Acteur de 68 ans (19 juillet 1951)
Daniel Zacapa is an American trilingual actor, community activist, who one day dreamed of playing baseball for the San Francisco Giants. He played the role of Detective Taylor in the 1995 David Fincher film, Seven. Daniel Zacapa has worked steadily from the 1970s to the 1990s, amassing a series of television credits, as well as roles in Up Close and Personal.
The eldest of five children in a single parent household, Daniel Zacapa was born in Honduras as Garret Pearson, and raised in the San Francisco Bay area. As a high school student working in a mental health center with emotionally handicapped children, Zacapa saw that loving attention and respect could make a huge impact in a person's life. This understanding became the springboard for commitment in supporting youth to become expressive, responsible achievers of their own dreams. Regularly speaking to youth, Zacapa believes that, "Young people are so eager for adults to engage them on their level. Children long to be seen for their own uniqueness and need encouragement from adults to find their own path."
Zacapa is currently a cast member of Showtime's Resurrection Boulevard, portraying Tio Ruben of the Santiago family. Most recently completed principal photography in George Clooney's directorial debut, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, and a leading role in the independent film Coronado His other feature film credits are The Mexican with Brad Pitt, Odd Couple II with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, Up Close and Personal, Phenomenon, Seven, The Sandlot, and Werner Herzog's Aguirre: The Wrath of God. His television appearances have included Six Feet Under, Judging Amy, The Practice, NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, JAG, and Star Trek: Voyager. He won the 1998 ALMA Award recipient as Best Supporting Actor for his role in Foto Novelas, a PBS drama directed by Carlos Avila.