Daniel Stern

Daniel Stern

BornAugust 28, 1957
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Daniel Stern is an American actor who was born on August 28, 1957. Daniel Stern's recent filmography includes the movies Levitated Mass: The Story of Michael Heizer's Monolithic Sculpture (2014) and A Christmas Story 2 (2012). Daniel Stern's recent TV appearances include Getting On and Manhattan. Daniel Stern has a modest audience on Spotify with only about 19 followers and a popularity score of 4 out of 100 as of 2018. Daniel Stern's most popular track on Spotify is "Faces" from the album One Big Pill. Daniel Stern's Instagram account (@realdanielstern) has a limited fanbase with about 11,000 followers. Daniel Stern's recent posts to Instagram have gotten about a thousand likes each.

Daniel Stern Movies

TitleCreditYear
Levitated Mass: The Story of Michael Heizer's Monolithic Sculpture
Levitated Mass: The Story of Michael Heizer's Monolithic Sculpture
  • Executive Producer
2014
A Christmas Story 2
A Christmas Story 2
  • The Old Man
2012
Page One: Inside the New York Times
Page One: Inside the New York Times
  • Executive Producer
2011
Battle of the Bulbs
Battle of the Bulbs
  • Actor
2010
Smash His Camera
Smash His Camera
  • Executive Producer
2010
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As of 2018, Daniel Stern has appeared in about 46 movies. Some of the most recent Daniel Stern movies include Levitated Mass: The Story of Michael Heizer's Monolithic Sculpture, A Christmas Story 2, and Page One: Inside the New York Times. Levitated Mass: The Story of Michael Heizer's Monolithic Sculpture was released in 2014. A Christmas Story 2, released in 2012, featured Daniel Stern as The Old Man. Page One: Inside the New York Times was released in 2011.

Daniel Stern TV Shows

TitleCreditYear
Getting On
Getting On
  • Richard James Richard
  • 2015
  • 2013
Manhattan
Manhattan
  • Glen Babbit
  • 2015
  • 2014
House of Lies
House of Lies
  • Actor
  • 2014
Family Guy
Family Guy
  • Voice
  • 2009
Monk
Monk
  • Actor
  • 2009
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As of 2018, Daniel Stern has appeared on about 8 TV shows. Some of the most recent Daniel Stern TV appearances include Getting On, Manhattan, and House of Lies. Daniel Stern played the role of Richard James Richard on Getting On in 2015. On Manhattan, Daniel Stern appeared as Glen Babbit also in 2015 and Daniel Stern performed on House of Lies in 2014.

Daniel Stern Popular Songs

Popularity
4/100
Followers
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TrackPopularity
One Big Pill1
Faces
One Big Pill - Single
One Big Pill2
One Big Pill
One Big Pill - Single
One Big Pill3
Southern Jews
One Big Pill - Single
One Big Pill4
Floating
One Big Pill - Single
One Big Pill5
It Can't Be Here
One Big Pill - Single
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As of 2018, Daniel Stern has 19 followers and a popularity score of 4 on Spotify. One Big Pill - Single is a popular album by Daniel Stern. Notable tracks from this album include Faces, Faces, and Southern Jews. Faces has a popularity score of 4 out of 100, making it Daniel Stern's most popular track. Faces and Southern Jews have popularity scores of 4 and 4, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.

Daniel Stern Instagram

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Daniel Stern
Actor, Director, Sculptor, Cattle Rancher, Husband, Father, Son, Community Volunteer.
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John Heard was the coolest cat in New York City for about 10 straight years, 1974-1984. Ask anybody who was there then. Every actor wanted to be as intense as him, every woman wanted to sleep with him. He lived life at 110 MPH- Plato’s Retreat, Cafe Central, crazy, crazy drink and drug stamina. He was defiant, he was poetic, he was ridiculously generous and he was charismatic as hell.

I met him on my very first day in New York City. I had dropped out of high school and moved there to be an actor. I had met another actor, Christopher Curry, when I was an apprentice at the Washington Shakespeare Festival in D.C., and he invited me to live with him if iI ever decided to make the leap. I showed up without notifying him and it turned out he was out of town, but his roommates, John and Bruce McGill, took me in. By the end of the first day, I was stoned and drunk for the very first time, and had been adopted by my two new older brothers.

John was the very first person I knew to be in a movie. It had never crossed my mind that that was a thing you could do. I was a theater rat in high school and New York only meant trying to be a professional actor in the theater. But one day John invited us to a screening of his movie called “Between the Lines” and a switch flipped in my head. Not only that is was possible to be an actor in movies but more importantly, HOW to be an actor in the movies. John was so real, so natural, so funny, so sexy and so fearless. I saw how he brought himself to the screen, as well as the character, and the intimacy of the medium compared with theater acting.  When I got my first movie, “Breaking Away”, the only thing I really knew about film acting was what I had learn from watching John do it.

