Hailing from Minneapolis and currently residing in Los Angeles, Dan began turning heads soon after moving to Chicago in 1999 and
honing his craft on the stage and in the rich Chicago indy film scene. After landing his first feature film role in 2000 as Bobby MaGhee in Mark Murphy's 'Constructing Mulligan's Stew', Dan
was off and running on his lifelong storytelling journey as an actor, writer, producer, musician and singer, currently leading his ultra-catchy and edgy band DevAngel. Dan truly is a multi-threat
crossover entertainer of five talents who creates, develops, collaborates and produces across all media and genres in addition to being a very gifted performer.
Soon after arriving in LA in 2003, filmmaker Delvin Molden cast Dan as the fish out of water, rookie parole officer Myers in his first LA feature film, the urban comedy 'Out On Parole' staring Tony Roberts and Speedy.
Dan continued adding tools to his repertoire and joined the talented Dry Hump Comedy group where he acted, wrote, and produced live and filmed sketch comedy with the likes of Jill Bartlett, Mike
Nelson, Ward Roberts and many more.
Having grown up the youngest of three brothers in Minnesota, Dan learned to ice skate and walk around the same time and has been an avid hockey player all of his life. In middle school, he discovered another of his passions, skateboarding, and throughout the mid and late 80s competed in vert riding contests across the Country. At age 15, Dan co-founded the now defunct 'Beacon' skateboards and 'FLOW' skatezine, but continues to hit the neighborhood skatepark for a little bowl riding when he can. Dan married gifted psychic healer Mojan Magen Ramberg in 2008 and hopes to raise lovely children with the Toronto, Canada native someday.
Dan's closest and oldest friends say that he is a man who walks to the beat of his own drum and draws great inspiration from uncompromising visionaries Sean Penn, Clint Eastwood, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Michael Douglas, and the most influential in his entertainment philosophy Joel and Ethan Cohen. His biggest hero is David Bowie.
While he has continued to work steadily in the entertainment business, be on the lookout for Dan Ramberg as his career continues to grow in opportunity rich Hollywood.