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Danny Fehsenfeld is a minor actor on How to Get Away with Murder, who portrays the role of Athletic Director.

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Danny is an actor, singer/songwriter, public speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Soap fans know him as "Gil" on The Young & The Restless. YouTube lists his views at over 100 million in the last 2 years alone. His campaign this past year for the Swedish bank Nordnet went viral and according to Adweek, set the entire new trend in advertising globally for "truth in advertising". It was featured on Good Morning America along with Ving Rhames for Arbys/Pepsi and Anna Kendrick for New Castle, as well as Buzzfeed and 100's of other sites and news channels globally. As a singer, Danny's voice can be heard on recordings behind Celine Dion, Brian McKnight, John Legend, Patti LaBelle, Natalie Cole, The Backstreet Boys, Joss Stone, Gavin Degraw, and Wyclef Jean . He has also performed on-stage with Twila Paris, Kathy Mattea, John Tesh, Steven Bishop, and John Debney. Danny sang the theme song to Steven Bochco's "City of Angels" with composer Mike Post, has voiced over 30 characters for popular video games, and can be heard regularly on numerous musical and animation recordings including most recently for the movie "Bigfoot" and also as Liev Schreiber's voice match for the Sony/Columbia trilogy "The 5th Wave". As a singer and pianist, he spent 3 years leading the praise band at the Crystal Cathedral, appearing regularly on "The Hour of Power". He is also a highly sought after speaker at conferences, concerts, and special events.[1]

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