Daniel Barnett

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Daniel Barnett (19**-). Actor.



Graduated from UCT with a performer’s diploma in speech and drama, 200*.


Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

Notable roles as a student were in The Winter's Tale, Iago in Othello (1999) and Baylor in A Lie of the Mind. Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight (2000) was his second professional production after his role as Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet directed by Clare Stopford (2000).

He played different roles in two productions of Othello, including Brabantio, Lodovico, Iago and Roderigo.

Other productions include Noises Off, Montecasino Theatre, 2005, Butlers and Brandy, National Arts Festival Fringe, 2008 and Hortensio in The Taming of the Shrew, 2011.


Fleur du Cap nomination for Most Promising Student for his role as Baylor in A Lie of the Mind (Sam Shepard).


Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight programme notes.

Othello programme notes, 2001.

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