|Born||31 August 1958
London, England, UK
|Other name(s)||Danny Peacock|
|Occupation||Actor, director, writer|
|Years active||1979 - present|
Daniel Peacock (born 31 August 1958 in London, England, UK) is a British actor, writer and director best known for his work with the team of The Comic Strip Presents.... He is also known as Danny Peacock.
He attended Ashmole School.
Film appearances include: The Supergrass, Porridge, Quadrophenia, Gandhi, I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle, Party Party, Whoops Apocalypse, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and Carry On Columbus. He also played young Jacques Clouseau in Trail of the Pink Panther.
He created and wrote on Valentine Park (the name of a park in Ilford, Essex but filmed in Nottingham), Men of the World (starring [John Simm]] and David Threlfall), Cavegirl, Harry and Cosh, Mud (TV series, Very Big Very Soon, as well as adapting Teenage Health Freak for TV.
He appeared in a series of musical adverts in the 1980s for the Do It All chain of DIY stores along with another Comic Strip actor, Ron Tarr, and the Birds Eye Steakhouse advertisement featuring the song "We Hope It's Chips", sung to the tune of "Que Sera Sera".