Daniel Corey

(Founder/Artistic Director - DangerKatt, Writer - Prophet; Moriarty)

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Daniel Corey


Daniel Corey is a director, screenwriter, playwright, and novelist. He has authored screenplays, teleplays, stage plays, two comic series, and a novel.

Daniel spent four years as writer in residence with the New York Acting Ensemble, where 10 of his plays were produced, several of which he directed. Titles included JOGGERS, PSYCHE IN A BOX, STAR OF INDIA, and THE WHITE ROOM.

Daniel has ranked in several distinguished competitions. The screenplay he penned based on his own novel, ELIZABETH KILBRIDE, was a quarterfinalist in Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope Screenwriting Competition. Also, his KING OF THE HILL spec script, titled THE YIDDISH CONNECTION, was a top 10 finalist in Creative Screenwriting's AAA Teleplay Competition, as well as a Second Rounder at the 2006 Austin Film Festival Teleplay Competition. Most recently, the screenplay he wrote based on his comic MORIARTY: THE DARK CHAMBER was a quarterfinalist Coppola's Screenwriting Competition, as well as a Second Rounder at the 2009 Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition.

In 2007, Daniel created DANGERKATT CREATIVE STUDIO, a company that serves as an umbrella for all of his creative endeavors. DANGERKATT has since yielded the comic series PROPHET. PROPHET was made available online as a digital comic in September 2008, and garnered over 200,000 hits in its first quarter. The first volume graphic novel of PROPHET is now available. Current projects include the graphic novel MORIARTY: THE DARK CHAMBER.