Who is Dan Reardon?
I grew up just outside of Boston, Massachusetts as the son of two police officers. I was/am very much the black sheep of the family, but they've always been my biggest supporters. My creative life began when I picked up the violin in the fourth grade and began studying piano shortly after that. However, after annoyingly tagging along with my friends to an improv class they were taking in the sixth grade, I realized my real passion was for acting. From then on out, I began studying acting, singing, and dance and took every performing opportunity that came my way. When I graduated high school, I went off to train at Syracuse University’s Department of Drama, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre and was honored with the Becki Ingram Award for Excellence in Acting, Singing, and Dance. Since then, I’ve performed at regional theatres across the country, including North Shore Music Theatre and the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. I am based in New York City and am a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.