|Birth Name||Daniel Elliott Bostic|
|Height||5' 10¾" (1.8 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Daniel Bostic was born in Sanford, North Carolina to Curtis and Jenny Bostic. At a young age, he moved to Charleston, South Carolina where he grew up and eventually attended high school and became involved in a drama class. Daniel's interest in acting grew when he was cast last-minute as a featured-extra in Lifetime's TV show "Army Wives" in a scene alongside Emmy Award Winner - Catherine Bell. "I showed up and was on set for 16 hours," says Daniel. "I was completely exhausted at the end of the day but loved the experience of the cast working together on set, plus I got to meet some amazing people! Observing professional actors in their environment really inspired me and that's when I knew this was something I wanted to do." Daniel continued four years of drama training along with one year of film acting/production training.
His career has skyrocketed and he has since appeared in the following projects in either supporting or starring roles: "From Darkness Into Light" - Lamplight Productions "Gone For The Day" - Acclaimed Teen Director MJ Slide "Crash" - Backwards Man Productions "Secrets In The Fall" - Every New Day Pictures
In addition to acting, Daniel is known for his work as a model as has been featured in multiple print publications. He placed 2nd in his division in American Eagle's "Life Your Life" contest and was featured in their billboard campaign in Times Square, NY as well as American Eagle stores nationwide.
Daniel describes his work as being a passion. "I just love working with the film community. It's a beautiful thing when so many people from so many diverse backgrounds can come together and work on a project that entertains and hopefully encourages people."
Daniel is currently on hiatus in Beckley, WV where he is attending Appalachian Bible College. His latest project will involve him starring in a book trailer for the upcoming Harper Collins teen action/romance novel Mila 2.0. It is expected to be shown nationally in theaters.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Daniel Bostic