Dan Remmes’ plays range from romantic comedy to dark drama and have enjoyed hundreds of performances across North America and the United Kingdom. Produced titles: NIGHT OUT, WHAT DOESN’T KILL US, BEDLAM, THREE TABLES, THINGS WE LEAVE BEHIND, LEAVING LONDON, DELAYS, FRIENDS, LOVERS & FIANCÉS and CLOSE TO HOME. His writing has won multiple awards including the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship for Playwriting and Screenwriting and the 26th Annual Samuel French OOB Festival. As an actor, he has appeared on stages from New York to Los Angeles and on such television shows as LAW & ORDER: SVU, BLIND JUSTICE, CONVICTION, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT and LATE NIGHT WITH CONAN O’BRIEN. His short children’s story, FIVE A DAY THE EASY WAY, was read aloud at the White House by Attorney General Janet Reno and Surgeon General David Satcher. He’s written and directed two short films (GEORGE and INDIANA DAD AND THE QUEST FOR THE LOST TAP SHOE) and has three feature screenplays under development in collaboration with FINDING NEVERLAND producer Nellie Bellflower. He co-developed, co-wrote and performed in a web series parodying self-help gurus entitled MOTHER’S EVE’S SECRET GARDEN OF SENSUAL SISTERHOOD which ran for a season on Koldcast TV and is currently under option as a staged rock musical. Dan studied acting and writing at Tufts University and holds a degree in acting from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Anglo-American Mind The Gap Theatre headquartered in New York City. DanRemmes.com, @DanRemmes
MEMBERSHIPS: Actors Equity, SAG-AFTRA, Dramatists Guild
Coolest random career moment: Riding shotgun in a stunt car behind Harrison Ford in an INDIANA JONES movie.