Dan Warner has been in everyone's home as an entertainer since the year 2000. From a gentle dad having a JIF peanut butter sandwich with his adorable, yet inquisitive daughter to a hard hitting cop in the thick of it aside Mark Harmon on Navy NCIS, Dan's been right before your very eyes.He entertains us and speaks to us in commercials, print ads and billboards all over the U.S. for the Propane Council of America.His deadpan response in situations with some of the most famous NFL football stars in the Direct TV ads are reminiscent of the flawless timing of comedic greats like Jack Benny or a Johnny Carson.The same year Dan graced the cover of The Hollywood Reporter, he also won the Bobby Award as the best commercial actor in 2001.An accomplished dramatic sense has propelled Dan into the high drama as a Guest Star on Cold Case, one of the hottest TV shows of the last few seasons. Some say this performance may win him critical recognition. What makes up a successful rising actor? If you ask Dan it begins with humility. He goes to work, and work he does, with a strong ethic of giving the directors what they want in a timely and professional manner. I guess it works says Dan. Just take a look at his resume and the proof is embedded there.It probably hasn't hurt that Dan has had the good fortune to study with The Groundling Theater, Greg Dean, along with Milton Katselas, Richard Lawson, and Jocelyn Jones, at the Beverly Hills Playhouse.So, this hard hitting athletic looking cop on TV dramas, gentle father in commercials (he actually is single) is a gourmet cook living on the Westside of Los Angeles in a lifestyle somewhat different from his rural beginnings in Northern California the spawning ground of many great actors.When he gets a chance to relax from his heavy schedule, you'll find Dan at the gym or in the kitchen as he is quite the gourmet chef he also plays the celebrity golf and tennis circuit and participates in numerous charity fund-raisers.
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