Nino (UK tour not including Liverpool)
Actor Danny Mac studied at Chichester College before gaining a BA (Hons) degree from The Arts Educational Schools in London. He recently starred as Bob Wallace in Leicester Curve’s highly acclaimed production of White Christmas, a role he is set to reprise later this year when the production transfers to the West End for a limited run at London’s Dominion Theatre. This Summer Danny will portray the lead male role of Nino Quincampoix in the UK tour of Amelie The Musical based on the much-loved five-time Oscar nominated film.
Theatre includes: Joe Gillis in the multi award-winning UK & Ireland touring production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard, directed by Nikolai Foster, for which Danny was awarded the Manchester Theatre Award for 'Best Actor in a visiting production’ and a ‘Best Actor’ nomination at the 2018 WhatsOnStage Awards; Gabey in the Olivier Award nominated production of On the Town at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, directed and choreographed by Drew McOnie, 'Captain Crewe in the UK Premiere of A Little Princess at London’s Royal Festival Hall, directed by Arlene Phillips and with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by the composer, Andrew Lippa. In addition, Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London, Warner in the Leicester Curve production of Legally Blonde and Les Misérables at the Palace Theatre, London.
Television includes: Craig in Sky One’s hit comedy series Trollied; ITV’s Midsomer Murders and Channel 4’s long-running series Hollyoaks as Mark Savage. Danny’s television work has clocked him up an impressive number of awards and nominations including Best Newcomer at the highly regarded National Television Awards, which is voted for by the British public.
In 2016, Danny was a finalist in BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, thanks to a record breaking partnership with professional dancer Oti Mabuse. He and Oti also took part in the Strictly Come Dancing The Live Tour, performing to sold out arena audiences across the UK and were crowned tour winners.