Daniel Lundh

About Daniel Lundh

Who is it?: Actor
Birth Year: 1976
Preceded by: Nick Wagner
Succeeded by: Ken Rizer
Political party: Democrat
Residence: Denver, Colorado

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Daniel Lundh was born on 1976, is Actor. Daniel Lundh was born in Malmö, Sweden. He is the son of late Swedish art dealer and actor, Lennart Lundh, and of a French mother of Sephardic descent. Growing up with several cultures, often traveling, and studying in both American and British schools, has made him a full native speaker in four languages: English, French, Spanish and Swedish. In addition, his ability for acquiring and perfecting all sorts of dialects has seen him work internationally, regularly embodying characters of very different backgrounds. With a genuine love and respect for the craft, he is quoted as saying to equally enjoy working on big-scale productions and independent films. His breakthrough role was in the acclaimed French film 'Délice Paloma', for which he gathered a Best Newcomer nomination at the Césars. Recent work includes starring in Spanish TV series 'Tiempos de Guerra', soon to be released on Netflix as 'Morocco: Love in Times of War'. He has collaborated with Woody Allen, playing Spanish bullfighter Juan Belmonte in 'Midnight in Paris'. In 2009, he portrayed a member of the Marseille mob, opposite Jean Reno, in EuropaCorp's '22 Bullets'. Earlier in 2008, he was part of the ensemble cast of HBO and BBC joint mini-series 'House of Saddam'. Additional roles include bastard son Massimo, in 'Les Héritières', a TV adaptation of William Shakespeare's 'King Lear'. Daniel also writes and directs.
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💰Daniel Lundh Net worth: $1.6 Million

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A fifth generation Iowan, Lundby is the son of Mary Lundby, a Republican who represented Linn County in the legislature from 1987 to 2009. He attended St. Joseph's Catholic Elementary in Marion and Regis High School in Cedar Rapids. He then earned an associate's degree from Kirkwood Community College; a Bachelor of Science from Iowa State University (2003) and a master's degree from ISU (2011).


Lundby ran for the Iowa House in 2012, facing two-term Republican incumbent Nick Wagner. In a very close race, Lundby prevailed by 8,480 votes to Wagner's 8,363. Lundby took office on January 14, 2013. He was defeated for re-election in 2014 by Republican Ken Rizer.