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Born in Louisiana, Danor Gerald was raised in Fitler, a rural Mississippi River Delta town near Rolling Fork, MS. After attending school in Texas, he was awarded diving and acting scholarships at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkansas.

Within 2 years he returned to Dallas and his professional career began in regional equity theaters. Critically acclaimed performances in "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1997), "The Sound and the Fury"(1996) and "The Gingerbread Lady"(1995) made him a sought after performer, and audience favorite in the robust Dallas Theater scene.

Danor's first major appearance on Television came in "Sheena" (2000) a short-lived fantasy series shot in Florida on the Walt Disney World property. He appeared in 2 episodes before the series was canceled.

Gerald's first appearance in a feature film, "Believe" (2005), came while he was earning a Digital Cinema degree in Utah. Danor began getting leading roles with "The Cyclist" (2012) produced by prolific Casting Director Jeff Johnson. "Saints and Soldiers: The Void" (2014) is Mr. Gerald's star-turn as the protagonist in a feature film.

Gerald is most known for performances in teen-genre films like "High School Musical 2", "Forever Strong", and "House of Fears".

He often collaborates with directors, Ryan Little, and James Keach.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Truly Charmed
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