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Daniel Sharman:

Daniel Sharman:

Daniel Sharma

(born 25 April 1986) is an English actor. He is known for his roles as Isaac Lahey on the television series Teen Wolf (2012–2014), Kaleb Westphall / Kol Mikaelson on The Originals (2014–2015), Troy Otto on Fear the Walking Dead (2017), Lorenzo de' Medici in Medici: The Magnificent (2018), and the Weeping Monk in Cursed (2020). He also starred in the film Immortals (2011). (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

superstarsbio.com)Daniel Sharman - Biography, Known For His roles as Isaac Lahey on the television series Teen Wolf, Kaleb Westphall / Kol Mikaelson on The Originals, Troy Otto on Fear the Walking Dead, and Lorenzo de' Medici in Medici: The Magnificent. He also starred in the film Immortals (Source:Height & Life Story

List of 9 Daniel Sharman Movies, Ranked Best to Worst

Daniel Sharman is an English actor who began his career on stage as a child artist. He appeared on many television shows like 'Judge John Deed' (2003), 'Inspector Lewis' (2009) and 'The Nine Lives of Chloe King' (2011), and acted in the television film 'Starting Over' (2007). He made his feature film debut with the 2010 independent film 'The Last Days of Edgar Harding'. He gained recognition on television for his recurring role as Isaac Lahey on MTV's supernatural drama series 'Teen Wolf' (2012-14), which was loosely based on the 1985 film of the same name. (Source: www.throughtheclutter.com)

Rotten Tomatoes: Movies

www.rottentomatoes.comAs a pre-teen, Daniel Sharman was like many other youths his age and didn't want to attend school any longer. But unlike the majority of wannabe-truants, Sharman was also a budding actor and got himself accepted into the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company to get out of going to classes. He honed his craft on stage, but eventually tried to make the transition to television and feature films. The only problem, though, was that the actor was finding it difficult to change his acting style to come across naturally in front of the camera. Despite his problems making the change, he started landing roles on shows like the legal mystery "Judge John Deed," on the crime show "Inspector Lewis," and on "The Nine Lives of Chole King." He also appeared in the television movie "Starting Over" and in the indie thriller "The Last Days of Edgar Harding." His big feature film break came in 2011, when he played the mythical God of War Ares in Tarsem Singh's hyper-stylized neo-sword and sandal epic "Immortals." Sharman almost didn't get the role; when he auditioned for the part in Hollywood he had just finished playing a heroin addict in a London stage production and had lost a lot of weight, hardly the body type for a legendary god. But the actor's commitment in bulking up secured his participation in the movie. (Source:)Rotten Tomatoes: Movies

 

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