Daniel López, hailed by the Columbus Underground as “a well-tuned machine of gliding, grinning charm,” has forged a varied career in film, opera, and theater. Daniel has been seen performing across the country, from the Pacific Northwest to the East Coast.
Daniel has been fortunate enough to perform a wide range of roles in his career. Highlights include Burrs in “The Wild Party,” Tony in “West Side Story,” Alfredo in an English production of “La Traviata,” Tony Candolino in an award-winning production of Terrence McNally’s “Master Class,” and his film debut as “Officer Danny” (supporting) in the feature film Huckleberry, making its festival debut this fall!
Daniel was Resident Artist with both Indianapolis Opera and Cedar Rapids Opera Theatre. He received an undergraduate degree from Otterbein University in his home state of Ohio, and a Master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Daniel lives in Brooklyn Heights.