Danielís on the road to stardom

Thursday, 21 December 2017

Danielís on the road to stardom thumbnailLimavady Grammar School pupil Daniel White.

A YOUNG Eglinton actor has been gathering admirers after a recent star performance in the Irish film 'Property of the State' which is based on a true story.
Daniel White, a Year 8 pupil at Limavady Grammar School has already been in three successful films and has had a role in the hugely popular TV series 'The Fall'. In Daniel's latest film, he plays a young Brendan O'Donnell, the infamous killer who was once named 'The Most Evil Man in Ireland'.
Daniel told The Northern Constitution: "It was really intense to play someone like that, very hard as he was mentally disturbed, but I really enjoyed it.
“I love doing comedy films but I think I am a lot better at drama and playing people that have something wrong with them."
The film was set in County Clare so Daniel had to speak with a Clare accent which he said that it was 'tricky to get', however this gave him the chance to work with a very popular acting and dialect coach who has worked with a lot of big names including Brad Pitt.


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