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About Dan Lauria
Dan Lauria is an American actor and writer, popularly known for portraying Jack Arnold in The film "Wonder Years" and in the 2012 movie "Sullivan and Son" where he played the role of Jack Sullivan.
Dan is an Italian-American. He was raised in Brooklyn, New York, by his father, Joseph J. Lauria and his mother, Carmela.
He graduated from Lindenhurst Senior High School in 1965.
After graduating from high school Dan taught physical education at Lindenhurst High School.
Dan started acting while at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Connecticut.
In 1998, he portrayed NASA Administrator James Webb in the television series "From the Earth to the Moon". He also acted as Police Commissioner, Eustace Dolan in the popular series "The Spirit".
In 2000, Dan starred in the popular American series, “The Three Stooges" where he played the role of Coach Hamstrung.
In 2006, the veteran actor again made a popular stage appearance in New York in an Off-Broadway production of the film "A Stone Carver".
Dan also made a guest appearance in the second season of the movie series "Army Wives". He also appeared in the first season of the feature film "The Mentalist".
In 2009, Dan acted as General Lee Whitworth, in the fourth season of the movie "Criminal Minds".
In 2012, he portrayed Jean Shepherd in the Broadway film "A Christmas Story".
Outside acting, Dan Lauria volunteered as a Department of Veterans Affairs celebrity hospital visitor for one year.
Throughout his service he toured many Veteran Affairs hospitals, meeting patients and inspiring them.
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F.A.Q. about Dan Lauria
When is his birthday?
Dan Lauria's birthday is on April 12, 1947.
In how many days is his birthday?
Dan's birthday is in 135 days
How old is he?
He is 76 years old.
Where is Dan from?
He was born in Brooklyn, New York, U.S..