Daniel Arnold is an actor, writer and producer for both stage and screen who has won multiple awards. His stage plays Tuesdays & Sundays and Any Night, which he cowrote/performed with Medina Hahn, have toured across Canada and internationally, garnering numerous awards and accolades. Tuesdays & Sundays was also broadcast as a radio play on CBC and BBC, and their feature film adaptation of Any Night won the CFF Super Channel Screenplay Award. Arnold has also won the NSI Drama Prize for his short film The Janitors (starring Medina Hahn), and cowrote, helped produce and starred in the feature film version of Lawrence & Holloman, which won 13 jury awards, including the Canadian Comedy Award for Best Feature Film, before being released theatrically. Arnold is a recipient of four Leo Award nominations for Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Screenplay and Outstanding Feature Film; four Jessie Richardson Theatre Award nominations for Outstanding Performance; two Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Awards for Outstanding Performance and Outstanding New Work; and a protégé recipient with Medina Hahn of Canada’s most prestigious theatre award, The Siminovitch Prize, thanks to their mentorship with Daniel MacIvor. Arnold is a proud honors graduate of University of Alberta’s BFA acting program. He lives with his wife and co-theatre creator Marisa Emma Smith in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia.