Daniel Sloss’ 4 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Daniel Sloss is a Scottish comedian, actor, writer, and TV personality. He started his career in his teenage years and is the youngest comedian to perform at London’s West End. He has also appeared on TV shows and has two comedy specials on Netflix.

Daniel has some amazing tattoos on his body. Let us take a look at them and the meanings behind them.

1. Joker Tattoo

Tattoo: The left side of his upper back has a tattoo of the Joker from DC comics.

Meaning: This is the first tattoo that Daniel got. He got the tattoo of the joker because he likes the character. He got into comic books. The tattoo on his back is inspired by Alan Moore’s The Killing Joke and Alan was a standup comedian before he became the Joker. Daniel loved this and also liked the idea that everyone is one bad kick or day away from becoming a mass-murdering psychopath.

2. Tesla Tattoo

Tattoo: The right shoulder of the comedian has a tattoo of Nicola Tesla on it.

Meaning: Daniel got this tattoo of Tesla as he thinks that Nicola Tesla was one of the greatest men to have ever lived. He also got this tattoo because, one of his favorite movies is The Prestige, where David Bowie plays Nicola Tesla.

3. ‘Tigers and Design’ Tattoo

Tattoo: Daniel’s right bicep has a tattoo of two cartoon tigers on it. There is also a tiny design tattooed above the tigers.

Meaning: The tattoo of the tigers represents his love for the cartoon, Calvin and Hobbes. The design represents one of his favorite movies as a child, Drop Dead Fred.

4. Cartoon Tattoo

Tattoo: There is a tattoo of a small boy and a creature on his left bicep.

Meaning: The tattoo of the boy and the creature represents his love for his mother. Daniel’s mom wrote a children’s storybook called “Anthony and the Aardvark” when she was pregnant with him. Daniel’s mother also hates his tattoos so he wanted to see what would happen if he got one for his mother so he got the characters from her book tattooed on him. After seeing the tattoo, she cried and said that it was stupid but sweet.

 

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