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Dan Futterman

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Daniel Futterman (born June 8, 1967) is an American actor and screenwriter. Although he is known for several high-profile acting roles, including Val Goldman in the film The Birdcage, and Vincent Gray on the CBS television series Judging Amy, he is also a screenwriter. In 2005, he wrote the screenplay for the film Capote for which he received an Academy Award nomination and an Independent Spirit Award, Boston Society of Film Critics award, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association award. Description above from the Wikipedia article Daniel Futterman, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​


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Nascut:
Jun 8, 1967 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Aparitii in Filme/Seriale:
24
Primul film:
In series Today 1952-01-14
Ultimul film:
Film Hello I Must Be Going 2012-09-07
Cunoscut pentru
Poster of Hello I Must Be Going
Poster of Urbania
Poster of Will & Grace
Poster of Daughters of Privilege
Filme in care a jucat
Film Hello I Must Be Going David 2012-09-07
Film Political Animals Alex Davies 2012-07-15
Film A Mighty Heart Daniel Pearl 2007-01-01
Serial Brothers and Sisters Unknown 2006-09-24
Serial Related Unknown 2005-10-05
Film Enough Joe 2002-05-24
Film Urbania Charlie 2000-01-24
Serial Judging Amy Vincent Gray 1999-09-19
Serial Will & Grace Unknown 1998-09-21
Film When Trumpets Fade Despin 1998-06-27
Film Thicker Than Blood Griffin Byrne 1998-05-31
Film 1999 Rufus Wild 1998-01-01
Film Shooting Fish Dylan 1997-08-22
Film Far Harbor Brad 1996-11-22
Film Breathing Room David 1996-11-08
Film The Birdcage Val Goldman 1996-03-08
Serial New York News Unknown 1995-09-28
Film Tracey Ullman Takes on New York Peter Levine 1993-10-09
Film Class of '61 Shelby Peyton 1993-04-12
Serial Homicide: Life on the Street Unknown 1993-01-31
Film Big Girls Don't Cry... They Get Even Josh 1992-05-08
Film The Fisher King punk 1991-09-09
Film Daughters of Privilege Ballard Moss 1991-03-17
Serial Today Unknown 1952-01-14