|Born||6 December 1982|
Daniel Rigby (born 6 December 1982) is an English actor.
Rigby has worked as a stand-up comedian, having appeared at the Latitude Festival, won the 2007 Laughing Horse New Act of The Year, and been a nominee for winner of the 2007 So You Think You're Funny competition. In 2007, he moved to television roles with the BBC period drama Lilies. In 2011, Rigby won the BAFTA for Best Actor for his performance as late comedian Eric Morecambe in Eric and Ernie, beating both Matt Smith and Benedict Cumberbatch for their roles as The Doctor and Sherlock Holmes. As of 2012, he plays Simon in the UK BT advertisements. Daniel will be performing in Tom Basden's 'Holes' at the Arcola Theatre in London from 16th July to 9th August 2014 alongside Mathew Baynton.
|2008||Stand Up||John J. Jones||Short film|
|2011||Eric and Ernie||Eric Morecambe||BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor|
|2007||Lilies||Billy Moss||7 episodes|
|2008||Spooks: Code 9||David||1 episode|
|2009||The Street||James||1 episode|
|2013||Black Mirror||Jamie Salter / Waldo||1 episode|
|2013||Big School||Mr. Martin|
|2014||From There to Here||Charlie|
|2005||A Midsummer Night's Dream|
|2005||The Burial at Thebes||Haemon|
|2006||The White Album||Miles|
|2009||The Mothwokfantastic||Himself||Edinburgh Festival|
|2009||Beyond The Front Line||Welsh soldier|
|2009||The Music Show||Performed at Just for Laughs|
|2010||Afterbirth||Himself||Performed at Edinburgh Festival|
|2010||The Count of Monte Cristo||Edmond Dantès|
|2011||One Man, Two Guvnors||Alan Dangle|
|2013||Daniel Rigby: Berk in Progress||Himself||Edinburgh Festival|
- Monahan, Mark (14 August 2009). "Daniel Rigby: The Mothwokfantastic at the Pleasance Cellar". The Telegraph. Retrieved 28 May 2011.
- "Former Performing Arts Student Wins Leading Actor BAFTA". Stockport College. Retrieved 28 May 2011.
- Holgate, Tommy (17 August 2010). "Daniel Rigby - The Afterbirth". The Sun. Retrieved 28 May 2011.
- Hoggart, Paul (6 January 2007). "Lilies of the 'Pool". The Times. Retrieved 28 May 2011.
- Masters, Time (22 May 2011). "Bafta TV awards: New faces topple star names". BBC News. Retrieved 28 May 2011.
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