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- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Age Range: 25 - 40
- Eyes: Blue
- Hair: Bald
- Height: 6' 1"
Up Next14/48: All Virgins Weekend
Erickson Theater Off Broadway
June 28 - 29
King Lear (Edgar) by William Shakespeare
Directed by Erin Day
July 12 - August 17
The 39 Steps (Richard Hannay) by Patrick Barlow
Directed by Alan Bryce
Sept. 27 - Oct. 20
The Temperamentals with Arouet
"[Director Roy Arauz] has a brilliant cast. Daniel Wood as Harry Hay plays loud, brash, obnoxious, divisive–and simultaneously tender, romantic, thoughtful. His portrayal absorbs all the contradictions of his character and gives each equal weight. Such a feat is commendable, and shockingly rare."
Superior Donuts with Seattle Public Theater
"Daniel Wood as the hired muscle, Kiril... manages to take his character into a place of sweet honesty. And he even managed to give me a lump in my throat...."
Cabaret with the Schoolyard
"Daniel Wood skulks around nicely as the Nazi spy Ernst and deftly shows his hand only when needed."
Pinocchio (an English Panto) with Centerstage
"There are some standout performances in the group... Daniel Wood plays Stromboli as a cartoonish villain, walking a delicious line between evil and humor and generating willing boos and hisses from the audience."
-The News Tribune
The Tempest with GreenStage
"... Daniel Wood, sharp as a tack as the drunken butler Stephano, sat with some picnicking observers and ate their food. In his comically impulsive and self-deprecating turn, Wood's ironic breach of the fourth wall became a special moment."
The Woman in Black with Centerstage
"... an old-fashioned ghost story with exceptional acting from the two person cast... Wood, as the actor, is comically over dramatic and as Kipps his intensity is nerve-wracking."
-The News Tribune
Adventures in Mating with Theater Schmeater
"Theater Schmeater's aptly cast players serve up Scrimshaw's slick brand of humor without drowning the spontaneity of the dialogue in cheap red wine; Wood's carpet-piddling puppy persona never fails to draw laughs...."
The American Pilot with Theater Schmeater
"The characters are each marvelously drawn... Wood could scarcely be better as The Pilot."
Love's Tangled Web with Annex Theatre
"I had just witnessed the unsettling unveiling of [Wood's] particularly pale and flabby ass...."
Professions/skills: Voice Talent;Director;Administrator;Actor