Daniel Pinder of NBC’s Chicago PD on the rise

Daniel Pinder is a 25 year old actor that has been dazzling viewers with his recent performances.

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Daniel Pinder is a 25 year old actor that has been dazzling viewers with his recent performances. He is looking like he may be the next mega star in Hollywood. Daniel has played pivotal roles in numerous beloved TV and Film projects including Chicago P.D.

Born in West Point Military Academy, Pinder was a keen sportsman. He competed at a high level in a plethora of sports, including ice hockey and skateboarding.

 It was only after he graduated high school that Daniel decided to pursue acting as a career. Soon after this, he made a conscious decision to find an agent in Chicago – a film making hub – in order to further his career. On the road to becoming a professional actor, he studied in depth the art of acting – he took classes everywhere, from New York to Los Angeles. He was even a apprentice at the prestigious Green Room Studio in Chicago.

After learning all that can be learnt about acting, he chose to try his hand at playing a role. This resulted in him becoming ‘Michael’ in the inaugural season of the world-renowned Chicago P.D, produced mastermind Dick Wolf. Here, Pinder played an edgy skateboarding punk thief. The response was resounding – fans wanted more. Pinder was able to stand out as a bright spark on the show, even with such a talented cast list.

Following his emergence into the acting scene, Pinder then got requested to consult and aid in stunts in the Warner Brothers production “We Are Your Friends”. Here, Pinder’s previous experience from skateboarding as a teen, combined with his role as Michael helped him to advise and coach the likes of Zac Efron and cast on skateboarding and how to perform tricks.

Pinder’s upcoming filmography is looking to be exciting. He will play a lead role – starring as Kai in the long-awaited movie Garrison 7: The Fallen. Here we are sure to see the culmination of Pinders’ years of graft with an inspiring performance. The Garrison 7 cast is an impressive one. It includes actor Mark Rolston from The Shawshank Redemption and Ian Beattie from Game of Thrones. This will be an opportunity for Pinder to demonstrate he is a reliable and versatile actor – he won’t disappoint.

He has also been cast as Isaiah in the action-packed movie “Lincoln Road”. Here, he will be co-starring with the ferocious UFC personality Amanda Nunes, which will certainly bring the best out of each of them. This is in addition to being cast in the upcoming racing movie “Soul Drift”. He is playing the character Connor Russo. Unfortunately, Soul Drift has been postponed indefinitely because of issues with filming due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Daniel Pinder is a well renowned and respected actor, with over 100,000 followers –and this figure is sure to increase in the coming years. His awe-inspiring performances have ensured him roles in Hollywood films, despite still living in the Midwest – a testament to his talent. This is just the start for Pinder – he will be a household name in the not too far distant future. Watch this space.

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