Actor Dan Amboyer was born in Detroit and earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University, after graduating from boarding arts high school Interlochen Arts Academy. His New York theater credits include Amy Freed’s "Restoration Comedy," Aeneas in "Dido, Queen of Carthage," Theseus in "These Seven Sicknesses," "The Great Unknown," "Bash’d," Jesus in "For the Love of Christ," the title role in "The Play About the Naked Guy" for Emerging Artists, Rinne Groff’s "Orange Lemon Egg Canary" at PS122 and Orlando in "As You Like It" at the HERE Arts Center.
Amboyer’s regional theater credits include Tom Rockwell in the premiere of "The Eclectic Society" for Philadelphia's Walnut Street Theatre, Augustin Meaulnes in the premiere of "Le Grand Meaulnes" for Pittsburgh's Quantum Theatre, Kenickie in "Grease" for St. Louis' The Muny, Lank in "Crazy for You" for Boston's North Shore Music Theatre, "Henry IV," "Doctor Faustus," "Romeo & Juliet," "Camelot" and "My Fair Lady" for Utah Shakespeare Festival.
On television, Amboyer has recently starred as George White on "Body of Proof." Amboyer has also appeared on "Law & Order" and "All My Children."