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The Play What I Wrote
Character: Harry Daughter
Directed by: Kenneth Branagh
Written by: Kenneth Branagh
Produced by: David Pugh, Joan Cullman, Mike Nichols, Hamilton South, Charles Whitehead and Stuart Thompson
Other cast: Sean Foley, Hamish McColl, Toby Jones
Venue: Lyceum Theatre
Production dates: November 23, 2002
Genre: Play, Comedy, Original, Broadway

Dan made his West End stage debut as the special guest star in The Play What I Wrote, a celebration of legendary British comedy duo Morecambe and Wise, directed by his Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets co-star Kenneth Branagh and starring Hamish McColl, Sean Foley, and Toby Jones (who voiced Dobby in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets). The play features a different, secret, guest star every night and makes them take part in a spoof play-within-a-play called “A Tight Squeeze for the Scarlet Pimple”. Dan played the son of Count Toblerone, who is locked up during the French Revolution but freed in disguise by the Scarlet Pimpernel – a role which required him to dress up in a dress and wig!!

Stage Open Date: November 23, 2002
Location: Wyndham’s Theatre, London

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