Danny Mann Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Career, Work Life, Personal Stuff

Danny Mann is an American Voice actor who was born on July 28, 1951 in Tennessee, United States and also raised in there. Although he gained popularity only as a voice artist and also known as a film actor, musician, television writer and production manager. He is best known for the 1995 movies Baby and Balto and the 2009 movie Up. He is a veteran actor, internet celebrity and has a huge Hollywood fan following.

Name Danny Mann
Birthday July 28, 1951
Age 73 years
Birthplace Tennessee, United States
Lives In Tennessee, USA
Occupation Voice Actor
Height 5 feet 9 inches
Weight 75 Kg
Hair Color Black
Net Worth USD 20 million (approx.)
Nationality American
Religion Not Published 
Years Active 1972-Present
Award Not Published 
Alma Mater  Not Published 

Family Members & Education –

Father’s Name : Not Known
Mother’s Name : Not Known
Marital Status : Married

School : Not Known
College : Not Known
Educational Qualification : Not Known

Physical Stats –

Height : 5 feet 9 inches
Weight : 75 kg
Hair Colour : Black
Eyes Colour : Black

Career –

Danny Mann is a popular American voice actor who made his professional debut in 1972. He is also known as a writer, singer, musician and production manager. He has worked as a successful voice actor in numerous films, television and television writing for Thick of the Night and An Evening at the Improv. He co-starred with James Cromwell in the 1995 film, voicing the role of Babe Ferdinand. He is best known as the voice actor of Backwoods Beagle in Lodactales, Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats, Cloudraker and Lightspeed in Transformers, Kaltag in Balto, Freeway, Baber Ferdinand and Serge in Open Season, Open Season 2. He played Mad Thinker in The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, J. in Darkwing Duck. Hotshot, voiced by Percy Tuss as Gander Hooters. The Wild, Toy Story 3, Monsters University and Planes.
Danny Mann is one of the most successful American veteran actors and his long acting career has earned him a lot of respect and fans.