Damian made his feature film debut as an actor in the Garry Marshall-directed comedy Young Doctors in Love. Later followed a recurring role for two seasons on NBC's The Facts of Life. After leaving "The Young and the Restless," Damian landed the starring role in the Broadway production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The production became the highest grossing revival in Los Angeles history, before hitting Broadway, where it continued to break box office records as well as earning Damian a Grammy nomination.
In addition to his Broadway career, Damian has released 5 albums and has had 8 top 40 hits including his #1 single "Rock On", which earned him his first gold record. He also won a BMI Song-writing Award for his hit single, "Was It Nothing at All". His first release, "She Did It," was a remake of a #23 hit from 1977 by singer/songwriter Eric Carmen.
Damian made his feature film directorial debut with the award winning indie comedy Hot Tamale, which he co-wrote with his family. He went on to write and direct the family dramedy Moondance Alexander, released by Fox in October 2007.
Damian reprised the role of "Danny Romalotti" on The Young and the Restless in March 2008, as part of the show's 35th anniversary celebration.
1 - Rock On (1989)
24 - Was It Nothing It All? (1989)
31 - Cover Of Love (1989)
60 - What A Price To Pay (1991)
69 - She Did It (1981)