Danny Lee Wynter
Danny Lee Wynter (Playwright)
Danny is a playwright, Olivier nominated actor, activist and columnist. He is the founder of Act For Change, the UK campaign group that helped change representation across the live and recorded arts.
This is Danny’s debut play.
He is currently under commission to the Donmar Warehouse Theatre for his second play.
For the Royal Court: Living Newspaper, The Changing Room.
Other theatre includes: The Normal Heart (National); Faustus: That Damned Woman (Lyric); The Maids (HOME, Manchester); Cell Mates (Hampstead); Forty Years On (Chichester Festival Theatre); Comus, Bedlam, Henry IV Part II, Henry IV Part I, King Lear, The Frontline (Globe); Deathwatch (The Print Room); The Glass Menagerie (Nuffield, Southampton); Much Ado About Nothing (Old Vic); St John’s Night (Jermyn Street); The Miser (Royal Exchange, Manchester).
Television includes: Luther, Walliams and Friend, Trial and Retribution, Partners in Crime, Mr. Stink, Episodes, Holby City.
Film includes: Joe’s Palace & Capturing Mary, Censor, Hot Fuzz, The Dreams of Bethany
Mellmouth, Beat Girl.
Awards include: Nominated for the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor (The Normal Heart).