Daniel Talbott

Daniel Talbott

Talbott is an actor, director and playwright – three talents he brings together at Rising Phoenix Rep Theater Company of New York City. Their productions such as Slipping at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre draw small audiences for intimate productions like these.

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Early Life and Education

Daniel Talbott was born in 1724 and later raised orphaned after both of his parents passed away, taking up residence with their uncles, the Neales. Daniel rose to become an important citizen in his region owing several taverns as well as becoming town trustee.

Scarcity (Rattlestick/piece by piece), AZAK, Mike and Seth, Lake Water, Someone Brought Me, Eightythree Down. He co-founded Echo Theater Company and joined Actors Studio.

His work often focused on families – both biological and created through friendship. Last fall he directed Balancin Production’s Follow, an adaptation of Beckett that tracks three family members as they visit an elderly relative over several days.

Professional Career

Talbott was the scion of an influential North Carolina family and established New Yorker Films as a means to expose audiences to cutting-edge foreign and independent movies – thus helping shape the sensibilities of generations of Upper West Siders.

His passion for theatre began early, when he auditioned for San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theatre Center’s Young Conservatory program and won full scholarships to both schools. Much of his playwrighting focuses on families; for instance, 2011 Lambda Literary Award finalist Slipping, explores one such household.

He’s also an award-winning director, sitting on the lit team of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and serving as artistic director of Lucille Lortel and NYIT Award-winning Rising Phoenix Rep. His credits as a director include Scarcity, Mike and Seth Yosemite AZAK What Happened When and Someone Brought Me.

Achievement and Honors

Talbott has won multiple Innovative Theatre Awards for directing. His work with Rising Phoenix has challenged audiences in ways they may have never expected; such as Yosemite being staged in an East Village bar’s back room.

Talbott wrote and directed this play featuring Merritt Wever, Will Pullen and Chris Stack; she also served as writer. Following this play was her indie feature Midday Black Midnight Blue with Sam Soule as lead actor.

Talbott, an award-winning theater producer and writer for television shows like ABC’s The Conners and Spike TV’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist novella respectively. Additionally, Summer is under option with Sonar Entertainment while Rome Georgia at WIPP remains in development.

Personal Life

Talbott has served in marketing, finance, and sales roles at Curbell Plastics; serving as vice president for stock shapes and custom fabricated plastic components at one point. Additionally, he has held board membership roles at multiple companies and enjoys theater as much as his family does.

He is an award-winning theatre producer, serving on both the Literary Management staff at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and Rising Phoenix Rep as Artistic Director; also an Echo Theater Company member and Juilliard graduate, his directing credits include Scarcity, Yosemite, Slipping Lake Water Eightythree Down Mike Seth Someone Brought Me

Talbott was not only passionate about art but was also a dedicated Scout leader – holding three Eagle ranks over 32 years.

Net Worth

Talbott is an award-winning theater producer with Lucille Lortel and Obie Awards to his name. He serves on the lit team at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and serves as artistic director at Rising Phoenix Rep. His plays include Slipping, AZAK Yosemite What Happened When Mike Seth Extraordinary Things Gray (YOUR NAME HERE).

Rachel Talbott was an influential YouTube beauty & DIY vlogger before they married in 2007. Together they have two sons named Oliver and Isaiah. When not working he enjoys surfing, hiking and playing guitar. Additionally he enjoys cooking – creating The Cooking Actor blog. His net worth is estimated at $5 Million while TwotheT Productions Inc is his food truck company partner alongside Rachel.

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