Daniel Sharman was born in London, England on April 25, 1986. He worked as an actor at The Royal Shakespeare Company before going on to train for three years at The London Academy of Dramatic Art in 2007. He lives in Los Angeles.
Daniel stared in the hit film Immortals, as Ares, with Mickey Rourke, Freida Pinto and Henry Cavill for director Tarsem Singh.
He co-stared in the 2012 horror flick The Collection with Josh Stewart and Teen Wolf's Eaddy Mays. He also stared in a 2013 movie, Daniel shared the screen with Bill Nighy, Sharon Stone and Faye Dunaway in The Beauty of Sharks.
His television credits include The Nine Lives of Chloe King, Inspector Lewis, Starting Over and Judge John Deed. He can also be seen in the 2011 comedic short The Sexy Dark Ages.
Daniel was the second Teen Wolf cast member to appear on The Nine Lives of Chloe King, the first being Colton Haynes.
After leaving Teen Wolf, he went to take on the role of Kaleb, a young man possessed by the vampire, Kol Mikaelson in The Originals.
Sharman asked leave after Season 3B but asked Jeff Davis not to kill off his character so that he could return the series to continue Isaac's journey if the opportunity came around.