Daniel Travanti Bio

Relationship Statistics of Daniel Travanti

What is Daniel Travanti marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Divorce
Is Daniel Travanti having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Daniel Travanti gay ?: No

More about the relationship

Daniel Travanti has already divorced his wife. As of 2018, he is single and he is focusing on his acting career.

Furthermore, he is enjoying his life being single. Hope in the coming days, he will soon marry.

Who is Daniel Travanti?

Daniel Travanti is an American actor. He is popular for his role as Captain Frank Furillo in the 1980s television drama Hill Street Blues.

Daniel Travanti: Birth Fact, Family, Childhood

He was born on March 7, 1940, in  Kenosha, Wisconsin in the southeastern part of Wisconsin to Italian immigrant parents.

His Father is John Travanti, worked at the American Motors assembly plant in that city and his mother is Elvira Travanti. Moreover, he is one of the five children including his sister (Emma Travanti, Laura Travanti) and brothers (Angelo Travanti, Robert Travanti).

He was fond of acting from his early ages.

Daniel Travanti: Education History

Although he was an athlete and good student, earning scholarships to Harvard University, Princeton University, and Dartmouth College, he attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Before, his senior year of high school, he attended the youth government and leadership program called Badger Boys State in 1957.

Daniel Travanti: Early Life Profession and Career

He started his career from the role in an episode of Route 66 called “Child of a Night”. Travanti guest-starred in the episode “Murder by Scandal” of CBS’s drama about newspapers, The Reporter in 1964.

Furthermore, in 1965, he made his feature film  (credited as “Dan Travanty”) playing a deaf-mute nightclub bouncer in the psychological thriller Who Killed Teddy Bear?. He played the role of murderer Barney Austin in the Perry Mason episode, “The Case of the Midnight Howler” and radio talk show host in 1966.

Besides, Travanti appeared in one of the famous episodes in 1974, briefly in The Bob Newhart Show episode “The Battle of the Groups”. As well as, he has appeared in a number of TV movies and has made appearances in popular television programs such as Poltergeist: The Legacy and Prison Break. In 1989, he co-starred in the film Millennium and in 1993 as Lt. Ray McAuliffe in the television series Missing Persons.

Moreover, Travanti appeared off-Broadway at the Theater at St. Clements in New York City in Oren Safdie’s The Last Word… from January to March 2007. Besides, he appeared in an episode of Criminal Minds as a 75-year-old serial killer with Alzheimer’s in 2010 and he played Callen’s father in NCIS: Los Angeles in 2017.

Daniel Travanti: Lifetime achievement and awards

For his portrayal of Hill Street Station Captain Frank Furillo, Travanti earned five nominations and two Emmy Awards.

Travanti starred in the TV movie Adam, for which he received another Emmy nomination in 1983.

Daniel Travanti: Controversy and rumor

He has not been the part of any controversy and rumor till now. He is keeping his personal life away from the media or public.

Once, there was a rumor that after Hamel’s divorce, Daniel’s co-star Veronica Hamel was his girlfriend. Many speculated that she dated him but both did not address the rumors.

Daniel Travanti: Salary and Networth

He earns a huge amount of money from his work but has not disclosed to the media or public.

His estimated net worth is about $1.3 million which he earns from his profession.

Daniel Travanti: Body measurement

He has an average body with white brown hair and with dark brown eyes.

Besides that, he is 6 feet 1 inch tall with the body mass of with the unknown body mass.

Daniel Travanti: Social media

He is active on Instagram with more than 300 followers rather than Facebook and Twitter.

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Reference: (Wikipedia, IMDB)

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