Daniel Percival is an English television, theatre and film actor born in 1980 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He has brown eyes and black hair, is 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) tall, and is not to be confused with Daniel Percival, the British writer and director.
Percival has had regular roles in two British television dramas; ITV1's medical drama, Vital Signs, and the BBC's Sinchronicity and had a major role in Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj' and the historically based drama Exodus'. He will be seen as Dylan in the forthcoming vampire themed action movie Against the Dark starring Steven Seagal, Linden Ashby and Tanoai Reed.
He attended Leeds University, before moving to study at RADA from 2002 to 2005, where he graduated in the acting course in 1 July 2005 and obtained an Acting RADA diploma and a BASSC Certificate in stage combat (RADA Best Armed Fight). He can speak Spanish, and has a tenor singing voice. His interests include politics, particularly that of the Middle East, English literature, playing the piano, music, sport (including rugby, fencing, karate and Capoeira).
He played the boyfriend of Amanda Price in Lost in Austen the Fantasy version of Pride and Prejudice and attempts to fight Mr. Darcy for her. Lost in Austen was filmed in his hometown of Leeds.
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