Danny Kuttappa Kannada Actor
Other Skills
    - Supporting Actor

Born and raised in Bengaluru, Karnataka, Danny Kuttapa is an Indian actor who is widely recognized for playing negative roles in Kannada movies for over a decade. He made his debut as a villainous henchman in Ramnath Rigvedhi’s “Buddhivantha” (2008), starring Upendra. The movie was based on the Marathi play ‘To Mee Navhech’ (1962) and was the highest grossing Kannada film of 2008, being screened in major Karnataka theatres for over a hundred days.

Over the next six years, Danny appeared in six more movies but did not grab the required attention until he was cast in the horror movie “ Aakramana Click to look into! >> Read More... Aakramana ” (2014) as himself. The movie was also the first Kannada 3D horror-thriller. Since then Danny has become a recurring villain in Kannada films, including “7 (Seven)” (2015), “Mahakali” (2015), “ Shivalinga Click to look into! >> Read More... Shivalinga ” (2016) and “Hebulli” (2017). Danny portrayed as one of the lead villains in the action movie “Kidi” (2017) and the romantic drama “Paradesi C/O London” (2018).