Daniel Lupi was born in 1961. He is nearly 54-55 years in age. He is an American film producer, and a production manager. Daniel Lupi got married to Joanne Sellar. Joanne Sellar is a Hollywood producer but she works for English and American films. She was born in 1963 in Hendon. Daniel and Joanne have a long association with director Thomas Paul Anderson.
Daniel was known for many movies, but the best out of them for which he was known was “Magnolia” in 1999, “There Will Be Blood” in 2007 and “Her in 2013. In many movies, Daniel worked as co-producer, associate producer as well as executive and line producer. Daniel Lupi worked as an associate producer in “Dust Devil” in 1992.
He worked as line producers in “Nightwatch” in 1997; as executive producer in “Catch Me If You Can” in 2002, “50 First Dates” in 2004, “Kicking & Screaming” and “Get Rich or Die Trying” in 2005, “Lions for Lambs” in 2007, “Land of The Lost” in 2009, “
” in 2010, ‘
” and “Her” in 2013, “Bridge of Spies” in 2015. He was co-producer of- “Hard Eight” in 1998, “Boogie Nights” and “Scream 2” in 1997, “Magnolia” in 1999, “Simone” in 2002, and “Dark Blood” in 2012. He produced movies like- “Impostor” in 2001, “Punch-Drunk Love in 2002, “There Will Be Blood” in 2007, “
” in 2012, and “Inherent Vice” in 2014.
Daniel Lupi with full responsibility plays his role and gives his best in the movie. From historic drama to crime comedy drama to romantic science-fiction drama every concept was carried off well.
His movies were very much appreciated by the people. His work is always shown in his movies. Many of his movies were nominated for awards. Daniel Lupi’s “There Will Be Blood” was nominated for best motion pictures of the year in Academy Awards, USA; for best film in BAFTA Awards; best motion picture in Award Circuit Community Awards; motion picture in Golden Derby Awards; The best producer at theatrical motion pictures in PGA Awards in 2008. “There Will Be Blood” won Best Picture in Online Film and Television Association and Movie of the year in AFI Awards, the USA in 2008 which was shared with Joanne Sellar and Thomas Paul Anderson.
His movie “The Master” was also nominated for best features in 2012 at Gotham Awards. In Christopher Awards (2013) “Lincoln” won for Feature Film which was shared by
(director), Kristie Macosko Krieger,
and Adam Somner (co-producer), Jonathan King and Jeff Skoll (executive producer) and Tony Kushner (screenwriter).