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Daniel Faraldo

Daniel Faraldo has spent most of his acting career working in Hollywood, making it his permanent home from 1976 onwards. He studied with Stella Adler and Lee Strasberg at the Actor’s Studio and has played over 60 roles, with career highlights including George Cukor’s “Rich and Famous”, “Above the Law” with Steve Segal, and “Dark Buenos Aires”, his first collaboration with Ramon Térmens.
Throughout his career he has combined film and TV work, with memorable roles in classic TV series such as “Kojak”, “The A-Team”, “Knight Rider”, “Magnum P.I.”, “Santa Barbara”, “MacGyver” and “Alias”, among many others, including the recent “Good Behaviour”, “Criminal Minds” and “Bounty Hunters”.

He has worked extensively in theatre and his CV includes innumerable performances in New York, including the world premiere of Sam Sheppard’s play, “Eyes for Consuela”.

In 2010 he teamed up with Ramon Térmens to write the script of “Dark Buenos Aires”, a partnership that continued in 2011 with “Catalunya Über Alles!”. They collaborated again in 2013 on the script of “The Evil That Men Do”, a film in which he is also a producer and the main character. “The Illegal Woman” will be their fourth film together.

He has been nominated twice for the Gaudi Award as a producer for his work in “Dark Buenos Aires” and in “Catalunya Über Alles!” – a film that earned him a nomination for his screenplay as well. He has also won several awards for his acting work, including the Jury Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film at the Macabre Faire Film Festival, and the Best Action Actor at the NIAFFS 2016 for his lead role in “The Evil That Men Do”.

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