Dan Schneiderman – Actor, TV and Film Producer
Daniel Schneiderman is a journalist known for his weekly pieces about television media and its impact on society, published by French magazine Liberation.
He has held positions at several financial companies, such as Vice President of Finance & Controller for MetaStat Inc and VP Investment Banking with Burnham Hill Partners LLC.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Schneiderman was born in Memphis, Tennessee on January 14th 1966 and is an American actor, TV and film writer/producer. His resume includes appearances in “All That”, “Head of the Class”, and “The Amanda Show”, while he has also written/produced films such as ‘Good Burger” and “Big Fat Liar”.
He began his career as a child actor on the popular kids’ sitcom Head of the Class before going on to write and produce several successful Nickelodeon series like All That, Drake & Josh Sam & Cat Game Shakers Henry Danger and Zoey 101.
Schneiderman used email to chronicle his experiences with testicular cancer from diagnosis, surgery (in which one testicle was lost), treatment and recovery in candid and humorous emails to friends. Now he is taking that material and turning it into a one-man show called “My Left Nut”.
Schneiderman is a partner at Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora where he specializes in personal injury litigation, wrongful death suits, construction accidents and product liability matters as well as medical malpractice litigation and other complex litigation matters.
Schneiderman was accused of sexual assault following Harvey Weinstein and other high-profile men’s downfall; allegations seemed to surface against a different high-powered figure every week for sexual misconduct or inappropriate conduct.
Hunter encouraged Schneiderman to apologize. At first he hesitated; fearing his former victim may pursue legal action; further, an apology could be used against him in his defense case against Selvaratnam and Manning Barish; in the end though, they both accepted settlement agreements; however he never apologized to Perry.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Schneidermann has participated in many projects and organizations over time. He writes weekly columns for Le Monde as well as media columns for Liberation magazine; however, due to his highly private lifestyle he rarely talks about any endorsement deals with brands or business deals that he makes public.
He serves on the board of directors of Rochester Institute of Technology’s MAGIC Center and co-chairs the Rochester Mini Maker Faire, and is widely known as an influential leader of the maker movement – an extension of DIY culture encompassing electronics, robotics and 3D printing.
Schneidermann was known for her powerful speech abilities and fundraising efforts which assisted European Jews flee Nazi persecution to resettle in either America or Palestine. Franklin Delano Roosevelt appointed Schneidermann to serve on his National Labor Advisory Board where she advocated for social security and wage parity for women workers.
Schneiderman was working as a fully employed Toronto actor when he noticed a hard, pea-sized lump on his left testicle in 2005. Though healthy and in perfect health at the time, he decided to visit the hospital anyway and was informed it was cancerous testicular cancer. Thanks to early detection however, his cancer was contained and now considers himself cancer free.
Schneiderman currently sits on the board of AzurRx BioPharma Inc and was Chief Financial Officer at Biophytis SA’s U.S. subsidiary MetaStat Inc from February 2012 through October 2018.
He was honored with selection to Rising Stars of Personal Injury: Plaintiff Law for 2017, an honor only given out annually.
Dan Schneider is an esteemed American Television Producer, Screenwriter and Actor. Initially he found success acting in several 1980s and 1990s films and TV series before realizing he preferred writing and producing more.
Nickelodeon hired him and he went on to produce several hit shows such as All That, Kenan & Kel, The Amanda Show, Drake & Josh, Zoey 101 and iCarly; along with Sam & Cat and Victorious spin-offs.
Schneider held both writing and directing roles before becoming a member of the New York State Senate from 1999 to 2011. As well as advocating for progressive causes – chiefly with Rockefeller Drug Law reforms, as well as passing ethics laws against fraud against taxpayers – Schneider was also an outspoken proponent. He served as primary sponsor of Rockefeller Drug Law reforms while also passing ethics laws against taxpayers fraud.