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Dan Futterman’s Body Measurements Including Shoe Size, Height and Weight

Dan Futterman's Body Measurements Shoe Size Height Weight

Biography - A Short Wiki

Dan Futterman has a glorious chest. All body measurements are summarized in the table below!

Dan Futterman is an American actor, screenwriter and producer who wrote the screenplay for Capote (2005), for which he received an Academy Award nomination, and Independent Spirit, Boston Society of Film Critics, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards. As an actor, Futterman is best known for his roles as Val Goldman in the 1996 film comedy film The Birdcage, and Vincent Gray on the CBS drama series Judging Amy. Futterman’s other notable works include Related, In Treatment, Judging Amy, Political Animals, Gracepoint, Foxcatcher, and The Looming Tower. Born Daniel Paul Futterman on June 8, 1967 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA, to Linda and Stanley Futterman, he grew up in Larchmont, New York. His maternal grandfather was born in Nemyriv, Ukraine, and his paternal grandfather was born in Kishinev, Russia (now Moldovia). He attended and graduated from Mamaroneck High School in 1985 and Columbia University in 1989. Futterman made his film debut in The Fisher King (1991). His breakout role came when he played Val Goldman in the 1996 comedy The Birdcage. He has been married to Anya Epstein, the sister of baseball executive Theo Epstein, since September 23, 2000. Together they have two daughters, Eve Futterman and Sylvie Futterman.

Body Measurements Table

In the following table, you will find all body measurements of that are known today. Be it the height weight, shoe size, or something else.

Height175 cm, 5′9″ (feet & inches)
Weight75 kg, 165 pounds
Shoe Size (US)N/A
Body ShapeSlim


I was raised Jewish and bar mitzvahed.

Dan Futterman

We are breaking new ground in the territory of dumb with ‘Shooting Fish.’ Dumb, but in good taste. Silly, but not ridiculous.

Dan Futterman

Does ‘Shooting Fish’ have less artistic merit than a play like ‘Angels In America,’ which I did? Well, probably. But it’s good for something.

Dan Futterman

I don’t pretend to be anything but an actor and a writer.

Dan Futterman

With a play, there’s more of a definable arc because of the nature of theater: You know, there’s no editing, so there’s something more natural about the arc a character follows in a play. I think theater is more an actor’s medium, whereas film is more a director’s medium, because that’s who controls the final feel of the film.

Dan Futterman


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