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the host of Stan Lee's Superhumans

World's Most
Flexible Man

Daniel is an actor, host, stuntman, producer, and contortionist, who holds the Guinness World Record for “The Most Flexible Man,” but it all started when he fulfilled every little kids dream and ran away with a circus as a teenager.
He is best known for currently hosting the History network series Stan Lee’s Superhumans (2010-present) alongside, you guessed it, beloved comic icon and childhood hero, Stan Lee.
As an actor, Daniel has been in a number of films, television shows and video games, such as his recurring role on HBO’s epic dustbowl fantasy Carnivale (2005) as sideshow contortionist Rollo, and most notably in his appearances as the serial killer Sqweegel on C.S.I. (2010). He was a creature suit actor in Men in Black 2 (2002) and motion capture actor for the animated family feature Foodfight! (2013) and EA’s video game Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects (2005).
You can see some of his unbelievable stunts in horror movies like Paranormal Activity 3 (2012) where his back-breaking skills were used in the movie’s climactic scene, or Scary Movie 5 (2013), The Uninvited (2009), and as an actor and stuntman in the comedy movie You Don’t Mess With The Zohan (2008).
When Daniel is not freaking people out on set or performing NBA halftime shows, he resides in Topanga, CA with his wife and son, where he designs and builds robots and enjoys astronomy and nature photography.