Daniel Greene - Details


Greene hails from Miami and attended Florida State University on a football scholarship. Following college, he relocated to Los Angeles to tackle an acting career. He quickly landed television work, guest-starring on such episodic series as "Alice," "Three's Company," "Matt Houston," "Scarecrow and Mrs. King," "The A-Team," "Night Court," "Remington Steele," "L.A. Law" and "Matlock," and co-starred with Burt Reynolds in the television film "The Man From Left Field." He most recently guest-starred on the series "Savannah" and "The Tom Show."

After a season regular on the popular nighttime soap "Falcon Crest," Greene traveled to Italy and made his big screen debut in the action-adventure "Hands of Steel." With the success of "Falcon Crest" peaking in Europe during the release of his debut feature, Greene found himself a budding global action star.

His international travels took him to such far off places as Africa, Europe, South America and the Far East, where he starred in a string of action films such as "Condor," "Beyond Kilimanjaro," "American Tiger," "Soldier of Fortune," "Hammerhead," "Skeleton Coast," "The Opponent," "Pulsebeat" and the miniseries "Genghis Khan." Additional credits include "'Arthur II: On the Rocks," and starring roles in "Weekend Warriors" and "'Elvira, Mistress of the Dark." "kingpin"

Greene and former actress LaGena Lookabill Greene recently celebrated their ten-year wedding anniversary.