Daniel C. Striepeke is a film worker, actor, writer and producer. He was born in Sonoma County on 8 October 1930. He is known for Catch Me If You Can (2002), The Da Vinci Code (2006), Road to Perdition (2002), The Terminal (2004) and The Magnificent Seven (1960).
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Daniel C. Striepeke
Born 1930-10-08 (91 years ago) in Sonoma County.
|Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling (Saving Private Ryan)||71st Academy Awards||1998||Rädda menige Ryan|
|Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling (Forrest Gump)||67th Academy Awards||1994||Forrest Gump|
|Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Makeup (Hallmark Hall of Fame)||29th Primetime Emmy Awards||1977||Hallmark Hall of Fame|
|Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Makeup (Twigs)||27th Primetime Emmy Awards||1975||Twigs|
|Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement In The Visual Arts (Lost in Space)||20th Primetime Emmy Awards||1968||Lost in Space|