Dan Bordeianu

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Dan Bordeianu
Born (1975-10-23) October 23, 1975 (age 41)
Bucharest, Romania
Occupation actor

Dan Bordeianu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈdan bordeˈjanu]; born October 23, 1975) is a Romanian actor and occasional singer, mostly known for his parts in telenovelas.

Career[edit]

His first part came when he was 11, in the movie "Promisiuni", starring Mircea Diaconu and Ion Caramitru.

In Romania, he became a familiar face after starring in the 2004-2005 soap-opera "Numai iubirea", produced by MediaPro Pictures, playing the troubled, yet good-hearted brother of main star Alexandru Papadopol. The show brought a high-profile romance with co-star Adela Popescu. MediaPro Pictures capitalised on their real-life relationship by producing two one-season soap-operas, Lacrimi de iubire and Iubire ca în filme, in 2005-2006 and 2006–2007, respectively, where the two also share their love on-screen. This fueled rumours that their relationship is actually a publicity stunt. As of March 21, 2007, they were no longer a couple.

He also had minor parts in the movies "Modigliani"[1] and "Gunpowder, Treason & Plot",[2] both filmed on location in Romania.

He also played the part of Vlad Dracula's teenage son in the movie Dark Prince: The True Story Of Dracula

Trivia[edit]

  • Did one semester of Law School before finding his true vocation as an actor.
  • Is an avid fan of "anything with a motor".
  • Is an apt horseback rider.
  • Can play the violin.

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