Dan Amboyer

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Dan Amboyer
Dan Amboyer Public Domain Photo.jpg
Born Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 2007–present

Dan Amboyer is an American actor, best known for his starring role as Prince William, Duke of Cambridge in the 2011 Hallmark Channel original film William & Catherine: A Royal Romance, which also featured Victor Garber, Jean Smart, and Jane Alexander.

Born in Detroit, Amboyer attended The Roeper School[1] and arts high school Interlochen Arts Academy.[2] Amboyer subsequently continued his studies at the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama,[3] where he was offered early admittance following his junior year of high school.[4] After graduation, he relocated to New York City and began performing in television and theatre.[5]

Amboyer has made guest appearances on the television series Younger (TV series), CBS' Untitled John Cusack Pilot, Unforgettable, Law & Order, Body of Proof, Inside Amy Schumer, and Person of Interest. He has been interviewed by entertainment news outlets Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, and E! News.[6] He has worked extensively in Off-Broadway and regional theatre.[7] Amboyer is a founding member of the theatre company Exit, Pursued by a Bear.[8]


Year Title Role Notes
2007 All My Children French fantasy man Season 1, episode 9862
2007 Law & Order Todd Barton Episode: "Good Faith"
2011 Body of Proof George White Episode: "Dead Man Walking"
2011 William & Catherine: A Royal Romance HRH Prince William of Wales Television film
2013 Inside Amy Schumer Ron Episode: "The Horror"
2013 Person of Interest Don Juan Episode: "Liberty"
2014 Lily in the Grinder Bean Art Film
2014 CBS' Untitled John Cusack Pilot Douglas Episode: "Pilot"
2014 Unforgettable Eric Oliver Episode: "The Haircut"
2015-present Younger Thad Steadman Recurring
2016 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Drone Pilot Warner Bros
TBA "Love the Coopers" Jake CBS Films


Regional theatre[edit]


  1. ^ [1], Titusville Herald.
  2. ^ [2], The Daily News Online.
  3. ^ [3], Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
  4. ^ [4], TV Guide.
  5. ^ [5], Ology.com.
  6. ^ [6], Access Hollywood Live!.
  7. ^ [7], San Diego U-T.
  8. ^ [8], The Old Globe Artist Page.

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