16 April 1970 |
|Spouse(s)||Fay Ripley (2001–present)|
Daniel Lapaine (born 16 April 1970) is an Australian actor.
Life and career
Born in Sydney, Australia, Lapaine graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 1992. In 1994, he played David Van Arckle in P. J. Hogan's Muriel's Wedding. He also starred in the 2000 television miniseries The 10th Kingdom as Prince Wendell White, ruler of the 4th Kingdom, and played Tim Allerton in the 2004 Agatha Christie's Poirot episode Death on the Nile. In 2009, he portrayed Neil Armstrong in the television film Moon Shot.
In 1998, Lapaine met English actress Fay Ripley at a party hosted by mutual friends. Neither of them thought the other was interested in dating and they drifted apart. After meeting again on a trip in New York, they began dating. They married in October 2001 in a ceremony in Tuscany, Italy. In October 2002, Ripley gave birth to their first child, a daughter called Parker. She gave birth to their second child, a son whom they named Sonny, in October 2006.
|1994||Muriel's Wedding||David Van Arckle||Feature film|
|1998||Polish Wedding||Ziggy||Feature film
Dangerous Beauty as Serafino Franco
|1998||Dangerous Beauty||Serafino Franco||Biographic film|
|1999||Brokedown Palace||Nick Parks||Feature film|
|1999||Double Jeopardy||Handsome Internet Expert||Feature film|
|2000||The 10th Kingdom||Prince Wendell White||TV miniseries|
|2002||The Abduction Club||Garrett Byrne||Feature film|
|2003||Helen of Troy||Prince Hector||TV miniseries|
|2004||Agatha Christie's Poirot||Tim Allerton||1 episode (Death on the Nile)|
|2006||The Good Housekeeping Guide||Joe||TV film|
|Jane Hall||Richard||TV series|
|2007||Sex, the City and Me||Patrick Turner||TV film|
|2008||Hotel Babylon||Ned Wright||4 episodes (Series 3, Episodes 4, 5, 6, 8)|
|Last Chance Harvey||Scott Wright||Feature Film|
|2009||Moonshot||Neil Armstrong||TV film|
|Waking the Dead||Samuel Knight||2 episodes ("Magdalene 26, Part 1" and "Magdalene 26: Part 2")|
|2012||Vera||Michael Morgan||TV Series 1 Episode ("Silent Voices", Series 2 Episode 2)|
|Lewis||Kit Renton||TV Series 1 Episode ("Generation of Vipers", Series 6 Episode 2)|
|2012||Zero Dark Thirty|
- Middlehurst, Lester (18 March 2006). "The Talented Miss Ripley". Daily Mail (Associated Newspapers): pp. 13–14 (Weekend supplement).
- Staff (12 July 2002). "Seconds out – on a date". The Evening Gazette (Gazette Media Company).
- Grice, Elizabeth (6 October 2006). "'People cross the road to tell me how ridiculous I look'". The Daily Telegraph (Telegraph Media Group): p. 23.