Daniel Boileau

Daniel Boileau

actor, editor, additional crew

Daniel Boileau was born on Feb 25, 1973 in Canada. Daniel Boileau's big-screen debut came with Secret of Giving directed by Sam Pillsbury in 1999, strarring Elmer.

Daniel's previous theater and improv experience landed him his first Film & TV role shortly after moving to Vancouver. He has since gone on to earn over 100 roles in the professional and indie film worlds. His strengths lie in his characterizations having explored the comedy, drama and action genre. He was a member of 2 comedy troupes and has worked in the Montreal "Just For Laughs" festival back in 2002. He has performed in several theater productions here in the city, such as "Lone Star" and "Orphans" for which he received rave reviews for his character portrayal of "Cletis" and "Phillip" respectively.Among some of his credits, he has recurred in iZombie (CW), Bates Motel (A&E) and Eve of Destruction (SyFy).Along his journey of acting, Daniel has also established himself as a professional editor having edited several projects including the short film "The Prince" which earned many awards in its 2017 and 2018 festival run.

  • Birthday

    Feb 25, 1973
  • Place of Birth

    Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
  • Also known


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