Cory Danziger

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Cory Danziger
Born (1977-02-07) February 7, 1977 (age 37)
Los Angeles County, California, United States
Occupation Actor
Years active 1987–present

Cory Danziger (born February 7, 1977) is an American actor and political activist. He is sometimes mis-credited as Cory Danzinger.

Danziger was born in Los Angeles County, California. His most notable role was as Dave Peterson, the son of Tom Hanks' character, Ray, in the 1989 cult film The 'Burbs. For his role he was nominated for a Young Artist Award in the Best Young Actor Starring in a Motion Picture category. That was his third nomination for the award, the other two being Best Young Actor Starring in a TV Movie, Pilot or Special for his performance in Married to the Mob (1988) and Best Young Actor, Featured, Co-starring, Supporting, Recurring Role in a Comedy or Drama Series or Special for the Beauty and the Beast television series, his 1987 acting debut.[1]

In 1990, he appeared as the character Jake Potts in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation entitled "Brothers".

His most recent role came in 2007, after a gap of fourteen years, as the voice of "Sean" in the television series The Magic 7.[1]

Danziger owns two companies, SceneFour and The Original Lefty's, in Los Angeles, California. SceneFour[2] is a design and branding firm working with Current TV, MTV-U, Game Show Network, Marilyn Manson, and National Lampoon. He is the founder of The Original Lefty's,[3] an anti-war clothing line featured throughout North America. The company's most notable shirt is the Diss Destroyer (George W. Bush donning Kiss make-up). In 2007, Danziger left the helm of The Original Lefty's.

In 2005, Danziger conceived and created the Guitar Dojo with heavy metal guitar legend George Lynch. The school houses 400 advanced guitar players throughout the world. Danziger is also a partner with Bootsy Collins in the latter's Funk University, an online bass guitar school founded in 2010.[4]

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