Daniel Llewelyn-Williams


Daniel is from Newport and trained at LAMDA. He won Best Actor in the English Language at the Wales Theatre Awards 2015 for playing Siegfried Sassoon in Not About Heroes at Theatr Clwyd.

Theatre credits includes: The 39 Steps (West End), Hamlet, Not About Heroes, Arms and the Man, The Winslow Boy, As You Like It, The Taming of the Shrew, Arden of Faversham, Suddenly Last Summer, An Inspector Calls, Troilus and Cressida, Brassed Off (Theatr Clwyd),  A Regular Little Houdini (National Tour), Robin Hood (Newport Riverfront), Macbeth (Pontardawe Arts/tour), The Comedy of Errors (Regents Park), Carrie’s War (Apollo Theatre, West End/tour), Tintin (Watford/tour), Romans in Britain (Sheffield Crucible), The Three Musketeers (Titchfield Abbey Festival), My Sainted Aunt (New End Theatre), Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Tour de Force), workshop of original Mother Clap’s Molly House for Mark Ravenhill.

Film credits include: The Machine (Red and Black Films),Vanity Fair (Focus Features), Charlotte Grey (Warner Bros), The Gigolos (Punk Productions), Down in the Tube Station at Midnight (Big Boy Productions).

Television credits include: Doctors (BBC), Midsomer Murders, Ultimate Force (Bentley), EastEnders, Torchwood (BBC), The Birthday Show (Helter Skelter), Caerdydd (Fiction Factory).

Daniel is also a Fight Director, credits include: Hamlet, As You Like It, Cariad and Two Princes (Theatr Clwyd), The Three Musketeers (Titchfield Abbey), Hamlet (Wild Thyme), The Things We Do For Love, Private Lives (Bill Kenwright), The Romans in Britain (Sheffield Crucible), Hergé’s Adventures of Tintin (National Tour).

Daniel is the director of Flying Bridge Theatre Company. They have several big projects this year including touring A Regular Little Houdini (a one-man show which he wrote and performs) in Britain and America this summer.