Daniel J. Watts

People’s Light debut. Theatre Includes: Eight Broadway shows including Hamilton, In The Heights and Memphis. An accomplished spoken word artist, in 2012 Watts launched WattsWords Productions. Daniel J. Watts’ The Jam, an homage to his great grandmother who made homemade jam from scratch and gave away what she couldn’t eat herself, is a spoken word/storytelling experience fusing a live band, song, dance and multimedia where Watts encourages audiences to focus on social similarities opposed to differences. Film/Television Includes: Recurring roles on Tracy Morgan’s upcoming TBS comedy The Last O.G., NBC’s Blindspot and HBO’s Vinyl; The Good Wife (CBS); Blue Bloods (CBS); Odd Mom Out (Bravo); The Night Of (HBO); Boardwalk Empire (HBO); Person of Interest (CBS); Broad City (Comedy Central); and Smash (NBC). Film credits include Breakup at a Wedding; Among Brothers; and Freedom. Watts served as an adjunct professor of NYU’s Tisch New Studio. He teaches his own course on how to truly engage in one’s self in order to contribute meaningful and personal artistic work. Training: BFA, Elon University Music Theatre Program. 2011 Young Alumnus Award Recipient. Website: www.wattswords.com @dwattswords