Dan Schneider

Dan Schneider

writer, producer, actor

Dan Schneider was born on Jan 14, 1966 in USA. Dan Schneider's big-screen debut came with Making the Grade directed by Dorian Walker in 1984, strarring Blimp (as Daniel Schneider). Dan Schneider is known for Home Free directed by James Widdoes, Matthew Perry stars as Matt Bailey and Diana Canova as Vanessa Bailey. Dan Schneider has got 1 awards and 13 nominations so far. The most recent award Dan Schneider achieved is Burbank International Children's Film Festival. The upcoming new tvshow Dan Schneider plays is The Adventures of Kid Danger - Season 1 which will be released on Jan 15, 2018.

Daniel J. Schneider was born into a family with three older sisters in Memphis, Tennessee on January 14th, 1966. He became his Senior class president at White Station High School. After high school, he went to his father's alma mater, Harvard, for one semester. He decided to come back home to Memphis and get a job at a computer store. He also started classes at then-called Memphis State University where, one day, he was spotted by a movie producer and asked to audition for a part. He got the part. Soon after, he moved to Los Angeles where he worked as a pizza delivery boy while auditioning for more parts. In 1985, he landed the part of "Ricky Smith" in Gagner ou mourir (1985), a part which he says still gets him stopped on the streets at least once a week by fans to this day. After doing the TV show, Sois prof et tais-toi (1986), from 1986-1991, Dan got into writing and producing. He has been involved in numerous shows including All That (1994), The Amanda Show (1999) and Ce que j'aime chez toi (2002) and the movie Méchant menteur (2002). Although he lives in the Hollywood Hills, he still visits Memphis a few times a year where he still has family, which includes 9 nieces and nephews. He has also just created a production company called "Schneider's Bakery".

  • Birthday

    Jan 14, 1966
  • Place of Birth

    Memphis, Tennessee, USA
  • Also known


Known For


1 wins & 13 nominations

Burbank International Children's Film Festival
Best Short Comedy
Winner - Film Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows