Daniel Weyman

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Daniel Weyman
Born 1977
Nationality  United Kingdom
Occupation Actor

Daniel Weyman (born 1977) is an English actor.


He has appeared in stage productions such as Samuel West's Sheffield Crucible production of As You Like It (as Jaques[1]) and the Chichester Festival Theatre's production of David Edgar's The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. His portrayal of the title character earned him a nomination for 'Best Performance in a Play' at the 2006 TMA Awards.[2] He played Anitpholus of Syracuse in the Whatsonstage.com Awards Best Shakespearean Production nominated The Comedy of Errors at the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park in 2010.[3]


Appearances include the 2005 Colditz and the BAFTA winning BBC drama Dunkirk. He played Matthew Cole in the 2004 "Midsomer Murders" episode The Straw Woman. He appeared in the award winning Van Gogh: Painted with Words for the BBC in 2010. In 2013 he starred in Series 8 of Foyle's War for ITV playing Honeysuckle Weeks's on-screen husband, Adam Wainwright.


He played Tom Jackson in his first lead cinema role in the film Just Inès (2010) and Arthur Havisham to Helena Bonham Carter's Miss Havisham in Mike Newell's film version of Great Expectations (2012).


He has guest starred in the Sapphire and Steel audio drama Perfect Day along with the Doctor Who audio drama The Butcher of Brisbane.[4]

He has worked extensively in radio, audiobook and voice over. His reading of Andy McNab's Meltdown was voted No.1 in The Independent's Top 10 Children's audiobooks[5] 2008. His reading of Young Sherlock Holmes: Death Cloud won a prestigious Best Audiobook of the Year Award[6] from American publication AudioFile Magazine. In 2013 the American Library Association entered his recording of Angelmaker[7] by Nick Harkaway in The Listen List,[8] their top 12 examples of outstanding audiobook narration whilst his recording of Crusher by Niall Leonard, made the ALA's Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults list.[9]


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