Daniel James Roebuck is an American movie star, television actor, producer and writer. He was born in Bethlehem district of Pennsylvania. He completed his school from Bethlehem Catholic High School. He was first seen in a film role in 1981. His performance was noticed in Matlock from 1992 to 1995. He played the role of Cliff Lewis who is Andy Griffith’s assistant lawyer. He was then seen in Nash Bridges as a corrupt officer named Inspector Rick Bettina.
He made several guest appearances on English Television and feature films like Dudes, River’s Edge and Bryan Loves You. He played the recurring role of a US Marshal in movies like US Marshals and The Fugitive. He was seen as Mr. Banks in the flick Agent Cody Banks and then its sequel. He also played the role of an FBI agent named Weine in Final Destination. Roebuck has worked with Leah Remini too in the series The King of Queens (1999) where he played the role of a cop for one odd episode.
Roebuck’s most memorable role was in an HBO TV film named The Late Shift. He played the role of
. His performance as Leno is one of the top points on his resume. In the early 2000s, he took up a role in Bubba Ho-Tep in 2002 and a
Red Riding Hood
production in 2006. The latter was an HD motion picture which was among the first few to be shot with live on-demand virtual 3D set technology.
He was then back to TV for his recurring role in Lost. Lost was a television drama which portrayed Daniel as Dr.Arzt in about nine episodes between 2005 and 2010. The Devil’s Reject, a film by Rob Zombie, showed Daniel in a short role. He turned a producer and writer for the Monsterama series and made a guest appearance in some of the episodes. Roebuck also has a history of performances in teenage dramas. He was seen in Quints, a Disney Channel Original Movie and an original movie by the channel Nickelodeon – Shredderman Rules.
He guest starred in Disney’s
: The Continuing Mission and Wizards of Waverly Place. He played Mr. Condor in Sonny with a Chance. In October 2012, he played B.J. on webisodes of AMC’s production – The Walking Dead Cold Storage. In November 2015, he was seen in a Phillip K Dick novel adaption called The Man in the High Castle. He played the role of Arnold Walker in about eight to ten episodes.