“Above all, there are the scenes involving Milo Minderbinder (an excellent Daniel David Stewart), the war-profiteering mess officer, whose exploits are so fantastic that there is no way to reduce them to ordinary drama; the miniseries does well by him.” Los Angeles Times Review
“But the biggest surprises here are Tessa Ferrer (Grey’s Anatomy) as Nurse Duckett, who is as aware of the hypocrisy and injustice of military life as Yossarian but is much more philosophical about it, and Daniel David Stewart (Spring Awakening) as Milo Minderbinder, a onetime cook turned war profiteer and eventual founder of the Syndicate, an intricate global network of parasitic capitalists. Without putting too fine a point on it, both the series and Stewart’s performance seem to understand that it’s Minderbinder, not Yossarian or even Cathcart, to whom the future belongs”
Vulture.com Catch 22 Review
Daniel with fellow cast members at HULU’s red carpet Premiere of CATCH 22
Daniel David Stewart on the Red Carpet at the Premiere of Catch 22
Daniel David Stewart discusses his role as Milo Minderbinder on the HULU Miniseries Catch 22
Another great interview with Daniel and fellow castmate Josh Castille for Out Magazine.
How two Broadway stars—one gay and deaf, the other straight and hearing—define friendship.
Daniel interviewed with fellow cast mate for out.com. Read “How a Gay, Deaf Actor and a Hearing, Straight Actor Brought a Broadway Role To Life”
Daniel bonds with cast mate Josh Castille backstage before the Spring Awakening Late Night with Seth Meyers performance
Daniel Stewart featured in Spring Awakening performance on Late Night with Seth Meyers
“The process does not just work for the serious drama. Joshua Castille is a perfect Ernst and he is helped on this by the work of Daniel David Stewart, who voices Ernst and is a whizz on the piano as part of the orchestral landscape. At the moment of Ernst’s seduction by Hanschen (a blonde Andy Mientus), Stewart provides vocal joy to augment the tentative happiness that Castille signs and Mientus demands. It’s a genius moment of pure theatre.” – Stephen Collins – BritishTheatre.com
Opening Night of Spring Awakening on Broadway!
Daniel with Choreographer Spencer Liff on Opening Night of Deaf West Theatre Spring Awakening.
Daniel on the Red Carpet at the Cannes Film Festival.
Daniel just finished filming the lead role of Oliver Gingerfield in the Feature Film Kids Vs. Monsters for Dark Dune Productions.
Daniel received rave reviews for his role of Phaeton in Metamorphoses at The Ensemble Theatre Company.
Daniel has started rehearsals for Metamorphoses at The Ensemble Theatre Company where he will be playing Phaeton. Opens March 27 through April 13th.
Daniel received great reviews for his portrayal of Dominic in BELFRY at Malibu Playhouse.
A WOW from StageScene LA –
“Most memorable of all is the brilliant twenty-year-old Stewart, who won a Best Actor Scenie at age seventeen for his work at the Rubicon in “Master Harold”…and the boys. “Expect much much more from this gifted newcomer,” I wrote at the time, prophetic words given Stewart’s heartbreakingly real work in Belfry as a young man with the misfortune to be born before Asperger syndrome became part of our collective lexicon. That Stewart joined the cast less than ten days before opening night makes his multi-layered performance here all the more remarkable.”
Daniel wrapped shooting of his first supporting role in the Feature Film The Sound of Magic.
Daniel reprised the role of Smike in the World Premiere of Little Miss Scrooge last December at The Rubicon Theatre Co.
Directed by John Caird the Tony and Olivier Award-winning Director of Les Misérables with music from the composer of Jane Eyre and Daddy Long Legs Paul Gordon.
Tickets at http://rubicontheatre.org
Daniel sings “The Man I never Knew” from The Burnt Part Boys at A Little New Music
Daniel stars as Pete in the West Coast Premiere of The Burnt Part Boys at Third Street Theatre.
Daniel is featured in Megan Nicole’s new Cover Video “Blurred Lines”
Daniel’s National Verizon Mothers Day Commercial is airing. http://ispot.tv/a/7oas
Daniel just finished a very successful run of Sixty Miles to Silver Lake for IAMA Theatre Company and received excellent reviews. ” Stewart is particularly facile in the rapid morphing of Denny from goofy kid to savvy teen and back again, his voice and body language a testament to what it means for an actor to fully commit.” Backstage
Daniel as Steve on The Middle on ABC.
Daniel on MAN UP on ABC.
Daniel on FOX’s The Goodwin Games.
Daniel as Cliff in Cabaret at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza received rave reviews. “As Cliff Bradshaw, the bisexual American novelist who comes to Berlin for inspiration, Daniel Stewart sensitively gives a wonderfully nuanced performance. His high point is on the song “Don’t Go,” which was added to the 1987 revival.”
Most recently Daniel was cast as John Taplow in The Browning Version at LA Theatre Works which is also part of their audio Theatre Collection and Radio Theatre Series that can be heard on National Public Radio.
January Daniel played Wally Web in Our Town at The Broad Stage starring Helen Hunt and Directed by David Kromer.
Over Christmas Daniel played Prince John in The Lion In Winter at The Ensemble Theatre Company.
Daniel as Prince John in The Lion In Winter with Stephanie Zimbalist at The Ensemble Theatre Company In Santa Barbara.
Daniel starring as Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at The Rubicon Theatre Company.
Daniel received an Indy Award for his performance in Master Harold and the Boys at the Rubicon Theatre Company.
Daniel received rave reviews in his first Equity Production lead as Hally in Master Harold and the boys at the wonderful Rubicon Theatre Company in Ventura.
“Daniel Stewart nails Hally’s mercurial mix of intellectual arrogance, sympathetic naiveté and aimlessness as the stress of the imminent return of his crippled, alcoholic father threatens Hally’s rare and touching friendship with black servants Sam and Willie . ” – Los Angeles Times
“Stewart’s youth, plus the EXTRAORDINARILY POWERFUL, NUANCED PERFORMANCE he gives add up to ABSOLUTE BELIEVABILITY. The young actor’s CHARISMATIC STAGE PRESENCE is undeniable, as is the truth he brings to the role. DO NOT MISS THIS EXTRAORDINARY PIECE OF THEATRE!” – Stage Scene L.A.
“Daniel Stewart is A SIGHT TO BEHOLD as Hally; the actor deftly balances the layers of kindness, conflict and rage – it is inspirational to witness a young actor with such DEPTH.”