Daniel Mays was born in Epping, Essex, England, on March 31, 1978. Daniel is an actor from England. In the past, he appeared in EastEnders (2000), Pearl Harbor, All or Nothing, Vera Drake (2001), Line of Duty, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016), and Des, and White Lines (2020). In addition to having wide-ranging theatrical experience, Mays received nominations for the best-supporting actor at the BAFTAs (2017) and the BIFAs (2008).

Daniel Mays Early Life

Daniel was the third kid in the family. Two of his brothers are older than him, and one is younger. Mays was raised in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, by his mother, a bank cashier, and father, an electrician. He first went to the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts and then to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), where he got his acting diploma and graduated in 2000.

Mays Early Life
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Daniel Mays Net Worth

Daniel Mays net worth is believed to be $15 million. He made the money by being a great TV actor. His work path shows how dedicated he is, and the praise he received over the years is proof of that. Most of Daniel Mays’s money comes from his job as an actor.

Daniel Mays Net Worth
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Daniel Career

Mays’s first part appeared on EastEnders in 2000. Mays got his start in movies in 2001 when he played a pilot in the movie Pearl Harbor. In 2002, Mike Leigh put him in both All or Nothing and Vera Drake, which led to his big start. His first part appeared in the BBC drama Rehab in 2005. In 2008, he played Michael Myshkin in Channel 4’s version of David Peace’s Red Riding trilogy.

Mays played Eddie O’Grady in the movie Made in Dagenham in 2010. He played DCI Jim Keats in the third season of Ashes to Ashes the same year. Furthermore, Mays appeared on the BBC sci-fi show Outcasts in 2011. He starred in No One Gets Off in This Town and had a small part in Steven Spielberg’s The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn.

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His role as Ronnie Biggs in the 5-part story Mrs. Biggs turned out quite good. Mays proved on stage for a lot of the second half of 2013. Co-starring with Nigel Lindsay in Nick Payne’s Same Deep Water As Me at the Donmar Warehouse. Moreover, Mays played Sergeant Danny Waldron in the third season of the BBC program Line of Duty in 2016. Initially, Mays played Aston in Harold Pinter’s play The Caretaker at The Old Vic Theatre in London in 2016.

In 2020, Mays played Detective Chief Inspector Peter Jay, the lead investigator, in the three-part ITV drama film Des, which revolved around how serial killer Dennis Nilsen ended up arrested in 1983. For his first musical role, Mays played Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls at the Bridge Theatre in March 2023. He had to leave the show for a short time in July because he had to film something else, but he came back in October.

Mays Personal Life

Daniel is married to Louise Burton, who is talented in the field of makeup artistry. Similarly, the couple is the parent of a baby girl and a baby boy. Daniel lives with his family in Crouch End, which is in the London Borough of Haringey. He also likes sports and cheers for Leyton Orient. When it comes to music, he is a member of the British band Feeder and featured in a music video in 2012.

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