Daniel Betts

Daniel Betts


Daniel Betts trained at the Drama Centre. Theatre credits include: 'Sweet Bird of Youth' (Old Vic), 'Winter’s Tale' (RSC), 'The King’s Speech' (West End), 'The Great Game' (Tricycle, NYC and US tour), 'Little Women' (West End) and 'Easter' (RSC). His Television and film work includes, 'Criminal Justice', 'Law and Order', 'U Be Dead', 'Silent Witness', 'Time of Your Life', 'Ultimate Force', 'A Touch of Frost', 'City Central' and 'Tom’s Midnight Garden'. His most recent TV credits are 'The Crown' and 'Mr Selfridge', the feature films 'Fury' & 'Allied' and the lead role of Atticus in the UK tour of 'To Kill a Mockingbird.' Daniel can currently be seen in Netflix feature film 'War Machine' opposite Brad Pitt. 


  • Height: 5' 11 (180cm)
  • Weight: 12st (76.2kg)
  • Playing Age: 35 - 45
  • Eye Colour: Grey-Green
  • Hair Colour: Light/Mid Brown
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Unions: Equity
  • Appearance: White


Allied, George Kavanagh, Paramount (director: Robert Zemeckis) 

War Machine, Simon Ball, Netflix & Plan B (director: David Michod) 

Fury, Burgemeister, Colombia Pictures (director; David Ayer)

Hunger (short) Saul (lead), Flame 47/Mainframe Productions  (director; Stephen Johnson)

Carrington, Porter, (director; Christopher Hampton)


Against The Law, Rawlinson, BBC 2 (director: Fergus O'Brien)

X Company, Goetschl, Temple Street Productions (directors: Various) 

The Crown, Prince Ernst Von Hannover, Netflix (director: Stephen Daldry)

Mr Selfridge, A.A. Milne, ITV (director: Bill Anderson) 

The Crimson Field, Jaco Tillens, BBC Television (director; Richard Clark)

Criminal Justice, Prison Governor, BBC (director: Yan Damange)

The Bill, Lee Burchill, TalkbackThames (director: Robbie del Maestro)

The Fixer, Dr Philip Palmer, Kudos/ITV (director; Sarah O’Gorman)

Law and Order UK, Steve Sandbrook, Kudos (director; Omar Madhar)

Silent Witness, Seth Collins, BBC (director; Brendan Maher)

Time Of Your Life, Mike, ITV (director; David Blair)

Ultimate Force, Slava, Bentley Productions (director; Mark Roper)

Murphy’s Law, York Pemberton, Tiger Aspect/BBC  (director; Richard Standeven)

Murder Prevention, Father Dominic  (director; Julian Simpson)

Making Waves, Lt. Cdr. Adams, Carlton TV (director; Matthew Evans)

William and Mary, Damian Fisk (director; Nicholas Laughland)

Holby City, Luke Drury, (director; Keith Boak)

Trust, Nathanial Matteo, (director; Phillipa Langdale)

Toms Midnight Garden, Barty, Hyperion Pictures (director; Willard Carroll)

A Touch Of Frost, Mark Owens, Yorkshire TV (director: Alan Dosser)

McCallum, Ben (director; Richard Holthouse)

City Central, Sam Reeves, BBC TV (director: Nick Boak)

Heat of the Sun, Viscount Guy ‘Boy’ Cameron, Carlton UK Productions

Cadfael, Janyn, Central TV

Performance, Prince John, BBC

Prince of Hearts, North, BBC TV (director: Simon Curtis)

TV Films

True Mettle, Lawrence “pack” Packer, Kaleidoscope Pictures (director: Adam Anderegg)

U Be Dead, Mark Fenhalls, Darlow Smithson (director: Jamie Payne)

Henry VIII. John Lascelles, Granada TV (director; Pete Travis)

Leprechauns, Mickey Muldoon, Hallmark Productions (director: John Henderson)

The Student Prince, North, BBC (director; Simon Curtis)

Shot Through the Heart, Serbian Soldier, Company Pictures/BBC (director; David Attwood)

The Canterville Ghost, Francis Duke of Cheshire, Signboard Hill Productions (director; Syd Macartney)


All The President’s Men, Scott Pruitt & Senator Todd Young, National Theatre/Vaudeville Theatre (director: Nicolas Kent)

To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus, Regents Park, (director; Timothy Sheader)

Dial M For Murder, Tony, Fiery Angel/UK Tour (director; Lucy Bailey)

Sweet Bird of Youth, Dr George Scudder, Old Vic, (director; Marianne Elliott)

The Winter’s Tale, Camillo, RSC (director; Lucy Bailey)

Night Train, Julian, Scaauspiel Haus Cologne, (director; Katie Mitchell)

The King's Speech, King Edward VIII, Wyndham’s Theatre (director: Adrian Noble)

Eden End, Charlie Appleby, UK Tour/Northampton Royal and Derngate  (director: Laurie Sansom)

Bedroom Farce, Malcolm, BK Ltd, West End (director: Peter Hall)

Miss Julie, Jean, Rose Theatre Kingston,(director: Stephen Unwin)

The Great Game, Multiple Parts, USA Tour/Pentagon/Tricycle Theatre

Bedroom Farce, Malcolm, Rose Theatre Kingston (director: Peter Hall)

The Great Game, Multiple Parts, Tricycle Theatre(director: Indhu Rubisingham, Nicholas Kent)

Much Ado About Nothing, Don Pedro, Sheffield Crucible Theatre (director: Josie Rourke)

Hayfever, Sandy, Theatre Clwyd (director: Christopher Morahan)

Little Women, Prof Bhaer, Duchess Theatre (director: Andy Louden)

Comedy Of Errors, Antipholus Of Ephases, Bristol Old Vic, (director: David Farr)

Othello, Cassio, Concentric Circles(director: Christopher Fettes)

Phaedra, Hippolitus  Concentric Circles (director: Christopher Fettes)

Retreat From Moscow, Jaimie, Chichester Festival Theatre (director: Christopher Morahan)

School For Wives, Horace,, BK Ltd (director: Peter Hall)

Skylight, Edward, Royal National Theatre/West End (director: Richard Eyre)

Easter, Benjamin, RSC, (director: Katy Mitchell)

Daniel Betts
Daniel Betts
Daniel Betts
Daniel Betts