Daniel Kaluuya is a young English actor who has made his mark as both a performer and writer. The London native made his screen debut as a teenager in the highly-regarded BAFTA-winning TV drama "Shoot the Messenger" in '06, which led to several other television roles, including guest appearances on the drama "The Whistelblowers" and the sketch show "Comedy: Shuffle." In 2007 Kaluuya began appearing on the controversial teen dram "Skins" on E4 as Posh Kenneth, the role for which he is perhaps best known. He also worked as staff writer on the show, scripting two episodes. In 2009 he left the program and went on to appear as DJ Ades on the comedy show "FM" and co-starred in the offbeat horror/comedy "Psychoville," continuing to display his range. His star continued to rise in 2011 with a small role in the big-screen spy parody "Johnny English Reborn" and the principal role on the horror/fantasy series "The Fades." He also gained fame for the popular internet parody video "Too Many Weave" in 2009. Kaluuya also had the lead in the award-winning play "Chatroom," and starred in the short film "Baby," which was named best short at the British Independent Film Awards.