Who is Dan Futterman?
Daniel Paul Futterman was born in Silver Springs, Maryland USA, on June 8, 1967 – his zodiac sign is Gemini and he holds American citizenship. He is an actor and screenwriter, who might be best known for writing the screenplay for the biopic “Capote”, which starred Philip Seymour Hoffman, Clifton Collins Jr. and Catherine Keener, and is about Truman Capote who, while writing his book “Ice Blood” about the murder of a Kansas family, becomes close to one of the killers, Perry Smith who is on death row – the film won 60 awards including an Oscar, and was nominated for 87 other awards while Dan received an Independent Spirit Award as well as a Boston Society of Film Critics Award.
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Early life and education
Dan was raised in Larchmont, New York, alongside his two siblings by their mother Linda who was a psychoanalyst and their father Stanley Futterman who was a lawyer – Linda and Stanley urged their children to focus on their education and obtain university degrees.
Dan attended Mamaroneck High School where he became interested in both acting and writing, while playing sports and playing for the school football team. He enrolled at Mamaroneck in 1985, then enrolled at Columbia University from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1989.
Dan made his first film appearance in 1991, when he played Ballard Moss in the drama “Daughters of Privilege” which didn’t get much attention, but the same year he played The Second Punk in the critically acclaimed comedy-drama “The Fisher King”. , which starred the late Robin Williams and Jeff Bridges.
The year 1992 saw him play supporting character Tom in the ensemble comedy “Passed Away”, which was both written and directed by Charlie Peters, while he also played Josh in the comedy ” Big Girls Don’t Cry… They Get Even” in the same year. The year 1993 saw him play one of the main characters, Shelby Payton, in the action-adventure drama “Class of ’61”, which also starred Christien Anholt and Andre Braugher, and which concerns about three cadets and friends who split up after the start of the Civil War.
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Dan also appeared as Peter Levine in the comedy special “Tracey Ullman Takes on New York”.
He won a joint Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for his performance in the comedy “The Birdcage”, and some of his next roles were in the horror film “Breathing Room”. , the crime comedy “Shooting Fish,” and the drama “Thicker Than Blood.” In 1998, Dan played Doug Despin in the movie “When Trumpets Fade” and in 2000 starred as Charlie in the independent drama “Urbania.” .
2002 saw Dan play the role of Joe in the thriller ‘Enough’, based on the novel ‘Black and Blue’ written by Anna Quindlen, and two years later he appeared in the Canadian film ‘Gerald L’ Esquire: A Filmmaker’s Journey”.
Three of his most recent film roles have been as Daniel Pearl in the 2007 drama “A Mighty Heart,” the comedy-drama “Hello I Must Be Going” in which he played David in 2012, and the crime thriller biopic “Kill the Messenger” in 2014, which saw him portray Leo Wolinsky.
Roles in television series
Dan’s first notable performance in a television series was in 1992, when he played the role of Alan in a single episode of the soap opera “Another World”, and three years later he starred in the episode “New York News” from the eponymous drama. .
1997 saw him portray Seth in the episode “Caroline and the Cold Sesame Noodles” of the sitcom “Caroline in the City”, while he gained recognition in 1999 when he was cast as Vincent Gray, one of the film’s main characters. legal drama ‘Judging Amy’, which also starred Amy Brenneman, Tyne Daly and Karle Warren, and is about three generations of women living together – the series was a huge hit as it won 13 awards and was nominated for 47 others, including three Golden Globes.
Dan then guest starred in single episodes of the crime procedural series “Homicide: Life on the Street” and the romantic comedy “Sex and the City.” and in 2003 appeared in four episodes of the critically acclaimed sitcom “Will & Grace.” In 2005 and 2006, Dan played Danny in nine episodes of the comedy-drama ‘Related’, while his most recent role on a TV series was in 2012 as Alex Davies in four episodes of the comedy miniseries. “Political Animals”. .
Editing and production of credits
In 2010, Dan wrote seven episodes of the HBO drama “In Treatment”, while also serving as the show’s executive producer – the story follows a psychotherapist who, after beginning to doubt his abilities, begins to see his old man again. therapist.
The series was a success, winning seven awards including a Golden Globe, while it was nominated for 41 others.
Dan went on to write and produce ten episodes of the 2014 crime drama series “Gracepoint,” which follows the police investigation into the death of a young boy found on a beach in a small California beach town. That same year, he wrote the biographical true-crime sports drama “Foxcatcher,” and for which Dan was nominated for both an Academy Award and a WGA Award for Best Original Screenplay.
In 2018, he produced 10 episodes of “The Looming Series”, which was based on the eponymous book written by Lawrence Wright in 2006.
Wife Anya Epstein
Dan met writer and producer Anya Epstein in late 1999, on the set of the crime drama “Homicide: Life on the Street,” and the two began dating a few days later after Dan asked Anya to date – Anya is the sister of baseball executive Theo Nathaniel Epstein and the granddaughter of Philip G. Epstein, the screenwriter behind the evergreen romantic drama ‘Casablanca.’ Dan and Anya were married in a small ceremony attended by their closest friends and family on September 23, 2000, and in 2001 Anya gave birth to their daughter Sylvie, while their second daughter Eve followed in 2005.
Dan has not spoken of any other women he may have dated before meeting Anya, but it is believed he was in a long-term relationship with his college girlfriend and they broke up after three years spent together. As of September 2020, Dan is married to Anya and has two daughters.
Hobbies and other interests
Dan likes to act in plays and in an interview he gave to Carol Deegan on May 19, 1998 he said how he could devote his life entirely to acting if there was nothing but the money. inside.
He was more or less athletic during his 20s and 30s, as he occasionally played tennis and golf with his friends, whereas he rarely plays anything today – he hits the gym once or twice a day. week just to stay in shape.
He likes to listen to pop and rock music because it helps him relax, and his favorite bands are AC/DC and Guns ‘n’ Roses.
Dan has his own favorite actors and actresses, including Russell Crowe, Tom Hanks, and Natalie Portman, and some of his favorite movies are “The Gladiator,” “Cast Away,” and “V for Vendetta.” He also enjoys watching animated comedy series, his favorite being “The Simpsons”.
Dan is 53 years old. He has short brown hair, his eyes are blue, and he wears glasses. He is 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) tall and weighs approximately 68 kg (150 lb).
As of September 2020, his net worth is estimated to be over $4.4 million.