Danny Huston





5/14/1962 , Rome, Italy

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Danny Huston was born on May 14, 1962, in Rome, Italy, into a family of actors and filmmakers, including his father, John; his half-sister, Angelica and his grandfather, Walter. Danny's first feature film as a director, "Mr. North," was produced by his father, John. In 1995, Danny appeared in his first film, "Leaving Las Vegas." He is known for his roles in the 2003 film "21 Grams," the 2004 film "The Aviator," the 2006 film "Children of Men" and the 2009 film "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." As a director, Danny has worked on televison movies, including the 1987 television movies "Bigfoot" and "Mister Corbitt's Ghost" and, in 1996, "Die Eisprinzessin." His film directing includes "Becoming Colette" in 1991 and "The Maddening" in 1996. Danny has received nominations from the Chlotrudis Awards, the Independent Spirit Awards, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Toronto Film Critics Association. In 2005, Danny received the Outstanding Actor in a Supporting Role in a Drama Satellite Award for his work in "The Constant Gardener."