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Dan Clark

Dan Clark is an actor, comedian, writer, and director. He is best known for playing Don Danbury on the BBC Three sitcom "How Not to Live Your Life," which he also sole wrote, co-produced, and directed various episodes of. He has been a regular on the British comedy scene, first of all with sketch trio Electric Eel and then as a stand-up comedian. He's played the Edinburgh Festival and toured the UK multiple times. As well as "How Not To Live Your Life" Dan co-wrote and starred in the C4 sitcom "The Estate Agents," at the age of just 23. Over the years Dan has guest starred in various TV shows including "The Mighty Boosh," BBC1's "Mad About Alice," "French And Saunders," Sky Living's "Love Matters" and Noel Fielding's "Luxury Comedy" to name a few. It was recently announced that C4 have commissioned "Morning Has Broken," a sitcom Dan co-created with and for Julia Davies to star in, with Dan directing. Dan has three feature films in development, some to star in, and one to direct.  

★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ Metro
★★★★ Telegraph
★★★★ The Times
★★★★ Chortle
★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ Edinburgh Reporter
‘Such elegance, laconic grace and terse wit.’Time Out
‘60 Minutes of uninterrupted comic ecstasy.’ Metro
‘Ludicrously likeable.’ Times 
‘Slick showmanship, very funny songs, and copious sharp-brained ad-libs.’ Telegraph
‘An impressive spectacle.’Guardian
‘It’s warm, heartfelt, and – most of all – reassuring to those of us who feel like we never really grew up.’ Broadway Baby
‘Clark completely seduced everyone in the room. The women want to take him home and the men can imagine going out with him for a pint. Dan Clark. What an act!’ Fringe Review
‘Impossible to dislike this upbeat show.’Chortle