Fadhil Daud is an actor, educator and director. He graduated from NUS Theatre Studies Honours with Distinction. As a performer, his theatrical works include Candide (W!LD RICE), Anak Melayu (Teater Kami), SKIN (Toy Factory) and Pretty Butch (M1 Fringe Festival). He also acts for the camera, appearing in commercials for Microsoft, Canon and Coffee Meets Bagel as well as in shows such as KIN (Mediacorp) and Sophia (Adara Pictures). As an educator and director, he works extensively with pre-schoolers and secondary school students to put up productions including for the Singapore Youth Festival. He is also a founding member of Split Theatre, a theatre collective that puts up original works using a unique devising process.