Daniel Bradford is an, actor, director, and teacher as well as Artistic Director of Play With Fire Productions. He has lived, performed and directed in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting at the University of Southern Queensland. His most recent acting credits include Michael in Herding Cat’s, directed by Lawrence Evans, Phillip in Play With Fire’s debut production Orphans by Lyle Kessler and David Mamet’s Sexual Perversity in Chicago by 1956 Theatre. He will be playing the lead role of Tristan in the northern premiere of Lucy Prebble’s hit play ‘The Effect’ at the Oldham Coliseum in September.
His most recent directing credits include North of Providence at 53Two, This is it at the King’s Arms, Sans Merci at Hope Mill Theatre, Cracked Rainbow by Charlene James as part of Royal Exchange Theatre’s Come Closer festival and Swaggering Crow Theatre’s A Kidnapping.
As a role-player, Daniel has extensive experience a wide range of settings including: Universities (facilitating interview skills, conflict management, harassment training), medical role play (medical students, doctors, patient, psychiatric role play) and student accommodation mediation (bullying and residential officer training).
In the corporate and sales world Daniel has worked in customer facing roles for major companies in sectors such as Aviation and Energy.