Daniel De Bourg biography Born in England, Daniel De Bourg is an English model, actor, dancer, singer and songwriter. Since a very young age, he was heavily influenced by Michael Jackson’s videos, and he took up dancing when he was but 4. Although a dance enthusiast, he was also fronting bands as a teenager. Bourg immersed himself into music when a friend heard him and suggested that he could try singing. Legendary artists like Stevie Wonder and Prince influenced him. He only focussed on his singing career when a knee injury made him take some time off dancing. He began to write songs and soon recorded demos of his singing, grabbing the interest of DreamWorks scout Robbie Robertson. This 2002 high-production album “Tell the World”, released the single “I Need an Angel” which reached number 30 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. Daniel reached the final 12 acts of The X Factor (4th series, 2007). His DDB Mixtape Vol 1: The Prelude, which comprised some of his original and most popular material, won the Best R&B Mixtape 2010 award at The Official Mixtape Awards in 2011. In 2013, Daniel launched “London Bread”. The album featured production from Drake and Boi-1da. The album climbed Top 20 on iTunes worldwide. Training: He graduated top of his class from the Royal Ballet School. Theatre: Daniel has just entered the theatre, and his first work is noticed in Disney’s ALADDIN that opened in the West End (2016). He is part of Pretty Woman: The Musical (2020). TV: His credits include This Morning (2007) and Man O Man (1998). Music: His studio albums include Tell the World (2002); London Bread (2013); X-Play Pt. One (2014) and X-Play Pt. Two (2015). Some of his mixtapes are The DDB Mixtape Volume 1 – The Prelude (2010); The DDB Mixtape Volume 2 – The Bridge (2011); The DDB Mixtape Volume 3 – Outro (2012) and Overdrive (2013).