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Daniel Letterle


Letterle is from Northfield, Ohio, but moved to New York in 1997. After stints as a chorus member and dancer in many musicals and dinner theaters he went to the La Scala in Italy where he was a featured dancer in West Side Story. He later played "Doody" in a production of Grease in Berlin before returning to NYC. Daniel ventured into film as an ... See full bio »

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Camp Vlad
(2003)
Debating Robert Lee
(2004)
Monster Island
(2004)

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 2004 Debating Robert Lee
Matt Mann
 2004 Monster Island (TV Movie)
Josh
 2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Andrew Kenworthy
- Soulless (2003) ... Andrew Kenworthy
 2003 Camp
Vlad
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 2003 Camp (performer: "Wild Horses", "I Sing for You")
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 2006 The Making of, Debating Robert Lee (Documentary short)
Himself
 2003 Tarnation (Documentary)
Blue Velvet cast

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