Daniel Eghan

About Daniel Eghan

Who is it?: Actor, Sound Department
Birth Day: January 01, 1803
Died On: 16 October 1870(1870-10-16) (aged 67)\nWatsons Bay, New South Wales
Preceded by: William Edward Thurlow
Succeeded by: George Thorton

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Daniel Eghan was born on January 01, 1803, is Actor, Sound Department. Educated in England and London, UK based since 1980. Daniel speaks three languages; English, Czech and Slovak. He formally trained at Goldsmith's, University of London, he formally trained dancer and actor. He originally focused on his dancing career and work for Rainbow entertainments for 4 years (in the 90's) as a Contemporary, Jazz and Pop dancer, now specializing in Hip Hop.He is now concentrating on his acting and has done a variety of roles from being in the background to specializing on speaking roles. To some of his fellow artistes know as being very hard working and very committed to his roles in the filming industry.Daniel Eghan is a Spotlight registered actor (https://www.spotlight.com/3414-5618-9941) and is keen to pursue his acting through film and television media.
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Egan was born in Windsor, New South Wales and was a foreman at the Government Dockyards, Sydney from 1824 to its closure in 1835. He then went into Business and acquired several trading vessels but went bankrupt in 1843 and later became a wine and spirit merchant. He became an alderman of the Sydney City Council on its creation in 1842, rising to mayor in 1853. He purchased two 40-acre (16 ha) blocks of land in Beacon Hill in 1857.


Egan was elected to the Legislative Council on 1 April 1854, representing the Pastoral District of Maneroo. In April 1856 he was elected at the first election to the Legislative Assembly, representing Maneroo, which was renamed Monaro in 1858. From 1859 to 1869 he represented Eden and from 1870 to his death he represented Monaro. From 27 October 1868 until his death he was the Postmaster-General of New South Wales.