Danny Young (born 7 November 1986 in Essex) is an English actor.
He is best known for his portrayal of Warren Baldwin on the popular long-running soap Coronation Street, and for his participation in the celebrity ice skating show Dancing on Ice.
Young appeared on Coronation Street, playing Warren Baldwin from August 2004 to August 2005, until dropped by the show's bosses due to the character's storyline coming to an end.
Young then returned to the soap for several episodes in 2006.
Before appearing on Coronation Street and given a regular role, Young played Dean in Out of Control which won him the Best Young Actor award in the drama category (2002), and Ricardo on the CBBC series Kerching! He also had roles in "The Vice" (2003), the award-winning Gone (2003) (a short film) and Wall of Silence (2004).
He has since gone onto appear in the horror film Exposé (2009), the directorial début by Martin Kemp from Spandau Ballet, and The Rapture released in 2010.
Also in 2010, he co-produced and starred in the horror film Stalker, which was again directed by Martin Kemp.
In 2010, Young participated in the fifth series of the ITV1 show Dancing on Ice with professional skater Frankie Poultney. He was eliminated on 14 March 2010 during prop week after he lost out to Hollyoaks' Kieron Richardson and his professional partner Brianne Delcourt because of the "damn hat" to quote Christopher Dean, after Young dropped his hat during his skate off performance.
In 2006, Danny participated in the British football television series The Match.
In 2007, Danny participated in Celebrity United football matches, along with footballing professionals and showbusiness personalities to support various national and local charities.
I hadn't realised that they were a couple, I thought he was dating someone else from DOI!
Happiest girl in the world @samattwater has put the sparkliest diamond on my finger.
Brianne Delcourt is partnered with Alex Beresford on Dancing On Ice 2018 and has admitted she’d like to win the show after getting a taste of it with East Enders star Sam Attwater in 2011.