Jeff Daniels

Biography: Jeff Daniels Biography
The 6'3" low-key leading man with a reserved manner and classic blond hair, blue eyes studied at the University of Central Michigan but his desire to be an actor soon took him to New York where he made a name for himself in the theatre.
Daniels won an Obie Award in 1982 for his one man theatre performance in 'Johnny Got His Gun' but his screen debut was in 1981's 'Ragtime'.
His breakthrough movie role however was not to come until 1985 when he was cast to replace Michael Keaton opposite Mia Farrow in Woody Allen's 'Purple Rose of Cairo'.
Daniels has gone on to star and support in a string of hit movies and the diversity of the roles just shows his talent - comedy(Dumb and Dumber), action(Speed), romantic(Pleasantville) the list goes on and on.
He owns the Purple Rose Theatre in Chelsea, Michigan and runs the film company Purple Rose Films.
Daniels is married to Kathleen Treado and they have one son.

Jeff Daniels' Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 60
Highest Metascore: 84 Looper
Lowest Metascore: 30 Gods and Generals
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 28
  2. Negative: 6 out of 28
28 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd A Plumm Summer Apr 25, 2008 Narrator 9.2
44 The Answer Man Jul 24, 2009 Arlen Faber 8.0
54 Because of Winn-Dixie Feb 18, 2005 Preacher 7.3
53 Imaginary Heroes Dec 17, 2004 Ben Travis 7.0
58 Away We Go Jun 5, 2009 Jerry Farlander 6.8
41 Dumb and Dumber Dec 16, 1994 Harry Dunne 6.0
49 101 Dalmatians Nov 27, 1996 Roger 5.9