Birth Name: Dane DeHaan
Birth Place: Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
Born in 1987, DeHaan began making appearances in television projects like the documentary "The Doomsday Flu" (The History Channel, 1998) and shorts while still in his teens. After graduating from the North Carolina School for the Arts, he headed north to New York City, where he made his stage debut as Haley Joel Osment's understudy in a 2008 Broadway production of "American Buffalo." Roles in off-Broadway shows began dropping in his lap while he earned more substantive screen time on "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" and in TV movies like "The Front" (Lifetime, 2010).DeHaan's big break came with a seven-episode stint on the third season of "In Treatment." Cast as Jesse, a young gay man s...
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