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Daniel Vivian


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17 June 1963 (age 60) (
Foca, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia

Actor, writer, film producer,

Zombie Massacre, Smash & Grab ‑ The Story of th, War Games: At the End o, The Perfect Husband, The Seasoning House

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Daniel Vivian (born 1963) is a British actor of Serbian origin. He works internationally.


Early life and career

Daniel Vivian began acting with Bosnian film director Pjer Zalica in experimental short films. He later appeared in a one-man show which he took to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Screen and stage work

His debut was as one of the Russian thugs in John Landis' Blues Brothers 2000, followed by X-Men. His first American TV appearance was in CBS' Falcone as an Ahmed Alia. He was cast as Vinnie, the brutal mercenary, in cult film War Games: At the End of the Day by Cosimo Alemà, shot on the location in Italy. Then, he played Dragan Ilic in Zombie Massacre, a horror film based on the video game, followed by his debut on Italian TV in Un passo dal cielo, as guest star, playing the Russian mastermind Nikolaj Yelisev. Vivian co-produced indie feature film Evidence of Existence, playing a thoughtful mobster, Manon. In 2013 he narrates the documentary Smash & Grab by award winning British director Havana Marking. In the following year he appears in two feature films: The Perfect Husband and Morning Star. In Paolo Sorrentino's The Young Pope, he plays Domen, the Pope's butler.


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