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Amma Asante and Amandla Stenberg.

Amma Asante and Amandla Stenberg.

December 2016

Daniel is currently filming Amma Asante's new film Where Hands Touch, a story of identity and friendship in second world war Germany.
The cast includes Amandla Stenberg, George MacKay, Abbie Cornish and Christopher Eccleston.

He was presented with his award by Jo Good.

He was presented with his award by Jo Good.

Daniel wins "Narrator of the year" at the Audio Production Awards 2016

Excellent pacing and timing, great range and a skilful interpretation of dialogue. A believable, engaging, enjoyable listen. A worthy winner.
— Audio Production Award Judges
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November 2016

Daniel is nominated for "Narrator of the Year" at the audio Production awards

The two other artists on the shortlist are Clare Corbett and Anna Parker-Naples. The result will be announced on 23rd November at the Audio Production Awards Gala Night, hosted by Edith Bowman. 

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October 2016

Daniel is filming Rupert Everett's The Happy Prince playing Beauchamp Brown to Rupert's Oscar Wilde. Rupert has written a wonderfully vivid and moving screenplay and is also directing a terrific cast including Colin Firth, Emily Watson, Tom Wilkinson, Miranda Richardson and Colin Morgan.


September 2016

Daniel is filming 2 episodes of the new Silent Witness series for the BBC. He is playing the part of Max, an expert in data recovery.

The Silent Witness team from left: Richard Lintern, Emilia Fox, David Caves and Liz Carr.

August 2016

The new ghost story from Michelle Paver, Thin Air, will be narrated for audiobook by Daniel for release in October. Terribly atmospheric and unsettlingly revealing...

Death Comes Knocking continues Daniel's collaboration with Peter James as he and Graham Bartlett delve into the murky depths of Brighton's real life crime scene.

My Heart in Hiding

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August 2016

Daniel records this new BBC Radio drama about a young woman searching for her calling in life.

August 2016

As modern football legends, Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt, (the Class of 92) need no introduction.

Class of 92: Out of Their League, however, opens a dramatic new chapter in the story of the former Manchester United greats as they take on a new role in each of their lives: owners of semi-professional club Salford City FC.

Daniel narrates and brings Gary, Phil, Paul, Ryan and Nicky to life in the audio version of this new book.

30th June 2016

Daniel plays the psychopathic Geordie, Sergeant Dixon in the BBC Radio 4 series Tommies which concludes today as the soldiers make final preparations for The Battle of the Somme - 1st July 1916.

The series also stars Lee Ross and will be available here on catch up until the end of July.

The cast are uniformly excellent, led by a great Daniel Weyman who plays the likeable but exasperating Miles. He is a classic tortured soul, driven by his need to write but slowly battered by his failures. Weyman plays him lightly, and with a sense of irony: as if Miles knows he is slightly ridiculous, but just cannot help it. Weyman can turn on the humour and the pathos beautifully.
— WhatsOnStage

April - July 2016

We are delighted to announce that Daniel will star as Miles in the European premiere of Sideways directed by David Grindley at the St James Theatre, London. The play has been adapted by Rex Pickett from his novel of the same name and has previously been made into an Oscar winning film directed by Alexander Payne, starring Paul Giamatti.

The show will run from 26th May to 9th July 2016.

March 2016

Daniel joins Lee Ross on BBC Radio 4 drama series Tommies. He will play the psychopathic Dixon in the Tyneside Scottish 'Pals' Batallion as they approach The Battle of the Somme.

Daniel and Lee first worked together on the BAFTA award winning BBC TV drama Dunkirk in 2003.

Daniel and Alistair McGowan in 4000 Days at The Park Theatre, London till 13th Feb 2016.

a rich performance from Daniel Weyman as Paul, a character who morphs and reflects — and regrets.
— Fiona Mountford. Evening Standard

January- February 2016

Peter Quilter's new play 4000 Days stars Daniel, Alistair McGowan and Maggie Ollerenshaw and plays at the Park Theatre, London from 14th Jan 2016 and runs till 13th Feb.


January 2016

Art in Heaven
Urban and contemporary.
New poster and still from award winning director Jessica Elisa Boyd's new film.

Two great audiobook releases narrated by Daniel.

Anna Hope's second novel is a tremendous journey of imprisonment and emancipation.
Newly knighted A P McCoy's second novel takes you on a journey through the murky underworld of horse racing.