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Daniel Stern Biography, Age, Net worth, actor, comedian, director, and screenwriter, Movies, Tv Shows

Daniel Stern (Daniel Jacob Stern) is an American film and television actor, comedian, director and screenwriter. He is best known for his role as Marvin “Marv” Merchants in Home Alone (1990) and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992), Phil Berquist in City Slickers (1991) and City Slickers II

Daniel Stern (actor) Biography

Daniel Stern (Daniel Jacob Stern) is an American television actor, comedian, director and screenwriter. He is best known for his role as Marvin “Marv” Merchants in Home Alone (1990) and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992), Phil Berquist in City Slickers (1991) and City Slickers II

The Legend of Curly’s Gold (1994), the voice of Adult Kevin Arnold on the television series The Wonder Years and the voice of “Dilbert” on the animated series of the same name.

Daniel Stern Age

Daniel Stern was born on August 28, 1957, in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S. She is 61 years old as of 2018.

Daniel Stern Net worth

Daniel Stern has an estimated net worth of $12 million.

Daniel Stern Height/Weight

Daniel Stern stands at a height of 1.93 m. He has a weight of 98 kg (215.6 lbs)

Daniel Stern Family

Daniel Stern was born to a social worker father and a mother who managed a daycare center. His family is of Jewish descendant.

Daniel Stern Brother

Daniel Stern brother is a television writer David M. Stern.

Daniel Stern Education

Daniel Stern graduated from Bethesda Chevy Chase High School. He then went to study theater productions in HB Studio his theater plays includes C.C. Baxter in Promises, Promises, and Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof. He dropped out of high school in his senior year and soon moved to New York.

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Daniel Stern Wife

Daniel Stern is married to Laure Mattos in 1980.

Daniel Stern actor, comedian, director, and screenwriter

Daniel Stern starred in several theater productions, including playing C.C. Baxter in Promises, Promises and Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof. Stern applied for a job as a lighting engineer for a Shakespeare Festival in Washington, D.C., but was hired as a walk-on in their production of The Taming of the Shrew, starring Glenn Close. After taking acting lessons at HB Studios with Austin Pendleton and Herbert Berghof, he began his acting career in an Off-Broadway and Broadway productions, including True West with Gary Sinise and How I Got That Story at Second Stage Theatre with Bob Gunton. He acted in numerous productions at The Public Theater, Ensemble Studio Theater, Cherry Lane Theater, and Manhattan Theater Club.

In 1979, he made his first debut as Cyril in Breaking Away. The following year he played a student who raised objections during Jill Clayburgh’s proof of the snake lemma in the film It’s My Turn. His breakthrough role as Laurence “Shrevie” Schreiber came in Barry Levinson’s Diner. He had another early film role in the 1984 horror film C.H.U.D., like the soup kitchen C.H.U.D. hunter. He appeared in two films with Woody Allen, Stardust Memories and Hannah, and Her Sisters.

Stern has played characters in a number of comedic roles, such as Phil Berquist in City Slickers and City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly’s Gold, and Marvin “Marv” Murchins the burglar in the first two Home Alone films, Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, with Joe Pesci. However, he declined to play the character once again in the fourth installment of the franchise, believing the script to be an insult to the original motion picture. He also starred as Max in Bushwhacked. He provided the voice of the narrator on the TV series The Wonder Years, which starred Fred Savage as Kevin Arnold. As narrator, Stern played the adult Kevin Arnold, remembering his youth.

Stern and Savage were also featured together in Little Monsters, in which Stern played the father of Savage’s character. In the late 1990s, Stern took on a more serious role in the black comedy Very Bad Things with Christian Slater, Cameron Diaz, and Jon Favreau. Stern provided the voice for the main character of the Dilbert animated TV series, based on the comic strip by Scott Adams. He directed several episodes of The Wonder Years and the 1993 feature film Rookie of the Year, and in recent years directed two episodes of the TV series, Manhattan. He created, wrote and starred in the CBS television show Danny.

He wrote the off-Broadway hit “Barbra’s Wedding”, which was produced by The Dodgers and Manhattan Theater Club. It starred John Pankow and Julie White and ran for six months. Mr. Stern also appeared in the play at Garry Marshall’s Falcon Theater. He was originally offered the role of Dale Gribble in King of the Hill but he was replaced by Johnny Hardwick when his salary agreement went low.

Daniel Stern Awards

  • American Comedy Awards

Daniel Stern Movies

Year

Title

Role

2019

James vs. His Future Self

Jimmy

2018

Game Over, Man!

Mitch

2012

A Christmas Story 2

The Old Man

2010

The Next Three Days

Meyer Fisk

2009

Whip It

Earl Cavendar

2008

Otis

Will Lawson

2006

The Last Time

John Whitman

2001

Viva Las Nowhere

Frank Jacobs

2000

How to Kill Your Neighbor’s Dog

Guest at costume party

1998

Very Bad Things

Adam Berkow

1996

Celtic Pride

Mike O’Hara

1995

Bushwhacked

Max Grabelski

1994

City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly’s Gold

Phil Berquist

1993

Rookie of the Year

Phil Brickma

1992

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Marvin “Marv” Merchants

1991

City Slickers

Phil Berquist

1990

Coupe de Ville

Marvin Libner

1990

My Blue Heaven

Will Stubbs

1990

Home Alone

Marvin “Marv” Merchants

1989

Leviathan

Buzz “Sixpack” Parrish

1989

Little Monsters

Glen Stevenson

1989

Friends, Lovers, & Lunatics

Mat

1988

The Milagro Beanfield War

Herbie Platt

1988

D.O.A.

Hal Petersham

1987

Born in East L.A.

Jimmy

1986

Hannah and Her Sisters

Dusty

1986

The Boss’ Wife

Joel Keefer

1985

Key Exchange

Michael Fine

1984

C.H.U.D.

A.J’The Reverend’ Shepherd

1984

Frankenweenie

Ben Frankenstein

1983

Blue Thunder

Officer Richard Lymangood

1983

Get Crazy

Neil Allen

1983

Daniel

Artie Sternlicht

1982

I’m Dancing as Fast as I Can

Jim

1982

Diner

Laurence ‘Shrevie’ Schreiber

1981

Honky Tonk Freeway

Hitchhiker

1980

A Small Circle of Friends

Crazy Kid: Draft Inductee

1980

Stardust Memories

Actor

1980

One Trick Pony

Hare Krishna

1980

It’s My Turn

Cooperman

1979

Breaking Away

Cyril

1979

Starting Over

Student 2

Daniel Stern Tv Shows

Year

Title

Role

2017

Love

Marty Dobbs

2014

House of Lies

Robert Tretorn

2014–15

Manhattan

Glen Babbit

2013

Workaholics

Travis Rockne

2013; 2015

Getting On

Richard James

2010

Battle of the Bulbs

Bob Wallace

2009

Family Guy

Narrator (voice)

2009

Monk

Sheriff Franklin

2003

Regular Joe

Joe Binder

2001

Danny

Danny

1999

Partners

Sam

1999–2000

Dilbert

Dilbert (voice)

1998

Hey Arnold!

Mr. Packenham (voice)

1998

Tourist Trap

George W. Piper

1997

Gun

Harvey Hochfelder

1991

The Simpsons

Narrator

1990

The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson

William Cline

1988

Weekend War

Garfield

1988–93

The Wonder Years

Adult Kevin Arnold (voice)

1986

Comedy Factory

Leon

1985

Hometown

Joey Nathan

1984

Samson and Delilah

Micah

1984

The Ratings Game

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