award winning performer whose career encompasses TV, West End musicals, national tours, as well as numerous concerts and recordings. His appearance on the hugely successful BBC TV talent show Any Dream Will Do in 2007 firmly established him as one of the UK's brightest emerging musical talents.
Daniel trained at the Guildford School of Acting. West End and London credits include: Jacques Brel is alive and well and living in Paris (Charing Cross Theatre); Sir Lancelot in Spamalot (Playhouse); Captain Walker in Tommy (Prince Edward); Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q (Gielgud/Noel Coward – Winner of 2009 Theatregoers Choice Award for Best Takeover in a Role); Roger in Grease (Victoria Palace & Japanese Tour); Mark (Alternate) in Rent (Prince of Wales and National Tour), Anthony in Sweeney Todd (Royal Festival Hall); Jason in Ordinary Days (Trafalgar Studios), Christian in Wolfboy (Trafalgar Studios) and most recently Miss Atomic Bomb (St James Theatre).
Other credits include: Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors (Theatr Clwyd); Colin in The Opinion Makers (Mercury Colchester and Derby Playhouse); Mike Connor in High Society (National Tour); Algernon in a new musical version of The Importance of Being Earnest (Theatre Royal, Windsor); the title role in Peter Pan - The Musical (Mayflower Theatre, Southampton and Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin); Judas in the 40th Anniversary concert of Godspell (Palace Theatre, Manchester); Mark in Rent (European Tour); Morino in Sunset Boulevard (National Tour); Tony in West Side Story (European Tour) and Parson Nathanial (understudy) in The War of the Worlds (National Tour).
Other credits include: Hayley Westenra's special guest (King's Lynn Festival); guest star on John Barrowman’s tour Music, Music, Music (which culminated in a performance at the world famous Royal Albert Hall and was subsequently released on DVD); The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber (UK Tour) and hosting West End Live 2010 & 2012 from Leicester Square and Trafalgar Square and the Get Into London Theatre launch 2011 from the Royal Festival Hall.
Television and film include: Holby City (BBC1); Fall Out (Crowded Pictures); Little Man (Peccadillo Pictures) and West End Story, Songs of Praise and When Joseph met Maria (all for the BBC).
Concerts include: Broadway in Concert (Bangkok, Thailand); Momentous Musicals (New Wimbledon Theatre); The Night of 1000 Voices (Royal Albert Hall); No Space For Air (Apollo); Valentine’s Day at the Musicals (Birmingham Symphony Hall & Bridgewater Hall Manchester); Christmas in New York (Prince of Wales & Apollo); An Evening with John Barrowman (Arundel Castle); Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 60th Birthday Celebration (Hyde Park); A Spoonful of Stiles & Drewe (Her Majesty’s); Disney’s Enchanted Evening (Hyde Park) and Party in the Park (Hyde Park). Daniel is also a regular soloist on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night is Music Night. Further concert work has taken him to Chicago, Al Ain, Xiamen and Ljubljana performing with some of the world’s greatest orchestras and conductors.
2009 saw the release of Daniel’s much anticipated debut solo album So Close which has proved popular worldwide and is still a best seller at London's Dress Circle. To coincide with the release, Daniel embarked on a series of solo concerts performing at venues such as Leicester Square Theatre, the Delfont Room at the Prince Of Wales Theatre, Greenwich Theatre and three sold out performances at the renowned Pizza On The Park, London.
He made his American debut with the show when he performed in Los Angeles, supported by Broadway actress and star of 'SMASH' Megan Hilty. He also played both Sydney and the world famous Adelaide Cabaret Festival alongside acts such as Olivia Newton John and Chita Rivera. Daniel recorded an exclusive track for Disney called 'The World is Something You Imagine' which can be heard in all their stores worldwide. It was also released as a charity single with proceeds going to the Disney Appeal at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Daniel can also be heard on numerous recordings including the cast recording of Wolfboy, More With Every Line - the Songs of Tim Prottey-Jones, Only You Can Save Mankind, Christmas in New York, Act One and John Barrowman's hit album Music, Music, Music where he can be heard duetting with John on 'I Know Him So Well'. 2011 saw him contributing to Helena Blackman's, Shona White's, Michael Bruce's and Dougal Irvine's debut albums.
In 2013 Daniel became the voice of the iconic theme tune for the Australian soap Neighbours (Channel 5 / Network 10).