Daniel DeWeldon - biography

Actor from United States of America

Daniel Felix DeWeldon is an American actor, screenwriter, director and producer. DeWeldon is a native of the Washington, D.C. and Newport, Rhode Island area. He is the son of the late sculptor Felix de Weldon, known for the Marine Corps War Memorial statue of the flag raising at Iwo Jima. As an actor, DeWeldon's theatrical debut was in the 1999 Los Angeles production of David Rabes Streamers, receiving the Los Angeles Times Critics Choice. Daniel completed a six-year theatrical masters program under Uta Hagen, Michael Arabian and Howard Fine. In 2003, DeWeldon presented himself to the legendary Actors Studio and garnered the prestigious title of Lifetime Member under Al Pacino, Martin Landau and Mark Rydell. In 2006, he starred in The Actors Studio presentation of Death of a Salesman. Daniel DeWeldon went on to produce, direct and star in the 2003 LA production of Edward Albees’ The Zoo Story. In 2007 DeWeldon then produced and starred in the Los Angeles play, Danny and The Deep Blue Sea with Deborah Dir. This revival of the classic John Patrick Shanley play ran for six months and received twelve acclaimed Critics Choice. At the 29th Annual LA Weekly Theater Awards Danny & The Deep  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Daniel Felix DeWeldon
Place of birth
Baltimore
Nationality
United States of America
Parents
Felix de Weldon
Profession
Actor

Performances

Year Performance Character
2012 Amsterdam Toni

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