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Danny Strong (1974)

Daniel W. Strong

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Daniel W. Strong is an American actor and writer in film and television.

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 early life
Strong was born and raised in Manhattan Beach, California. where he would rent videos from Video Archives, becoming friends with Quentin Tarantino who was then a clerk there. "I would just literally sit and chat with him for 45 minutes, an hour at a time about movies, and he got me turned on to all these different movies that 10 year olds don't see."
Strong studied film and theatre at the University of Southern California.

 career
Strong is known for playing Jonathan Levinson on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Paris Geller's boyfriend Doyle McMasters on Gilmore Girls, but he has also appeared in films such as Pleasantville, Dangerous Minds, the spoof Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The Thirteenth, and was in the film Sydney White as the Grumpy dork, Gurkin. Strong has also had guest parts in sitcoms such as Seinfeld, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Over the Top and How I Met Your Mother and has also guest-lectured in acting classes on finding a job as an actor. Most recently, Strong appeared in the popular AMC series Mad Men as Danny Siegel, a young man with no talent, trying to break into the advertising industry.

 Recount
Strong systematically worked at and finally succeeded at breaking into writing, with the script for Recount, a film about the 2000 US Elections, produced by HBO and directed by Jay Roach, with an air date of May 25, 2008. Strong was nominated for a 2008 Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special for Recount and won a Writers' Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay for a Television movie.

 Game Change
Strong was announced as the writer for the film adaptation of Game Change based on the book written by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin.

 personal life
Strong is Jewish.

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