Danny Mulheron is an experienced director, writer and actor in all mediums; stage, screen and television. His work as a television director has encompassed everything from drama and documentary to sketch comedy and he is well versed in all types of shooting styles from multi-cam in a studio to single camera on location. He has been nominated and won numerous Chapman Tripp Theatre awards as well as NZ Screen Awards. His most recent theatre work in 2010 has included directing the workshop of Stephen Sinclair’s play What To Do About Dad for the ATC, acting in Circa’s The Great Gatsby and writing and directing The Motor Camp with Dave Armstrong, for Circa Theatre. Recent television credits include directing the TV movie Eruption for TV3, two series of Paradise Cafe and a series of Emu for BBC children’s television.
His most heartfelt recent work would have to be the making of a documentary about his Grandfather, The Third Richard which tells the story of his German Jewish Grandfather whose music was banned by the Nazis and just recently re-discovered.
Danny Mulheron is currently in pre-production for a large tele-feature for TVNZ.