Daniel Travis

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Daniel Travis
Born (1968-03-10) March 10, 1968 (age 51)
EducationRutgers University
OccupationActor, Acting Teacher
Years active2001 - present

Daniel Travis (born March 10, 1968) is an American actor.

Travis was born and raised in Clarkston, Michigan. He received a BFA in theater from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He went on to receive an MFA at The Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. His early work was on the stage, playing John Buchanan in Summer and Smoke, The Earl of Richmond in Richard III and Paul in Barefoot in the Park.

In 2001, Travis made his small-screen debut with guest appearances on the short-lived television show The Education of Max Bickford, starring Richard Dreyfuss. Without ever having appeared in a film, Travis made his big-screen debut in a starring role in Open Water, about a couple who go scuba diving and are left behind in the ocean by accident while on an organized dive.

Most recently, Travis starred in the Subaru television commercial, Ricky.


List of acting credits in film and television
Year Title Role Notes
2000 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Suspect Episode: "Closure: Part 2"
2001 Sex and the City Dave Episode: "The Real Me"
2002 The Education of Max Bickford Mr. Reynold Episode: "The Good, the Bad, and the Lawyers"
2003 Open Water Daniel
2005 Cold Case Mark Phillips Episode: "Kensington"
Episode: "Creatures of the Night"
2005 Thank You for Smoking Brad
2006 Last Time Forever John MacDonald
2006 CSI: Miami Ed Smith Episode: "Curse of the Coffin"
2007 Raw Footage Carlyle Short
2008 CSI: NY Larry Rose Episode: "All in the Family"
2008 Foxglove Nick Crippen Short
2009 NCIS Father Episode: "Toxic"
2010 The Forgotten Greg Beaudette Episode: "Patient John"
2010 Dexter Barry Kurt Episode: "Teenage Wasteland"
2011 The Mentalist Marshal Gorman Episode: "Blood for Blood"
2011 Pretty Little Liars James Leland Episode: "The New Normal"
2011 Slanted Fish Episode: "Doubt This"
2011 Virtually Yours Steve Short
2015 Papa: Hemingway in Cuba Bob Luther Uncredited
2018 I'm F%$#ing Fine Stu Short

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