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Daniel Assetta

Daniel Assetta

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Daniel is one of Australia’s most exciting up-and-coming performers, who developed a passion for singing, dancing and acting at a very early age. After being recognised last year at the Rob Guest Endowment with the ‘Playbill Future Prospect Award’ Daniel was one of the Top 6 finalists for 2015 and took out the winning prize and title of recipient of the ‘ROB GUEST ENDOWMENT AWARD’.

Daniel has carved a very diverse and successful career from a very young age. He made his Musical Theatre debut in 2013 with WICKED (GFO), touring throughout Australia, Manila and Auckland for two years.

He is now currently playing ‘Rum Tum Tugger’ in the Australian and New Zealand Tour of the revival production of ‘CATS’ (LTP/RUG). Daniel’s other credits include Opera Australia productions of ‘CARMEN’, ‘TOSCA’, ‘TURANDOT’, ‘BILLY BUDD’, ‘CARMINA BURANA’, and ‘THE MAGIC FLUTE’.

Television appearances as a dancer include The ARIA Awards, X Factor, So You Think You Can Dance, Young Talent Time and alongside artists such as Guy Sebastian, Kelly Rowland and Kate Miller-Heidke. He has also had the privilege to work with respected and well-known choreographers William Forsythe, The Squared Division and Ame Delves on various projects. Daniel’s choreographic skills have also been featured, recently at Twisted Broadway, the Australian Latin Festival and the Mo Awards.

Agent

Jeep Management
ATTN: Kieron Kulik
kieron@jeepmanagement.com
+61 2 8065 5332


Performance Resume:

Show Role Year
Funny GirlEnsemble2016
Follies In ConcertEnsemble2016
Cats the MusicalRum Tum Tugger2015 / 2016
* Please note as AMTDB is in its early stages, this is not the performers complete resume. Just the shows added to our database so far.
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