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Daniel Russo is an actor French. Passion for drawing and painting, he joined the Ecole Boulle and became an interior designer, working with his father. Meanwhile, it is the theater to correct his diction in an accident that broke his jaw thirteen. One day decorating the apartment of Robert Lamoureux, the latter invited him to see him play and discover the magic of the stage. He then at the White Street School and the Conservatory of Dramatic Arts where he won four awards.
It appears for the first time at the cinema in 1976 in The Judge and the Assassin by Tavernier in a small role as guardian. In 1980, he played many small roles before the public notice in the Great, my parents divorce!, a successful Braoude Patrick in 1990, he will find director for nine months in 1994. With this surge in popularity, it connects roles in Bertrand Tavernier, Stephen Chatiliez or Gerard Oury. Collaboration with Laurent Baffie be successful in theater Sex, shenanigans and general culture, Toc toc.
On television, his performances in To notch or Suzie Berton are noticed. He played in the series Three fathers at home on M6 and life is ours. Then interprets Pierre Beregovoy in the telefilm A man of honor in 2009. He lent his voice to many doublings, the French voice of Harvey Keitel, Danny DeVito, Bob Hoskins and John Travolta.