Danny Mulheron is a New Zealand actor, writer, and director who has worked in theatre, television and film.
In 2012 he directed Fresh Meat a horror/comedy film which was released in October 2012. In 2011 he directed "Rage" a television movie about the 1981 Springbok Tour, which was a Finalist in seven categories in the 2012 NZ Television Awards. In 2010 he co-wrote and directed "The Motorcamp" a stage play which is rumoured to have the 2nd to highest box office takings for a New Zealand play. In 2008 he co-directed with his wife and business partner, Sara Stretton, "The Third Richard" a feature length documentary where he tells the story of his Grandfather, a Jewish German composer whose music was banned by the Nazis, rejected in New Zealand and is now being rediscovered. In 2008 and 2010 he directed children's drama series, "Paradise Cafe" for BBC, "Emu" for ITV and "Time Trackers" for Seven Network Australia.
In 2012 he was a Finalist in the New Zealand Television Awards for Best Director Drama and in 2007 he was a Finalist for Best Director Drama in the Qantas Awards.