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Danny Bryck is a dialect, accent modification and communication coach, actor, and playwright, based in New York. He loves helping anyone who wants to improve their speaking skills or enhance their pronunciation of English to reach their full communicative potential. Past and current clients include performers of all kinds as well as business executives and managers, legal and medical professionals, journalists, university professors, authors, and students of all ages. 

Danny is fluent in Spanish, and familiar with the phonology and orthography of many European and Asian languages. Regardless of the accent or dialect you need, or the accent or dialect with which you speak, Danny can help: not only to master your target dialect's sounds, pitch use and other nuances, but also to use the dialect as a stepping stone to discovering your innate ability to communicate, or the inner life of your character and text.

As an actor, Danny has performed with New Repertory Theatre, Actors’ Shakespeare Project, The Civilians, Central Square Theatre, The Huntington Theatre Company, American Repertory Theater, Company One, Publick Theatre Boston, and New Perspectives Theatre Company, among others. He has also appeared in independent film and television, including a recurring role on As The World Turns. Danny is known for his versatility and dialect work onstage, and in his one-man show No Room for Wishing, he plays upwards of thirty characters speaking roughly a dozen different dialects and accents. He has also performed as an improvisor, performance poet, stand-up comedian, and musician. As a theatre educator, Danny has taught acting, improv, ensemble devising, public speaking and dramatic literature for children, teens and adults, at public and private schools, theatre companies, and summer camps. Danny has been nominated for four IRNE awards and is a recipient of the David Wheeler Award. He graduated summa cum laude with a BFA in Theatre from Boston University, and studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. He has studied voice, speech and dialects with Paula Langton, Christine Hamel, Nina Pleasants, Gilly Sharpes, Caryll Newnham, and Mitch Chakour. Danny is a member of Actors’ Equity Association.