|Danny Lee Wynter
May 25, 1982 |
Danny Lee Wynter (born 25 May 1982) is an English actor best known for his performance as Joe in Stephen Poliakoff's films Joe's Palace and Capturing Mary.
Lee Wynter trained at Middlesex University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Upon graduating he was cast as the lead opposite Sir Michael Gambon and Dame Maggie Smith in Stephen Poliakoff's BBC/HBO films Joe's Palace and Capturing Mary.
He made his professional stage debut as Fool to David Calder's King Lear in the 2008 season for Shakespeare's Globe. Other work for the company has included  Henry IV Part I and II opposite Olivier Award winning actor Roger Allam, The Frontline and Bedlam.
He has also appeared in plays for The Royal Court, Jermyn Street Theatre and The Royal Exchange Manchester.
Screen credits include Hot Fuzz, Trial & Retribution, Luther, Holby City, Episodes, and David Walliams' television film for the BBC, Mr Stink.
In autumn 2013 he appeared as Don John in Mark Rylance's production of Much Ado About Nothing for The Old Vic Theatre Company opposite Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones.
Stage and film performances