Theatre credits include :Sweeny Todd (Chichester Festival Theatre and Adelphi Theatre, Oliver award – Best Musical Review), Peter Pan (Sherman Cymur), My People (Workshop –National Theatre Wales)
Short film: The Cursed Mirror (Redwire FX).
Daniel recently returned from a four month Arena tour of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia, singing with vocal group ‘Gregorian’. This is Daniels first production of Clwyd Theatr Cymru.
Theatre credits include: Rape of the Fair Country (Clwyd Theatre Cymru) , Dick Whittington (Torch Theatre), Sherman Swingers (Sherman Theatre Cymru), The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning (National Theatre Wales), Much Ado About Nothing (Mappa Mundi).
Theatre credits whilst in training: King Lear and In The Blood (RWCMD), The Magical Myths of Mabinogi and Cafe Cariad (National Youth Theatre of Wales), The Merchant of Venice (National Youth Theatre of Great Britain).
Television credits include:Indian Doctor (Rondo for BBC Wales), Teulu (Apollo for S4C), Uned 5 (Atena for S4C)
Voice over work: Hobsons Prize winner (2011). Tree Fu Tom (BBC Wales Interactive), commercials for Cardiff Council, Nickelodeon and MTV’s The Valleys. Radio: Carleton Hobbs team 2011 (Winner for best dialouge), The Tempest (The Verd, BBC Radio 3).
Theatre credits whilst training include: Katya in A Month in the Country, Beauty in Beasts and Beauties, Polonius in Hamlet (all female), Shankia in Incomplete and Random Acts of Kindness.
Television credits include:Telling Tales (BBC Wales It’s My Shout) Best actress Prize Winner.
Radio credits include: The Big Dig, Bernice Summerfeild (Big Finish productions Ltd), Cigarettes and Chocolate (RWCMD) Carlton Hobbs team 2013.
Berwyn is originally from Pontypridd and after receiving his U21 cap, he trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.
Theatre credits include: The Wanamaker Festival (The Globe), Keeping The Faith (CSSD), Deffro’r Gwanwyn (Theatr Genedlathol), Little Dogs (Frantic Assembly/NTW) The Real Valleys (Dirty Protest).
Berwyn also guests as Liam on S4C’s Pobol y Cwm.