Fogler established himself in his Broadway debut as William Barfée in the Broadway musical hit The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. His performance won Fogler a Tony Award. Many fans however will know his as the loveable No-Maj, Jacob Kowalski, in the J.K. Rowling adaptation of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find .
His television credits include recurring roles on ABC’s The Goldbergs, NBC’s Hannibal, CBS’ The Good Wife and voice work for FOX’s American Dad. Fogler also had a starring role in ABC’s Secrets & Lies.
In his film career, Fogler starred as Randy Daytona in 2007’s Balls Of Fury for Focus Features, and in Lionsgate’s Good Luck Chuck, Fogler also had roles in Fanboys, Take Me Home Tonight, Scenic Route, Europa Report and of course he'll be reprised his role in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. He's also done a variety of voiceover acting in films such as; Horton Hears A Who! along with Steve Carell and Jim Carrey, Free Birds with Owen wilson and Woody Harelson and 2009’s Kung Fu Panda, with Jack Black and Jackie Chan.
Dan wrote and directed Hysterical Psycho (2009) which premiered at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival, featuring actors from his theater company Stage 13 where Dan serves as one of the company’s Artistic Directors. Hysterical Psycho was the genesis for the Moon Lake series which spawned Fogler’s foray into the world of graphic novels. Dan also wrote & directed Don Peyote (2014) which saw him in the lead role as Warren Allman, with supporting roles from Josh Duhamel, Anne Hathaway, Topher Grace, and of course, Jay Baruchel. In 2010 Archaia Comics published the horror anthology Moon Lake. This collection of stories chronicles the past, present, and future of the most haunted town on Earth, Moon Lake. Dan is also hard at work on even more Moonlake tales to round out an Omnibus released with Chapterhouse Publishing in January 2019 as well as a follow up to his release of another graphic novel, Brooklyn Gladiator Volume Zero in April 2018.