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Making an exceptional transition from theater to film & television, Tony-award winning actor Dan Fogler recently starred in the much-anticipated Warner Bros. film FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM. This five-picture franchise sees Dan playing opposite Eddie Redmayne, and extends J.K. Rowling’s magical world of witches and wizards to a new generation. The sequel THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD just wrapped production and will hit theaters worldwide Thanksgiving 2018. Dan’s got his start on Broadway, where his performance in “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” earned him a Tony award in 2005. Directed by James Lapine, Dan was also honored with the Outer Critics Circle, The Lortel, Drama Desk for Best Ensemble, Theatre World Awards, and the New York Magazine Culture Award for Best Breakthrough Performance. He reprised the role again in 2007 for the West Coast run.nnOn the big screen, Dan has starred opposite Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart in LOVE HAPPENS for Universal Pictures and Ang Lee’s TAKING WOODSTOCK with Liev Shreiber and Emile Hirsch. He was the lead in Relativity’s TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT opposite Topher Grace, Chris Pratt, & Anna Faris, and BALLS OF FURY with Christopher Walken for Focus Features. Dan received great notices for his starring role role opposite Josh Duhamel in SCENIC ROUTE, which premiered at SXSW in 2013.nnOn the animated feature front, Dan was heard as part of the voice cast in KUNG FU PANDA for Dreamworks alongside Jack Black and Jackie Chan, and Fox’s HORTON HEARS A WHO with Steve Carrell and Jim Carrey. He starred opposite Seth Green in the Disney, Robert Zemeckis produced animated feature, MARS NEEDS MOMS. nnDan recently reunited with director James Lapine for the feature film CUSTODY, opposite Viola Davis and Ellen Burstyn. Other film credits include BARELY LETHAL opposite Sam Jackson, and Lionsgate's GOOD LUCK CHUCK with Dane Cook and Jessica Alba. nnIn television, Dan starred opposite Ryan Fillippe and Juliette Lewis in the ABC drama SECRETS AND LIES, and was a series lead in the ABC comedy sitcom MAN UP! Dan continues to appear as a recurring guest star on ABC’s hit series “The Goldbergs”. He was also featured as a guest star on NBC's critically-acclaimed series HANNIBAL.nnDan made his directorial film debut with HYSTERICAL PSYCHO, which premiered at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. In his second feature as a director, DON PEYOTE, Dan put together an ensemble cast that included Topher Grace, Anne Hathaway, and Jay Baruchel. nnDan returned to the New York stage in the fall of 2006 in Dan O’Brien’s “The Voyage of the Carcass,” directed by Randy Baruh. Dan had prior appeared in off-Broadway and regional productions, including “Bobby Gould in Hell,” “Joe Fearless,” “Crepuscule,” “Bridges and Harmonies,” “White Devil,” and “Dilettantes & Debutantes.” Dan’s directorial debut for a play that he also wrote, was ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM (inspired by Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros”) which premiered at the 2007 Fringe Festival in NYC.