TeenIdols4you Logo
IDOL NEWS : ACTOR PICTURES : SINGER PICTURES : PICTURES BY MOVIE : TOP 50 IDOLS : IDOL VIDEOS
NEW PICTURES : IDOL BIRTHDAYS : SITE UPDATES : UPLOAD A PICTURE : ALL IDOLS : CONTACT US : SEARCH TEENIDOLS4YOU.COM

Daniel Curtis Lee Biography

Daniel Curtis Lee

Biography


Date of Birth
17 December 1991, Jackson, Mississippi, USA

Birth Name
Daniel Curtis Lee

Nickname
St. Maurice
Driive

Height
6' (1.83 m)

Mini Biography
Piggy-backing off his brother Nathaniel Lee Jr., Daniel Curtis Lee, also known as Dan Curtis Lee, started his acting career at the age of seven in his hometown of Clinton, Mississippi. However, it was not until three years later in Long Beach, California, that he got his first principal role in a Hollywood feature film, Friday After Next (2002), in which he played the role of Bad Boy #2, that he became really serious about acting. Since then, he has played principal/guest-starring roles in several TV series episodes.

Daniel stars as Kojo on the hit Disney XD series Zeke and Luther (2009). He also starred on the hit Nickelodeon sitcom Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2004), on which he played Simon Nelson "Cookie" Cook. Daniel is a comedian, singer, emcee, songwriter (with over 200 songs to his credit), guitarist, drummer, and athlete. He was appointed captain of the defense on his high school football team, on which he was a linebacker. He now resides in Long Beach, California, with his family. He still has a home in Clinton, Mississippi.


Trivia
  • Acting in Hollywood and going to school in Long Beach, California. [November 2002]



  •   Username:
        Password:
     
     

      Sign Up Free!
      Forgot Your Password?




    | TeenIdols4you Terms & Conditions | Copyright Policy | Privacy Policy | TI4U Amazon Wishlist |

    Copyright © 2017 The Galactic Studio. All rights reserved.
    Photos & certain artwork used on TeenIdols4You are copyright protected and are the property of their respective owners.
    Studio logos & other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners.