Daniel Zelman

Daniel Zelman

American screenwriter, actor, producer
Date of Birth: 16.06.1967
Country: USA

  1. Biography of Daniel Zelman
  2. Early Life and Family
  3. Acting Career
  4. Writing and Producing Career
  5. Personal Life

Biography of Daniel Zelman

Early Life and Family

Daniel Zelman was born in 1967 in Rye, New York, USA. He comes from a family well-known in the film industry. His brother is the screenwriter and producer Aaron Zelman, and his step-sister is the actress Cynthia Lamontagne, who is known for her roles in films such as "Carlito's Way" and "The Cable Guy".

Daniel Zelman

Acting Career

Daniel Zelman started his career as an actor in the early 90s. He appeared in TV series like "Weird Science", "Ned and Stacey", "Law & Order", and "The Practice". However, his acting career ended around 2000, and he transitioned into the roles of a screenwriter and television producer.

Daniel Zelman

Writing and Producing Career

After his transition, Daniel Zelman became involved in various film and television projects. He served as an executive producer and writer for the television drama series "Damages", which aired on FX. He was also nominated for an Emmy award for his work on the show in collaboration with Todd A. Kessler and Glenn Kessler. Additionally, he worked as a screenwriter for projects such as "They Nest" (2000), "Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid" (2003), and "Fool's Gold" (2008).

Daniel Zelman

Personal Life

On September 3, 2000, Daniel Zelman married actress Debra Messing, known for her roles in TV series like "Will & Grace" and "The Starter Wife". They have a son together, Roman Walker Zelman, who was born in April 2004.