Daniel Rey Musician

Daniel Rey (born Daniel Rabinowitz) is an American musician, music producer and songwriter from New York City best known for his work with the Ramones. As a teenager Rey played in punk band Shrapnel, which also featured Dave Wyndorf, later of Monster Magnet. Shrapnel put out a 45 single and an e.p., and played CBGB regularly in their brief career. He first collaborated with the Ramones on their 1984 album Too Tough To Die, where he co-wrote the song "Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)" with Joey Ramone, and from there produced three of the bands albums, Halfway To Sanity, Brain Drain and ¡Adios Amigos!. Rey did all of the guitar work for 9 of the 11 songs on Joey Ramone's 2002 solo album Don't Worry About Me. Rey was also the guitarist for the band Manitoba's Wild Kingdom, which he formed in 1986 with Handsome Dick Manitoba and Andy Shernoff of The Dictators. Wild Kingdom released a version of "New York New York" on the 1988 soundtrack to Mondo New York, before Rey left the band and was replaced by Ross "The Boss" Friedman. He currently plays with The Martinets.

Personal details

Place of birth
New York City, New York, United States of America
Nationality
United States of America
Places lived
New York City , New York
pop. 8,405,837 (2013)

Movie performances

1. Mulholland Drive (2001)

Drama, Mystery, Thriller
played Valet Attendant
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
146.0
, ,
Michael Polaire
,
Neal Edelstein
,
Tony Krantz
36 Show list 10 Show list $15M

Mulholland Drive is a 2001 American neo-noir mystery film, written and directed by David Lynch and starring Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, and Justin Theroux. It tells the story of an aspiring actress named Betty Elms, newly arrived in Los Angeles, California, who meets and befriends an amnesiac woman hiding in an apartment that belongs to Elms's aunt. The story includes several other seemingly unrelated vignettes that eventually connect in various ways, as well as some surreal scenes and images that relate to the cryptic narrative. Originally conceived as a television pilot, a large portion of the film was shot in 1999 with Lynch's plan to keep it open-ended for a potential series. After viewing Lynch's version, however, television executives decided to reject it. Lynch then provided an ending to the project, making it a feature film. The half-pilot, half-feature result, along with Lynch's characteristic style, has left the general meaning of the movie's events open to interpretation. Lynch has declined to offer an explanation of his intentions for the narrative, leaving audiences, critics and cast members to speculate on what transpires.

Awards

2002 ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film
2002 BAFTA Award for Best Editing
2002 César Award for Best Foreign Film
2002 Independent Spirit Award for Best Cinematography
2001 New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Film
2001 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Director
2001 Toronto Film Critics Association Award for Best Director
2001 National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress
2001 National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Film
2001 Cannes Best Director Award

Top cast

Detective Neal Domgaard
Betty Elms, Diane Selwyn
Vincenzo Castigliane
Detective Harry McKnight
Joe Messing
Adam Kesher
Wally Brown
Cookie Park Hotel Manager, Club Silencio M.C.
Camilla Rhodes
Wilkins
Cynthia Jenzen
Kenny
Lorraine Kesher
Backup Singer #2
Irene
Backup Singer #1, Backup Singer #1
Louise Bonner
Laney
Jimmy Katz
Catherine 'Coco' Lenoix
Bondar
Taka
Billy Deznutz
Carol
Nicki Pelazza
Vincent Darby
Ruth Elms
Club Silencio Trumpet Player
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Lesbian
Body swap
Filmmaking
Amy Stofsky
Mulholland Dr.
English, Spanish
United States of America, France

2. Deep Blue Sea (1999)

Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
played Helicopter Pilot
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
105.0
,
Alan Riche
,
Don MacBain
,
Robert Kosberg
,
Tony Ludwig
Wayne Powers
,
Duncan Kennedy
,
Donna Powers
13 Show list $78M

Deep Blue Sea is a 1999 science fiction horror film that stars Saffron Burrows, Thomas Jane, LL Cool J, Michael Rapaport, Stellan Skarsgård and Samuel L. Jackson. The film was directed by Renny Harlin and was released in the United States on July 28, 1999.

Awards

Top cast

Russell Franklin
Jim Whitlock
The Parrot
Carter Blake
Tom Scoggins
Dr. Susan McCallister
Franklin's Boss
Helicopter Co-Pilot
Brenda Kerns
Girl #1
Boy #1
Janice Higgins
Worker
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Deep Blue Sea
English
United States of America, Australia

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