Danny Lemache is a Latin American actor based in the Atlanta area. A graduate of the BFA Musical Theatre program at Montclair State University, he trained, and studied under the guidance of some Broadway veterans such as Jeff Shade, Peter Flynn, Clay James, Mark Hardy and Greg Dlugos.

He was seen in St. Joseph, Michigan as Bernardo in Ghostlight Theatre’s production of West Side Story. Previous credits include Juan Peron in Evita, Joey Storms in Fly by Night and Michael Novak in God of Carnage with the Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre. He also played Lt. Buzz Adams in South Pacific, featuring Broadway’s Rob Gallagher as Emile Debecque and  Ritchie Valens in The Night the Music Died with Texas Family Musicals.

Danny’s mother and father came to the United States from Cali, Colombia and Alausi, Ecuador, respectively. Their journeys led their son to freedom in the exploration of creativity. Born in New Jersey and raised in South Florida, Danny has spent his lifetime performing in theaters and choirs across the country. His goal as an actor is to spark conversation and open people up to the idea of healthy communication.