“Daniel Bostic was born in Sanford. At a young age, he moved to Charleston, South Carolina where he grew up and eventually attended high school and became involved in a drama class. Daniel’s interest in acting grew when he was cast last-minute as a featured-extra in Lifetime’s TV show “Army Wives” in a scene alongside Emmy Award Winner – Catherine Bell. Daniel continued four years of drama training along with one year of film acting/production training.”
What has Daniel done so far with his acting career?
Daniel is known for his starring roles in the following short films. I have taken time to watch his popular short film “Gone For The Day” I would have to say that for a short film it had me interested. I was not concerned about the quality of the production but how the actors “acted” I was looking to see if they would really be their character and I was impressed. I believe that for a young actor he is making his way to Hollywood.
“From Darkness Into Light” – Lamplight Productions
“Gone For The Day” – Acclaimed Teen Director MJ Slide
“Crash” – Backwards Man Productions
“Secrets In The Fall” – Every New Day Pictures
Learn more about Daniel:
Daniel has a very well laid out and organized website. There you can find out all about his biography and what his plans are and what is in the works. I personally checked out his website, watched a few of his videos that he was staring in. I believe that even though the quality of the videos may not be like the quality of the major motion pictures you see in theaters today, it is not about the quality. It is about Daniel doing what he loves to do. Daniel is a talented actor and loves what he does. His passion drives his motivation to get out there and take on the world of cinematography. I liked his videos and see potential in Daniel.
Where can I see Daniel’s work?
You can check out Daniel’s work and learn more about him by clicking any of the following links.
IMDB Page: http://imdb.to/JtUJ7I
“Acting has been and always will be my passion, and my changing locations won’t affect that.” Daniel Bostic