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HomeFacultyActingDaniel Ginnane

Born in Perth, Western Australia. With experience as a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter, Daniel has taught Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing), MMA and fighting for film. Daniel has experience in film stunts to the capacity of a stuntman and a stunt actor, having been on popular series such as DC Legends of Tomorrow and the unreleased Scriptures starring John Cena. Daniel has also been on unreleased motion capture projects by EA games doing stunts and body movement.

Daniel also has experience professionally as an actor as well as a stunt performer giving him a well-rounded tool kit for approaching performance from all angles.

What Daniel’s mission is when approaching students is to instill a good understanding of martial arts basics, the mechanics and how to translate it to film. One of the utmost important values Daniel holds above all else for performance is characterization. A unique take on stunts as opposed to an entirely physical approach, Daniel endeavours to teach the students to play their part emotionally as well as physically, whilst remaining safe and controlled.

 

 

 

 


 

Born in Perth, Western Australia. With experience as a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter, Daniel has taught Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing), MMA and fighting for film. Daniel has experience in film stunts to the capacity of a stuntman and a stunt actor, having been on popular series such as DC Legends of Tomorrow and the unreleased Scriptures starring John Cena. Daniel has also been on unreleased motion capture projects by EA games doing stunts and body movement.

Daniel also has experience professionally as an actor as well as a stunt performer giving him a well-rounded tool kit for approaching performance from all angles.

What Daniel’s mission is when approaching students is to instill a good understanding of martial arts basics, the mechanics and how to translate it to film. One of the utmost important values Daniel holds above all else for performance is characterization. A unique take on stunts as opposed to an entirely physical approach, Daniel endeavours to teach the students to play their part emotionally as well as physically, whilst remaining safe and controlled.