“Breaking limits and challenging the expected.”
Benjamin Dane developed a foundation in numerous stage productions in Dallas, Texas, where he started working in community theater such as Cornerstone, the Dallas Children’s Theater, and Desert Bloom. He originated a role in the highly successful The Promise, an on-going passion play, and appeared in original dramatic and musical productions including Snow White, Bobby Sox, C.S. Lewis’s The Silver Chair, Peanut Butter and Tofu on Jewish Rye and Eight Days that Changed the World. Stage ignited a desire for film and broadcast roles, leading to his dynamic first impression with small roles in two highly anticipated projects filmed in Texas: Oliver Stone’s JFK and the Emmy Award-winning, Killing in a Small Town, for CBS. This promising start opened opportunities for Ben to tackle leading roles in several independent films and to gain recognition with starring roles in television. Award-winning turns in several films have led to principal roles in major broadcast and film projects. Passionate about story and character, Benjamin has also produced several unique productions, including the highly acclaimed feature film, Beyond the Farthest Star. This independent film experienced sold-out screenings in major markets across the country and is now continuing through other lines of distribution.