Daniel Hart graduated from 'Drama Centre London' winning a BBC Radio 4 Carleton Hobbs Award, which led to his drama and poetry work for BBC Radio 3 & 4.
His professional debut came at the National Theatre with Sir Ian McKellan in Peter Pan, where he has worked many times since, both onstage and in development readings of new works at the National Theatre Studio.
As Taplow, in The Browning Version, The Daily Telegraph described his performance as '... Astonishingly convincing...' and for his portrayal of Mozart in Amadeus at Theatre Royal York, The Guardian wrote '...Hart's Mozart adds a charismatic presence...'
Screen work includes period dramas Cambridge Spies, Vanity Fair and Fooling Hitler, feature films The Man Who Cried and Beginners Luck and BBC sitcom Love Soup, for which he wrote the music for his guitar wielding performance as Bob Dylan.
In 2006 he was invited to write and direct a Shakespearian workshop to tour schools across Russia. This was the beginning of a journey in to inspirational workshops for children across the world, focusing on storytelling, Shakespearian performance, Public Speaking for Confidence Building and most recently the creation of The KRiB, an online children's entertainment platform and performance school, created to get more kids reading and ultimately raise literacy levels across the UK. For more info or to get your own kids involved, please go to www.thekrib.tv