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Danny Seward

Danny Seward is a British television actor who was born in Salford, Greater Manchester, England

Danny started his career at the age of 15 at the Oldham Theatre Workshop.[1] He landed his first TV role in the soap Emmerdale for 3 episodes playing Greg Cox.[2] Soon after, Danny won a major television role playing the part of cocky P.C Dean Wishaw in BBC2's award winning TV series The Cops.[3] The show (created by Tony Garnet of Kes and This Life fame) went on to win two BAFTA awards consecutively for Best Drama Series of 1999 and 2000, plus an RTS award.[4]

During 2001-2005 Danny appeared on ITV's hit Drama series Where The Heart Is, playing Joe Beresford. Danny's character was involved in a musical storyline, which led record label EMI to sign him up to record an album of material.[5][6]

Danny's debut album Where My Heart Is features two self-penned tracks Heart of A Winner, (inspired by British boxing champion Ricky Hatton). In December 2005, Danny was invited to sing alongside Elaine Paige and John Barrowman in a Christmas concert performed at the Birmingham Symphony Hall, with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. The show featured him on piano and was aired on BBC Radio 2 as part of their Christmas season. In 2005 Danny and Ricky Hatton worked together with Danny's song 'Heart Of A Winner'. Taken from his debut album. Danny subsequently put together the idea for 'Ricky Hatton'- A Life Story on DVD. With Danny as executive producer, the DVD features 'Heart Of A winner' as title theme, plus video, and Interviews with Danny and Ricky.[4]



External links

  • Official Danny Seward Website
  • Internet Movie Database
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