An accomplished stage and screen actor, Danny has gained recognition appearing in numerous commercials, TV series, and feature films, including The 4400 (as “original 4400” Zachary Gidlund), Static, and It Must Be Love, co-starring with Ted Danson and Mary SteenburgenDanny has also lent his vocal talents to numerous voice-over and radio productions.  He has appeared in over twenty stage productions including Macbeth, As You Like It, and Agamemnon.  He is a co-creator of the Betty Mitchell Award winning musical, The Alan Parkinson’s Project.    Danny Dorosh is a graduate of the University of Alberta's BFA acting program. A trained martial artist and instructor, his skills include Muay Thai, Hap Ki Do, Kung Fu, Karate, American Boxing, Fencing, Quarterstaff, Archery, and Firearms--and he is certified as a Silver Level Actor Combatant and Fight Captain.  Danny is a member of the Union of British Columbia Performers (UBCP).  He lives in Vancouver with his wife, actress Pascale Hutton.


For Food for the Gods II: Aftermath, Danny plans to reprise his starring role as Lt. Richard O’Conner, as well as serve as the sequel’s primary martial arts trainer/choreographer.








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