Damien Slash is the pseudonym for comedian, voice-artist and actor Daniel Barker.  I originally came up with the pseudonym when I was sixteen to promote my comedy on Myspace.
In 2012 I started broadcasting my comedy characters and writing on my YouTube channel 
After doing 3 live shows at Edinburgh Festival  I was commissioned by the BBC to make The Damien Slash Mixtape Series One & Two for BBC Radio 4. 
What I've Worked On As An Actor
After a doing show at Edinburgh Festival 2015 I went to film my first TV appearance as 'Darren' in Camping,  on Sky Atlantic written and directed by Julia Davis. I  appeared in other roles in Red Dwarf series 11 & 12.  
In 2017 I played a parody you-tuber in PLS LIKE and a gamer geek in Sexy Murder along side Rich Fulcher.  In 2019  also appeared  in Stath Lets Flats, Not Going Out and Fully Blown 
I am the voice of the notorious Silly Sausage toy that has sold ten million units to date and been featured on Johnathon Ross and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. 
I played Zeke Von Genbu in the Nintendo relase of Xenoblade Chronicles 2.  
This year I also appear as Ron Hubbard the pig in the stop frame animation feature film STRIKE and David Walliams audio book SLIME as Slime.
I've collaborated on projects for BBC, RoughCut Productions, Objective Productions, Waner Bros, Roll7, Nintendo, BBC, John Smith Toys, Ardman, Comic Relief and Amazon.
as well as voice acting for the movies, The Look Of Love (2012)'Get Santa’ (2014), & Minions (2014). 
I also performed all the characters for the PlayStation game NOT A HERO from BAFTA award winning game developers Roll 7.
Before comedy I was a music producer signed to EMI Publishing
 I've had the privilege of performing live alongside some of the most exciting acts in live UK comedy, including Aisling Bea, Sean Hughes, Harry Hill, Rob Carter, Jamie Demetriou, Liam Williams, Emma Sidi, Natasia Demetriou, Ellite White, Doc Brown, Doctor Brown, Rich Fulcher,  Colin Hoult, Cardinal Burns, Cariad Loyd, Hugh Dennis, Tim Key, Pappy's Fun Club, David Earl and many more.


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