I tried to keep up with John and the gang tearing up New York but was sidetracked when I fell in love with my wife Laure (40 years ago!). John loved Laure and the life we were starting together. (Cont'd in comments)Daniel Stern Instagram: John Heard was the coolest cat in New York City for about 10 straight years, 1974-1984. Ask anybody who was there then. Every actor wanted to be as intense as him, every woman wanted to sleep with him. He lived life at 110 MPH- Plato’s Retreat, Cafe Central, crazy, crazy drink and drug stamina. He was defiant, he was poetic, he was ridiculously generous and he was charismatic as hell. I met him on my very first day in New York City. I had dropped out of high school and moved there to be an actor. I had met another actor, Christopher Curry, when I was an apprentice at the Washington Shakespeare Festival in D.C., and he invited me to live with him if iI ever decided to make the leap. I showed up without notifying him and it turned out he was out of town, but his roommates, John and Bruce McGill, took me in. By the end of the first day, I was stoned and drunk for the very first time, and had been adopted by my two new older brothers. John was the very first person I knew to be in a movie. It had never crossed my mind that that was a thing you could do. I was a theater rat in high school and New York only meant trying to be a professional actor in the theater. But one day John invited us to a screening of his movie called “Between the Lines” and a switch flipped in my head. Not only that is was possible to be an actor in movies but more importantly, HOW to be an actor in the movies. John was so real, so natural, so funny, so sexy and so fearless. I saw how he brought himself to the screen, as well as the character, and the intimacy of the medium compared with theater acting. When I got my first movie, “Breaking Away”, the only thing I really knew about film acting was what I had learn from watching John do it. I tried to keep up with John and the gang tearing up New York but was sidetracked when I fell in love with my wife Laure (40 years ago!). John loved Laure and the life we were starting together. (Cont'd in comments)
John Heard was the coolest cat in New York City for about 10 straight years, 1974-1984. Ask anybody who was there then. Every actor wanted to be as intense as him, every woman wanted to sleep with him. He lived life at 110 MPH- Plato’s Retreat, Cafe Central, crazy, crazy drink and drug stamina. He was defiant, he was poetic, he was ridiculously generous and he was charismatic as hell.

I met him on my very first day in New York City. I had dropped out of high school and moved there to be an actor. I had met another actor, Christopher Curry, when I was an apprentice at the Washington Shakespeare Festival in D.C., and he invited me to live with him if iI ever decided to make the leap. I showed up without notifying him and it turned out he was out of town, but his roommates, John and Bruce McGill, took me in. By the end of the first day, I was stoned and drunk for the very first time, and had been adopted by my two new older brothers.

John was the very first person I knew to be in a movie. It had never crossed my mind that that was a thing you could do. I was a theater rat in high school and New York only meant trying to be a professional actor in the theater. But one day John invited us to a screening of his movie called “Between the Lines” and a switch flipped in my head. Not only that is was possible to be an actor in movies but more importantly, HOW to be an actor in the movies. John was so real, so natural, so funny, so sexy and so fearless. I saw how he brought himself to the screen, as well as the character, and the intimacy of the medium compared with theater acting.  When I got my first movie, “Breaking Away”, the only thing I really knew about film acting was what I had learn from watching John do it.

I tried to keep up with John and the gang tearing up New York but was sidetracked when I fell in love with my wife Laure (40 years ago!). John loved Laure and the life we were starting together. (Cont'd in comments)Daniel Stern Instagram: John Heard was the coolest cat in New York City for about 10 straight years, 1974-1984. Ask anybody who was there then. Every actor wanted to be as intense as him, every woman wanted to sleep with him. He lived life at 110 MPH- Plato’s Retreat, Cafe Central, crazy, crazy drink and drug stamina. He was defiant, he was poetic, he was ridiculously generous and he was charismatic as hell. I met him on my very first day in New York City. I had dropped out of high school and moved there to be an actor. I had met another actor, Christopher Curry, when I was an apprentice at the Washington Shakespeare Festival in D.C., and he invited me to live with him if iI ever decided to make the leap. I showed up without notifying him and it turned out he was out of town, but his roommates, John and Bruce McGill, took me in. By the end of the first day, I was stoned and drunk for the very first time, and had been adopted by my two new older brothers. John was the very first person I knew to be in a movie. It had never crossed my mind that that was a thing you could do. I was a theater rat in high school and New York only meant trying to be a professional actor in the theater. But one day John invited us to a screening of his movie called “Between the Lines” and a switch flipped in my head. Not only that is was possible to be an actor in movies but more importantly, HOW to be an actor in the movies. John was so real, so natural, so funny, so sexy and so fearless. I saw how he brought himself to the screen, as well as the character, and the intimacy of the medium compared with theater acting. When I got my first movie, “Breaking Away”, the only thing I really knew about film acting was what I had learn from watching John do it. I tried to keep up with John and the gang tearing up New York but was sidetracked when I fell in love with my wife Laure (40 years ago!). John loved Laure and the life we were starting together. (Cont'd in comments)
My kid made me this card for father’s day, and for the record I STILL don’t have it figured out! @senatorhenryDaniel Stern Instagram: My kid made me this card for father’s day, and for the record I STILL don’t have it figured out! @senatorhenry
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