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Dan Southworth is an actor born in September 2, 1974 in Colorado. He has been acting since 1996.

Depending on when you were born, you may have a differing opinion on what his Star-Making Role is. His first was that of Quantum Ranger Eric Meyers from Power Rangers Time Force in the 90s, while more fans in the 2000s onwards may recognize his voice work as Vergil from Devil May Cry.


Works he has appeared in:

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  • Act of Valor: News Reporter
  • Battleground The Art Of War: Persian General, appearing in the episode "Alexander the Great"
  • Broken Path: Yoshi
  • The Butcher: Traffic Cop (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Charmed: Rat (as Daniel Southworth), appearing in the episode "12 Angry Zen"
  • Crouching Waiter Hidden Chef: Chef
  • Deadliest Warrior: Enemy Soldier, appearing in the episode "Attila the Hun vs. Alexander the Great"
  • Demon Hunter: Guard #1
  • Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening: Vergil (mo-cap and voice) (uncredited)
  • Devil May Cry 4: Credo (mo-cap), Vergil (mocap and voice)
  • Devil May Cry 5: Morrison, Griffon, King Cerberus (mo-cap), Vergil, Urizen (mocap and voice)
  • Divergence: Mark Leonard, appearing in 11 episodes
  • Entry Level: Vince Stallen
  • Escape: Desert Brawler
  • General Hospital Night Shift: Attendant; Kelly, appearing in the episode "Employee of the Month"
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  • Ghost Rock: Wu Chen (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Hellbinders: Tetsuro
  • House of the Dead 2: Nakagawa
  • Kickin' It: Agent 34 (uncredited), appearing in the episode "Spyfall"; Escaped Prisoner (uncredited), appearing in the episode "Karate Games"; Lars' Hired Thug (uncredited), appearing in the episode "Buddyguards"
  • Killing Cupid: Pimp
  • Last Supper: Dan
  • Lethal: William Cowher (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Looking for Bruce: Randy
  • Martial Law: Thug (uncredited), appearing in the episode "Heartless"
  • Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Vergil (his voice in the English version)
  • Mortal Kombat Legacy: Kenshi, appearing in the episodes "Episode #2.1", and "Episode #2.2"
  • Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid: Eric Myers; Quantum Ranger
  • Power Rangers Time Force - Quantum Ranger: Clash for Control: Eric Myers (as Daniel Southworth); Quantum Ranger (as Daniel Southworth)
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  • Power Rangers Time Force: Dawn of Destiny: Eric Myers (as Daniel Southworth); Quantum Ranger (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Power Rangers Time Force: Eric Myers (as Daniel Southworth); Quantum Ranger (as Daniel Southworth), appearing in 28 episodes
  • Power Rangers Time Force: Photo Finish: Eric Myers (as Daniel Southworth); Quantum Ranger (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Power Rangers Time Force: Quantum Ranger video game (his voice) (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Power Rangers Time Force: The End of Time: Eric Myers (as Daniel Southworth); Quantum Ranger (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Power Rangers Wild Force: Eric Myers (as Daniel Southworth); Quantum Ranger (as Daniel Southworth), appearing in the episodes "Reinforcements from the Future: Part 1", "Reinforcements from the Future: Part 2", and "Forever Red"
  • Q: Secret Agent: Cobra
  • Rendezvous: Ron (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Revolution: Trevor (as Daniel Southworth), appearing in the pilot episode
  • Richard III: Infomercial Emcee (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Rocky Road: James (as Daniel Southworth)
  • The Salena Incident: Captain John Bradley (as Daniel Southworth)
  • Sketchy: Agent #2, appearing in the episode "Bourne Again"
  • Stone & Ed: Hung
  • Trailer: The Movie!: Actor
  • U.S. Seals II: Finley (as Daniel Southworth)
  • V.I.P.: Reynaldo, appearing in the episode "Molar Ice Cap"
  • Viewtiful Joe: Battle Carnival: Vergil (his voice)
  • War Wolves: Clay

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