Daniel Harray is a professional actor living in New York City.
When Daniel was six years old, he stepped onstage for the first time in Moliere’s THE FORCED MARRIAGE, and discovered his ruling passion: Acting.
Since then, Daniel has appeared on many stages, including those at The Kennedy Center, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Portland Center Stage, Lookingglass Theatre, Court Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
In his Off-Broadway debut at Union Square Theatre, Daniel accomplished the virtuosic feat of understudying all three male roles in 39 STEPS (totaling over 100 characters) and successfully performing each one.
Increasingly, Daniel is also busy on film sets, and can be seen in ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK (Season 5) as well as the independent feature film, HOLD ME.
Daniel holds a BS in Speech from Northwestern University, and an MFA from The Shakespeare Theatre’s Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University.