Daniel Sharman‘s first role was as Andy Dobbs in the British series Andy Dobbs in 2003. Years later, he starred as Alexander Dewhurst in the television film Starting Over, as well as played Richard Scott in 2 episodes of Inspector Lewis. He next made his feature film debut in 2010’s The Last Days of Edgar Harding.
The following year, he played Ares in the Hollywood film Immortals. This was followed by a role in the horror movie The Collection and a 2-episode guest role in The Nine Lives of Chloe King. He came to mainstream attention after playing the part of Isaac Lahey in Teen Wolf. He simultaneously played the role of Edward Montclair in the TV movie When Calls the Heart.
Sharman’s popularity grew with his role as Kaleb Westphall / Kol Mikaelson in The Originals. Following this, he played Lord Edward in Mercy Street and Troy Otto in Fear the Walking Dead. From 2018 to 2019, he starred as Lorenzo de’ Medici in the historical drama Medici: The Magnificent. This year, he played the role of The Weeping Monk / Lancelot in the new Netflix series Cursed. To add, Sharman starred in a few short films, which he also produced.
Daniel Sharman exercises and stays active in his day to day to keep his body fit and well built. To complement his physical efforts, he also follows a healthy diet to ensure that his overall wellness is taken care of. While he doesn’t necessarily adhere to strict diets, he keeps it clean and nutritious by focusing on proteins, healthy fats, complex carbs, and incorporating more fruits and veggies into his meals.
That’s why he has since cut back on oily foods, sugar, and simple carbs. For the actor, this means limiting any unhealthy eating habits like snacking on junk foods. When working out, he also consumes more proteins from fish, chicken and other plant-based sources.