1997: Won CAV Campus Comedy Competition (VIC) and toured for 12 weeks (1 gig per week) with Merrick and Rosso
1995, 1996, 1997, 1998: Wrote and performed in the Monash Players Comedy Revue. Co-directed 1998.
2002-present: Member of The Crew, performing improvised comedy and music most Sunday nights as part of Impro Sundae. Also occasionally hosts, and maintains the web site. Daniels work with The Crew also includes gigs for private organizations, including schools (primary and secondary), corporations and special events.
1997-present: Perform stand-up at various venues around Melbourne, including The Local and The Comics Lounge
2004: Performed improv in San Francisco with the BATS troupe
2005: Musical Co-director of Mark Watsons 2005 years in 2005 minutes
2005: Improvised comedy performances with Andrew McClelland, Lawrence Leung, Claire Hooper and guests at the Phat Cave as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
2005: Performed stand-up at the New York Improv and was a finalist in the monologue competition at Bowery Poetry Club
2005: Performed Improv with New Yorks Gotham City Improv troupe
2006: Regular appearances on The Breakfast Show Live with Emma Race, Justin Kennedy and Declan Fahey as resident computer geek
2006: Composed and recorded the musical numbers for Melbourne International Comedy Festival show “Fran and Roxanne are Best Friends” starring Lou Pardi and Jacky Claff
2006: Created titles, animation and opening music for Adam McKenzie’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival show, “I Know You Are, But What Am I”
2006: Co-created (with Robert Lloyd and Brian Hurley), hosted and accompanied “The Crew Presents: Instant Musical Odyssey”, an improvised musical extravaganza and part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival
2006: Participated in the Green Faces comedy competition
April 2008: Producer and source of creative guidance for Give My Regards to Broady, one of the surprise hits of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
May 2008: Begin writing answers to reader questions for the rather popular Gorsky’s web site
April 2009: Video producer and occasional advice-giver for Karin Muiznieks’ surreal and hilarious wartime musical epic World War Wonderful
July 2009: Trained by Al Gore at the Asia-Pacific Climate Summit to present the “Inconvenient Truth” presentation, and gave the presentation to a crowd of Telstra “Eco Champs” (some via hi-def video link – cool!)
August 2009: Co-creator and performer in Mark Watson’s sold-out five-star installation megalith The Hotel
November 2009: Created, produced, co-wrote and co-starred in Laughmageddon II: The Copenghagening, the world’s first official sketch-comedy version of “An Inconvenient Truth”, one-night-only at Trades Hall, Melbourne as a fund-raiser for the Australian Conservation Foundation’s “Road to Copenhagen” campaign.