Daniel-Ryan Spaulding is an Internationally Touring Stand-up Comedian, orginally from Vancouver, Canada.
Since finishing a BA in Drama & Film from Queen’s University; he has steadily been building a name for himself; with a successful career in comedy, and performances in Film & Televison.
Now 28, he has performed in 29 countries worldwide: Canada, USA, Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore, France, Ireland, England, Scotland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Holland, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
He is one of 80s Cult-Director Savage Steve Holland’s favorite new actors, having worked with him on National Lampoon’s Ratko: the Dictator’s Son (2009) and Fairly Odd Parents (2011) the live action TV Movie based on the popular cartoon.
Daniel-Ryan wrote and produced the independent film Coffee (2008); as well as the documentary short, beautiful (2001) which screened at the 2002 Vancouver International Film Festival when he was only 17 years-old. Upon graduation, he was the recipient of the Michael J. Fox Performing Arts Scholarship, a highly regarded Canadian award.
His comedic influences include Bill Hicks, Sandra Bernhard, George Carlin, Margaret Cho, Bill Maher & Kathy Griffin.