Born in the Bahamas, Danny discovered acting at a young age. When he moved to Florida, he continued to pursue the interest. He worked with several dance and on-camera studios where he began to accumulate awards. In high school, he studied theatre at Broward College, completing two semesters of collegiate acting courses.
After graduation, Danny took a brief hiatus from the theatre in order to participate in the Disney College Program.
While in Disney, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts accepted him to their conservatory training program. Danny moved to New York City in September of 2013. At the Academy, he had many opportunities to work and study with industry professionals, including Douglas Carter Beane (Cinderella book, Xanadu, Lysistrata Jones), Jonathan Bolt (Threads), Barbara Rubin, Jenn Smolos, Jody Wood and Jim Demonic to name only a few.
His favourite role at the Academy was Mark in Loyal Women, one of his final graduation shows. Directed by native Irishman Matt Torney, the show told the story of a family trying to keep the fighting and terrorism between Northern Ireland and Ireland alive.
Danny graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in April 2015. Soon after, he travelled to Portland, Maine to perform in the Portfringe festival in Life is Like.
Upon his return to New York, former teacher Jim Demonic approached Danny to play the lead in Horton Foot's The Old Beginning in a scholarship fundraiser being organised.
Throughout the autumn of 2015, Danny worked as an extra and in minor roles in several short films and webseries including "Phases" and Warner Bros. anti smoking campaign "Life".
Since, Danny has performed in several staged readings of new plays including "Reunion" and "Rational Creatures", both by Zoe Maltby.
Danny currently lives in New York City.