Over the past decade, Daniel Sharman has been part of teen shows on MTV and The CW, which has allowed the actor to garner a large young fan following. Most of his fans grew up watching him on TV and over the years have formed a strong connection with Daniel. Well, even after leaving his twenties, Daniel is a massive draw among younger fans, something his new show Medici: The Magnificent benefited massively, and something Netflix series Cursed will be hoping for. Daniel Sharman Plays Weeping Monk in the Netflix Series Cursed https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vxLTdy6PfotA Cursed is the modern retelling of the Arthurian legend. Instead of Arthur, the sword chooses a woman, and the task of fighting tyranny will be on her shoulder. Arthur is not related to the king; he is not a prince, only a mercenary who comes across a young woman with a strong present and tragic future. The show is based on the Arthurian legend characters, but it is based on the graphic novel by Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler. The new Netflix fantasy series follows Nimue, aka Lady of the Lake, who comes in contact with the sword after she is displaced from her home by the Paladin. She is running, but at one point, she needs to stop and fight, and to her aide comes young Arthur. Nimue becomes a beacon of strength and courage among the scared populace who stand with her in her rebellion against King Uther and the Red Paladins. Daniel Sharman plays Weeping Monk in the Netflix series Cursed. Source: Daniel Sharman Instagram Daniel Sharman plays Weeping Monk in the Netflix series Cursed. Weeping Monk is a tormented soul, someone who has seething hate for the Fay, and his only task is to hunt down and kill Fays for the Red Paladins. There have only been glimpses of Weeping Monk in the promotional materials for the show. But Weeping Monk does look like a dangerous adversary for Nimue and Arthur. Netflix is releasing the new fantasy series on 17 July 2020. Cursed cast members include Katherine Langford as Nimue, Devon Terrell as Arthur, Gustaf Skarsgard as Merlin, Peter Mullan as Father Carden, Lily Newmark as Pym, Shalom Brune-Franklin as Morgan le Fay, Daniel Sharman as Weeping Monk, with Sebastian Armesto and Emily Coates also appearing. Starring in Teen Wolf and The Originals \u2013 Spotlight Shone Bright on Daniel Sharman Daniel Sharman starred in the second and third season of the series Medici. Source: Daniel Sharman Instagram Daniel Sharman started his acting career in 2003, but the characters which made him a staple in pop culture were Isaac Lahey and Kaleb Westphall in Teen Wolf and The Originals, respectively. Those two teen-targeted shows made Daniel famous among younger audiences. Even though most of the time, his characters posed irredeemable qualities, fans still loved the passion he brought to each of his characters. He was asked about his time on the two shows, and the actor said he collected friends after joining the cast of those two series. Daniel said he was still close with his co-stars from those MTV and The CW days, and when asked who would win out in a fight between Isaac and Kaleb, Daniel was diplomatic in saying they both had great qualities to win in their own terms. But teen shows are not the only thing Daniel Sharman is known for. He joined the cast of Fear the Walking Dead in 2017 to play the sadistic Troy Otto. He also led the second and third season of the popular period drama series Medici. Gathering experiences and notches on his belt, Daniel Sharman has been one of the most interesting British imports of the past decade. Get to Know Daniel Sharman Daniel Sharman is a 34 year old actor from London, England. Source: Daniel Sharman Instagram Daniel Sharman was born on 25 April 1986 to his parents in London, England. From a young age, Daniel showed an aptitude for acting. He was only nine years old when he was selected out of hundreds of children to appear in the Royal Shakespeare Company. On the education part, the Weeping Monk actor was sent to Mill Hill School, a boarding school. While going to school, he was also training to become a better actor at Arts Educational School. His early days were spent appearing in school and local stage plays, but he was also showing interest in being in front of the camera. After three years in the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, he graduated with a Bachelor\u2019s in Arts degree and formally started his career in show business. Now, the actor boasts a diverse filmography and over three million followers on his Instagram page. Before you leave, make sure to visit Celebs In-depth for detailed analysis on your favorite stars and shows.