Dan Southworth is an accomplished actor with wide experience in feature films, television shows, motion capture, voice over, and commercials. Power Ranger fans know him as Eric Myers, the Quantum Ranger from Power Rangers Time Force. Mortal Kombat fans enjoyed his portrayal of Kenshi in the popular web series Mortal Kombat Legacy 2.
Dan’s popularity among anime fans follows his voice and motion capture role as Vergil in the best-selling video game Devil May Cry 3. Devil May Cry 3.5 was later released so that fans could experience the game as Dan’s character. Dan returned to DMC4 as the motion capture actor for the character Credo and appeared as Vergil once again in DMC4 Special Edition. Devil May Cry 5 is on the horizon. Video gamers have continued to enjoy his work in the games Killzone -Shadow Fall, Battlefield 4, Ninja Gaiden 3, Dark Souls 2, and Resident Evil to name just a few of the many motion capture projects he has performed in.
Dan helped design, execute, and perform action sequences for commercial clients Time Warner, Sony, Discover card and McDonald’s among others and has extended this talent to feature films like The Scorpion King, The Rundown, and Terrance Malick’s The New World. He also took part in James Cameron’s early visualizations of Avatar, and developed action for Neill Blomkamp’s Halo 3 Full Combat web sequences. For the role of Shiro in the new action/syfy film Battle Drone, Dan performs in some of the most innovative action design to date.
Aside from notable television roles in the shows Revolution, Martial Law, Charmed and V.I.P., Dan has also delivered well-received comedic performances in Film Antic’s productions Sauce, Last Supper, the comedy series Sketchy, and as Vince Stallen, horrible boss, in Entry Level along with various comedic characters in Disney Channel’s hit sitcom, Kickin’ It.