Daniel Sharman or Daniel Andrew Sharman (born April 25, 1986) is an English actor from Hackney, London. He's best known for his role as "Ares" in the 2011 fantasy film Immortals and as “Isaac Lahey” in the MTV supernatural drama series Teen Wolf.
Daniel Sharman started acting as a child at the age of nine. He auditioned for the Royal Shakespeare Company and was selected out of hundreds of other children. Sharman attended the private boarding school Mill Hill School, where he was known as “Dan Sharman” and also the Arts Educational School, both in London. During his school years, he acted in the play “Kvetch” that made it to the famous Edinburgh Fringe festival. For three years, from 2004 to 2007, Sharman studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, gaining a bachelor of arts degree in acting.
Sharman's first feature film role was in the independent film The Last Days of Edgar Harding, in which he played a musician. In 2010, he was cast as Ares, the Greek god of war, in the fantasy film The Immortals with Mickey Rourke, Kellan Lutz, and Henry Cavill among others; the film was released in 2011.
Sharman's television credits include a recurring role in two episodes of The Nine Lives of Chloe King as "Zane", and roles in Inspector Lewis, Robin Pilcher's television film Starting Over, and one episode of Judge John Deed. He also starred in Funny or Die’s The Sexy Dark Ages with Shawn Pyfrom and Robert Englund. Currently, Daniel Sharman had a recurring role as werewolf "Isaac Lahey" in MTV's supernatural drama series, Teen Wolf. Sharman also appeared in horror film The Collection (2012).