Daniel J. O’Donnell is a lawyer, playwright and stage, film and voice actor. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, and practiced law at one of the nation’s foremost law firms in the area of Employment Law. Before that he was a high school math teacher.
He is a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. He is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and also studied in London at LAMDA, and with the late great Stella Adler. As an actor, he has played lead roles in New York and regionally. His film and television work includes, "Homicide," opposite Robin Williams (NBC), and "Major League II" with Charlie Sheen (Warner Brothers).
As a playwright, Mr. O’Donnell has written two one-act plays: "Honor Thy Father", and "The Family Riches." "Time to Go" is his first full-length play. He is currently working on, "The Nicaraguans Are Ready," a full-length play, now in development.
As a voice actor, given his background as an actor, lawyer and teacher, he is extremely versatile.
English (North American)
British, Irish, North American
Middle Aged, Senior
Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Radio, Television
Daniel J. O'Donnell has extensive experience as a stage, film and voice actor. He has a state-of-art home audio studio.
B.A. Mathematics, St. John's University
J.D. Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude
American Academy of Dramatic Arts
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts
Computer & Software
Sony Sound Forge Audio Studio
Quick Turnaround Time When Needed
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