Daniel Dunlow is a celebrated host, actor, entertainer, director, and theatrical impresario. As an actor, he has appeared in off-broadway companies, regional premieres, national tours, symphonies, and new musicals in development. As a nightclub host, performer, director, and presenter, he has worked with Kathleen Turner, Eva Noblezada, Josh Groban, Alice Ripley, Frankie Grande, Katharine McPhee, Frances Ruffelle, Tony Yazbeck, and many others. He has multiple BroadwayWorld Cabaret Awards & Nominations, including Best Show, and a nomination for Best Host/Emcee. He has been deemed "the future of the Cabaret art" by Times Square Chronicles. He has appeared in film and tv musicals (Hello, Again, AVByte), as well as hosting events for celebrities and charities. In 2017, at the age of 22, Dunlow led a team to create The Green Room 42, broadway's new, funky cabaret club. The New York Times called it "Broadway's new off-night hotspot." There he has presented over 1000 shows, featuring the talents of over 20,000 broadway, off-broadway, and national performers.