Danny's partners while on So You Think You Can Dance? include Anya Garnis, Lauren Gottlieb, Neil Haskell, Sara VonGillern, Sabra Johnson, and Lacey Schwimmer.
In August of 2006, Danny performed with the Debbie Allen Dance Academy in Los Angeles the Broadway show "The Bayou Legend".
In August of 2005, Danny went to the American Ballet Theater's program in Bermuda to attend as a guest teacher.
Danny has been formally trained in dance styles such as ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, and floor gymnastics.
Danny states that in his free time he likes to work on making his magazine.
Danny states that his most memorable dance experience so far was dancing on the Metropolitan Opera house stage, with the American Ballet Theater.
Danny states that in ten years he would like to be working creatively or working in any of his main interests, music, dance, or fashion.
As a result of being on So You Think You Can Dance? Danny would like to have all the different styles of dance he has performed on the show under his belt.
When Danny was 15 he danced on Debbie Allen shows at a Kennedy Center.
Danny's favorite professional dancers include his brother Travis Wall, Nick Lazzarini, Ratsa Thomas, and Dana Wilson.
In May of 2005 Danny worked alongside choreographer Lauren Adams on the show Moving Still.
Danny states that his favorite routine that he performed on So You Think You Can Dance? was the Samba with Lacey Schwimmer.
In 2002, Danny received the silver medal at the Jackson International Ballet Competition.
In 2001, Danny won Second Place at the International Ballet Competition in Shangai, China.
Danny was voted off So You Think You Can Dance? August 16, 2007 as runner-up.
Danny's brother Travis is season 2's So You Think You Can Dance? runner-up. Danny also recognizes his brother as the only professional dancer besides himself in his family.
Danny states that he categorizes his dance style as Contemporary with a ballet background.
Danny started dancing when he was ten years old.
Danny: When I was little I got into a lot of trouble, and getting into dance really got me out of that.
(When asked what he whats to do in the future)
Danny: I don't mind if I'm in front of the camera or behind the camera, I just really want to work in production.
Danny: What America doesn't know about me is that I have a crazy obsession with sun glasses.