Danny Alder

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Danny Alder
Born London, England, UK
Other names Danny Allder
Occupation Actor
Website
www.myspace.com/mrdannyalder

Danny Alder, sometimes credited as Danny Allder, is a UK-based Australian film, television and theatre actor.

Education[edit]

He attended the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts at the Edith Cowan University in Mount Lawley, Western Australia, and the Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts (http://www.acpa.net.au) in Brisbane.

Career[edit]

Alder worked consistently in Australia on both stage and screen in Brisbane, Queensland and Melbourne and decided to move to the UK in 2007.

Within a few weeks of arriving in the UK, he accepted the role of Fin on EastEnders (one episode; credited as Danny Allder).

Alder has since worked in France, Israel, Portugal and Italy appearing in a new comedy Ikea commercial set in a prison.[clarification needed]

He has also appeared in several films including Blurred written by Stephen Davies and the Melbourne made horror film Damned by Dawn.

A Fistful of Snow[edit]

In 2009 Alder performed in his second one-man show, A Fistful of Snow,[1] as part of the Brighton Festival Fringe in Brighton, England, for which he received an award for 2009 Best Male Performer from Latest 7,[2] a weekly magazine covering the Brighton area.

A Fistful of Snow was then performed at the 2009 Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Edinburgh, Scotland, at C Venues.[clarification needed] whilst Danny was also performing in "The Hotel" a concept theatre piece, written and directed by UK comedian and writer, Mark Watson.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ castlesintheskyproductions.co.uk , Castle in the Sky Productions (provides information on A Fistful of Snow). Accessed 18 January 2010.
  2. ^ Staff writer (undated). "Brighton Festival and Fringe Shows Honoured in the Latest Awards — 75-Year-Old Stripper Named 'Star of the Festival'". Latest 7. Accessed 18 January 2010.

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