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Birth NameDaniel Lloyd Davey Height5' 5" (1.65 m) SpouseToni (31 October 2005 - present) 1 child Trade MarkHe is renowned for his vocal range.TriviaLead vocalist of black metal band "Cradle of Filth.".Has a daughter named Luna (b. February 8, 1999) with his long-time girlfriend Toni.His influences are Slayer, Venom, Sisters of Mercy, Iron Maiden, Bauhaus, Judas Priest, Emperor, Destruction, The Misfits, Paradise and Cathedral.Had the choice to become a journalist or to pursue a career in music.He has three cats named Lilith, Mushka and Rumble (one of which is missing a leg).Has the ability to sing very "clean and clearly" but chooses a "dirty screaming" style because it fits better with the sound of Cradle of Filth.Previous bands were PDA, The Lemon Grove Kids and Feast of Excrement.His favorite musical bands are Judas Priest, Emperor, Destruction, Slayer, Iron Maiden, The Misfits and Paradise Lost.He appeared during the final season of Bam Margera's MTV series Viva La Bam, in an episode involving a stolen Hummer and a Cradle of Filth concert in Pennsylvania. The episode featured a portion of Cradle performing the song "Nemesis" from the album Nymphetamine.He appeared on the Roadrunner United CD in 2005, providing vocals on "Dawn of a Golden Age".He has, along with Gavin Baddeley, co-written a book called The Gospel of Filth: A Black Metal Bible.He legally changed his name to Dani Filth by deed poll.He went to a private school and hated having to attend on Sundays.He wrote a column for the magazine Metal Hammer called "Dani's Inferno".One of the reasons he decided to make music was his fascination with its influence on people.Dani Filth is the only remaining member of the band's original line-up, and has been accused by former members of regarding it almost as his own solo project ("Dani and the Filths", according to ex-keyboard player Les "Lecter" Smith).