Daniel Roebuck

Daniel Roebuck



Daniel Roebuck is an American actor and filmmaker known for his work on television, film, and stage. Roebuck has been active in the entertainment industry since the mid-1980s and has appeared in a range of productions, in both lead and supporting roles.

Born on March 4, 1963, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Roebuck began his career in the theatre. He studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York City and at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. Roebuck made his screen debut in 1986 in an episode of the television series The Hitchhiker.

That same year, Roebuck appeared in the feature film River's Edge, which was followed by a string of roles in television and film. He played supporting roles in The Devil's Rejects (2005) and Transformers (2007). Additionally, he appeared in the television series Lost (2004-2010) and Matlock (1986-1995).

In the late 1990s, Roebuck began to focus more on writing and directing. He wrote and directed the feature film The Beautiful Wreck (1999), and he wrote and produced the film The Deli (2008). He also wrote and directed the film Big Man on Campus (2010).

In addition to his work in film and television, Roebuck has also been a prolific stage actor. He has appeared in numerous productions, including The Tempest, Macbeth, and Othello. He has also worked extensively in regional theatre, performing in many Shakespearean and other classic plays.

Roebuck is also a noted voice actor. He has voiced characters in several video games, including Grand Theft Auto V (2013) and Red Dead Redemption II (2018). He has also provided the voice for the character of Dr. Zoidberg in the animated television series Futurama (1999-2013).

Throughout his career, Roebuck has worked with many of Hollywood's top stars. He has appeared alongside Brad Pitt in Kalifornia (1993) and Leonardo DiCaprio in Catch Me If You Can (2002). In addition to his work in film and television, Roebuck has also been featured in several music videos. He has appeared in videos for the bands The Offspring and Oingo Boingo.

Roebuck has built a career that spans over three decades. His work has been acknowledged with numerous awards and nominations, including an Emmy Award nomination for his performance in the television movie The Path to


March 4, 1963

Place of birth

Bethlehem - Pennsylvania - USA

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