Sometimes billed as: Daniel Shor
Biography from 1989 Excellent Adventure
Educated at both Northwestern University and the London Academy of Music and
Dramatic Art, Shor starred on Broadway in "Equus," and has appeared in
such films as "Strangerís Kiss," "Mikeís Murder,"
"Talk to Me," "Strange Behavior," "Tron,"
"Back Roads" and "Wise Blood." On television, he was
Detective Newman, a regular on "Cagney and Lacey," and has also been
seen in the miniseries "The Blue and the Gray," "Rumor of
War," "Studs Lonigan" and "Friendly Fire."
Dan Shor made appearances in the films Solar Crisis, Ghoulies
3, Doppelganger and Air Force One.
On television he appeared as the character Dr. Arridor in both Star
Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager. He also
appeared in episodes of Judging Amy and The X-Files.
In 2007, Dan
Shor, who is also a writer and
filmmaker, completed a sixth month project for television entitled State of
Liberty about the people of Saipan and their stories (there is also a DVD
release entitled Looking
for America: A Saipan Story.)
Later in the
year, Dan joined the acting program facility at the International Academy of
Film and Television and is currently listed on their website as a former mentor.
In 2009, he played a photographer in the
short film, Passing Strangers, he played a part in the short film Tron:
The Next Day in 2011, and also appeared in the short
film My Angel My Hero (which he also co-directed) which was scheduled for release in
Dan Shor has
now created the video and media company Shodavision
which creates documentaries, among many other services.
For a list of Dan's acting credits,
please visit the Internet Movie Database