From FALLING SKIES to WAYWARD PINES, Dakota Daulby seems a bit drawn to post-apocalyptic worlds and the rich and rewarding characters that such worlds offer for an actor looking to stretch and grow, and dabble a bit with darker themes. In an exclusive interview, Dakota previews his new character Griffin and what it was like playing in the WAYWARD PINES universe. To read the full article click here.
If you haven’t caught wind of FOX’s hit summer drama, Wayward Pines, you may want to set your DVRs. The show has returned in full force, taking audiences around the world back to the picturesque town. Ahead of tonight’s premiere of the seventh episode of the second season, we spoke with one of the show’s guest stars, Dakota Daulby, as his character, Griffin, joins the rest of the town as
Rising star Dakota Daulby is riveting in this BC-made crime drama, a brutally authentic tale inspired by a true story. Daulby is Jake, a troubled young man who escapes from the care of an abusive uncle and makes his way back to the island home of his older brother Noel (Matthew MacCaull), who lives with his girlfriend Paula (Christie Burke) in the old family farmhouse. Despite the painful memories associated
Daulby, the youngest lead actor nominee in both the short and feature categories, explains why he is grateful to be recognized with the Leo nominations: “It’s definitely an honour to be nominated, and part of a pretty cool group of people. A lot of really reputable actors from Vancouver and Canada so it’s nice to be in the mix with them.” To read the full story click here.
“I couldn’t help but laugh when I learned that Matt and I were nominated together in both categories,” exclaimed Daulby from his Maple Ridge home this morning. “We went through this crazy and exhilarating experience that was “Black Fly,” and then onto “Roar” immediately afterwards. It seems only natural for us to cap it all off and go mano a mano at the Leos!” To read the full article click here.
VANCOUVER, B.C. (May 12, 2015) – Nominations for the 2015 Leo Awards were announced on Monday, May 11th, and among the record number of nominees for this year’s celebration of artistic excellence in B.C. film & television was Vancouver-based actor Dakota Daulby, 20, earning two Best Lead Actor nominations for his roles in the feature film, “Black Fly” and the short film “Roar.” Daulby’s fellow Best Lead Actor nominee, and “Black Fly”