Daniel Llewelyn-Williams


Dan was born and raised in Newport, South Wales and trained at LAMDA the end of the 90s. Since then, Dan has appeared in many TV shows including; ‘Midsummer Murders’, ‘EastEnders’, ‘The Bill’, and ‘Doctors’.

His film experience includes ‘Vanity Fair’ (Miramax), ‘Charlotte Grey’ (Warner Brothers), ‘The Machine’ (Red and Black films) – plus several shorts and low-budget features.

He has extensive experience in theatre, having served an 11 year apprenticeship with Terry Hands’ company at Theatre Clwyd, during which he performed in many Shakespeare plays and a dozen or so modern pieces. Dan has performed lead roles with ‘The Crucible’, Regents Park, Theatre Clwyd, numerous commercial tours, and West End shows. Dan has a natural talent for comedy (Richard Hannay in 39 steps, West End) and pathos.

Dan is a writer and experienced fight director.

His one-man show, a ‘A Regular Little Houdini’ in Edinburgh, has toured the world extensively, picking up multiple awards and is now being adapted into a feature film. His new radio Drama series, ‘The Astrid Chronicles’, was taken on by Radio Four. Most recently Dan has been producing and performing in Brian Parks’ new play ‘Shortlist’.

He is the founder of Flying Bridge Theatre which he runs with Tim Baker.

Represented by Debi Maclean and Ffion Evans