Daniel Faraldo has appeared in over 50 television shows and 20 films. Born in Buenos Aires Argentina in 1949, Daniel was a graduate of the Academy of the Performing Arts in Buenos Aires before moving to New York where he was accepted to the Lee Strasberg Institute. For over 35 years Daniel Faraldo has crafted his art along side the likes of Tom Cruise, Andy Garcia, Melanie Griffith, Mario Van Peebles, Brad Dourif and Neil Patrick Harris to name a few.
Most known for the role of Tony Salvano in the 1988 Steven Segal cult movie “Above the Law”, Daniel commanded the screen as the slimy henchmen to antagonist Kurt Zagon played by the incomparable Henry Silva.
In 1977, Daniel played the role of Chino in one of the most controversial films ever put to celluloid in Robert A. Endelson’s “Fight for your Life.” In the vein of other revenge thriller cult classics such as Last House on the Left and I Spit on your Grave, the film continues to ignite conversation amongst top scholars of 70’s exploitation cinema.
Some of his television credits include recurring roles and guest appearances in Alias, The A Team, Magnum PI, Knight Rider, Family Matters, Mac Gyver, Doogie Howser M.D. and The Equalizer.