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Daniel Rashid is an actor, writer and producer based in Los Angeles. He is a recent graduate of University of Southern California School of Dramatic Arts.

Please browse the website, check out his Bio, Resume, Media, Headshots & Stills, and recent News. And feel free to contact Daniel!

Daniel is represented by Michael Greenwald at Endorse Management Group, TalentWorks (Theatrical), and Henderson Represents, Inc (Commercials & Print).

CURRENT & UPCOMING

September 2017

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RECENT NEWS

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June 2017

April 2017

March 2017

  • Daniel was in production for three upcoming Giggle Break sketches, to be released soon!

February 2017

  • Giggle Break released NEVER HAVE I EVER, a new sketch that Daniel wrote/produced/stars in. You can watch it on Funny Or Die (where it was featured on the homepage) here: http://FunnyOrDie.com/m/awnh

January 2017

  • Daniel has signed with TalentWorks for theatrical representation!

December 2016

  • Giggle Break released MOMENTS TO MIDNIGHT: A NEW YEARS LOVE STORY, a new sketch that Daniel wrote/produced/stars in. You can watch it on Funny Or Die here: http://FunnyOrDie.com/m/atch

  • Giggle Break released SECRET SANTA, a new sketch that Daniel wrote/produced/stars in. You can watch it on Funny Or Die here: http://FunnyOrDie.com/m/aswm

  • Daniel performed along side Dana Olsen, Paul Barrosse, Victoria Zielinski, Steve Rashid, Ronny Crawford, Don Stiernberg, Emilia Barrosse, and Eva B. Ross in MR. OLSEN'S HOLIDAY PARTY, a New Years Eve sketch comedy variety show at Studio5.

November 2016

  • Giggle Break released PILLOW TALK: THE FIRST "I LOVE YOU", a new sketch that Daniel wrote/produced/stars in. The sketch was immediately chosen to be featured on Funny Or Die's homepage. Watch it here: http://FunnyOrDie.com/m/aqo1
  • On Monday, November 7th, Daniel performed in a staged reading of Brian James Polak's new play AN EPIDEMIC OF TEMPORARY LUNACY (OR THE MEXICO PLAN). The reading, directed by Jeremy Lelliot, was part of The Blank Theatre's living room series.
  • Daniel graduated from UCB Improv 401 on Sunday November 6th.

October 2016

September 2016

August 2016

  • Giggle Break released two new sketches written by and featuring Daniel including GAME NIGHT, seen here: https://youtu.be/b4U_0qnsLJw
  • Daniel was in production for a new music video. More info to come!

July 2016

  • Daniel was in production for BODIED, a new film directed by Joseph Kahn.
  • Daniel was in production for BROSA NOSTRA, a new series from Zephyr Entertainment.

June 2016

  • Giggle Break released two new sketches written by and starring Daniel. Check them out here:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 2016

  • Giggle Break released a new sketch written by and starring Daniel. Watch it here: When Your Uber Driver REALLY Wants Fives Stars

 

 

 

 

 

April 2016

  • After winning three awards and playing at 61 film festivals across 24 different countries, TOMORROW is now available to view online. You view the embedded video here, or click here to view it on Vimeo.
  • Daniel was in a workshop production of THIS IS OUR YOUTH, by Kenneth Lonergan. Daniel played the lead role of Warren Straub in the play, which closed on April 9th.

 

March 2016

  • Daniel was in production for HERE COMES THE NIGHT, a new short film written and directed by Nicolas Curcio.
  • Giggle Break released another sketch written by and featuring Daniel: "What Guys Do On Tinder"

 

 

February 2016

  • Giggle Break just released two new sketches written by and starring Daniel: "2016 Oscar Review" and "When Valentine's Day Does NOT Go As Planned" Check them out and Subscribe to the YouTube channel!

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 2016

  • Daniel was in production for CAVITIES, a new short film written by Munis Rashid and directed by Michael Chan. More info about the film can been found here.
  • TOMORROW has been review by Jennie Kermode at Eye For Film and she has very nice things to say about the film, Daniel in particular:
    • "What makes the film stand out, however, is the acting, especially Daniel Rashid's sensitive portrayal of Clark, which will hopefully see him getting a lot more attention from casting directors. With the dialogue necessarily flat, the film hinges on what he shows us with his face and body. The mixture of hope, fear, disappointment and excitement that ebbs and flows throughout the film is something anyone who remembers their first feelings of love will relate to."

      You can read the rest of her review at <http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/review/tomorrow-2014-film-review-by-jennie-kermode>

 

 

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