December 28, 1985|
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
|Alma mater||Carnegie Mellon School of Drama (2006)|
Eric P. Berger (m. 2017)
Dr. Donald Amboyer |
Dan Amboyer (born December 28, 1985) is an American actor, best known for his starring role as Prince William of Wales in the 2011 Hallmark Channel original film William & Catherine: A Royal Romance, which also featured Victor Garber, Jean Smart, and Jane Alexander.
Life and career
Amboyer was born in Detroit, to Claudia and Dr. Donald Amboyer. He attended The Roeper School and arts high school Interlochen Arts Academy. Amboyer subsequently continued his studies at the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, where he was offered early admittance following his junior year of high school. After graduation, he relocated to New York City and began performing in television and theatre.
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. He has worked extensively in Off-Broadway and regional theatre. Amboyer is a founding member of the theatre company Exit, Pursued by a Bear.
On October 7, 2017 Amboyer publicly came out as gay and announced that he had married his long-term partner Eric P. Berger.
|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 Weber/Chad Weber||Recurring|
|2015||Love the Coopers||Jake||CBS Films|
|2016||Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice||Drone Pilot||Ultimate Cut only|
|2017||The Blacklist: Redemption||Daniel / "Trevor"||Recurring|
|2017||Brawl in Cell Block 99||Longman|
- Orange Lemon Egg Canary by Rinne Groff - 2006 (PS 122)
- As You Like It - 2007 (HERE Arts Center)
- The Play About the Naked Guy - 2008 (Baruch Center for the Performing Arts)
- Bash'd - 2008 (The Zipper Factory)
- For the Love of Christ - 2009 (Cherry Lane Theatre)
- Dido, Queen of Carthage - 2010 (Exit, Pursued by a Bear)
- The Great Unknown by William Hauptman and Jim Wann - 2010 (The American Place Theatre)
- Restoration Comedy by Amy Freed - 2010 (Exit, Pursued by a Bear)
- These Seven Sicknesses - 2011 (Exit, Pursued by a Bear)
- Friends and Relations - 2011 (Abingdon Theatre)
- Remembrance of Things Past by Harold Pinter and Di Trevis, US premiere with Richard Armitage - 2014 (92nd Street Y)
- Squash by AR Gurney, world premiere - (The Flea Theater) - 2016
- The Metromaniacs, world premiere by David Ives directed by Michael Kahn - Dorante (Shakespeare Theatre Company)
- As You Like It, directed by Adrian Noble - Orlando (Old Globe Theatre)
- Richard III, directed by Lindsay Posner - Henry VII (Old Globe Theatre)
- Inherit the Wind, directed by Adrian Noble - Bertram Cates (Old Globe Theatre)
- Le Grand Meaulnes, directed by Di Trevis - Augustin Meaulnes (Quantum Theatre)
- The Eclectic Society - Tom Rockwell (Walnut Street Theatre)
- Grease - Kenickie (The Muny)
- Crazy for You - Lank Hawkins (North Shore Music Theatre)
- Doctor Faustus - (Utah Shakespearean Festival)
- Henry IV - (Utah Shakespearean Festival)
- Romeo and Juliet - (Utah Shakespearean Festival)
- Speak to Me, Annie - (Utah Shakespearean Festival)
- My Fair Lady - (Utah Shakespearean Festival)
- Camelot - Utah Shakespearean Festival
- Godspell - Jesus (Meadow Brook Theatre)
- A Christmas Carol - (Meadow Brook Theatre)
- Swan Lake - (American Ballet Theatre)
- Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat starring Donny Osmond - National Tour
- Urinetown, directed by John Carrafa - Officer Lockstock (Carnegie Mellon University)
- As You Like It, directed by Di Trevis - Jaques (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Compleat Female Stage Beauty - Ned Kynaston (Carnegie Mellon University)
- "Dan Amboyer Biography". TVGuide.
- Hill, Mary (24 August 2011). "Actor with local ties starring in royal love story". Titusville Herald.
- Beagle, Ben (10 September 2011). "Son of Perry native lands princely role in Hallmark Channel movie". The Daily News Online.[permanent dead link]
- Owen, Rob (25 August 2011). "Yankee ingenuity: CMU grad Dan Amboyer plays the prince in 'William & Catherine: A Royal Romance'". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
- , Ology.com.
- , Access Hollywood Live!.
- Haffey, Sean M. (26 August 2012). "TRIPLE DUTY: Meticulous preparation helps actor Dan Amboyer as he juggles three roles at the Old Globe's Shakespeare Festival". The San Diego Union-Tribune.
- "Production Information - As You Like It". The Old Globe. Archived from the original on 2012-08-25.
- "Younger's Dan Amboyer Comes Out as Gay (and Gets Married!)". PEOPLE.com. 2017-10-07. Retrieved 2017-10-08.
- Official website
- Dan Amboyer on IMDb
- Dan Amboyer at the Internet Off-Broadway Database
- Dan Amboyer at The Hollywood Reporter
- Dan Amboyer Shakespeare Feature at San Diego U-T
- Dan Amboyer Photo Gallery at San Diego U-T
- Dan Amboyer at Deadline.com
- Dan Amboyer at Access Hollywood
- Dan Amboyer on The Hallmark Channel
- Dan Amboyer at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
- Dan Amboyer at The Daily Mail