Daniel Gerard Lanzetta
May 29, 1977
Mount Vernon, New York, United States
|Occupation||Actor and musician|
Danny Gerard (born Daniel Gerard Lanzetta; May 29, 1977) is an American actor and musician.
Life and career
Gerard was born in Mount Vernon, New York, and is of Italian descent. He is best known for his role as Alan Silver in the CBS television series Brooklyn Bridge. He also starred in the short lived CBS series Blue Skies and the unaired NBC pilot News at Twelve. He was in the original Broadway production of Lost in Yonkers starring alongside Kevin Spacey, Mercedes Ruehl and Irene Worth. He played the role of Arty, in this Tony award-winning production. In 1997, he starred as the voice of the titular character in the animated film adaption of Jack London's White Fang.
Gerard was in the original cast of the musical Falsettoland, playing the role of Jason. He can be heard on the second disc of the two-CD set of "March of the Falsettos" and Falsettoland. He released a CD, The Story of a Minute in America in 2005.
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