Dan Olivo is an actor and singer. As an actor Dan began his career performing in plays with his parents Rocco and Maria Olivo who in 1972 founded The Italian Theater of Arts in Los Angeles. Dan has worked as an actor in film, television, theater, radio and as a singer at various venues and private events all over Southern California.
Dan's film and television credits include staring as Joe Gusto in the award winning comedy The Deposition of Lou Bagetta opposite Patrick Gallo of Paramount Television's The Offer, playing the role of Leno LaBianca in Mary Harron's (dir. American Psycho) latest film Charlie Says. Dan has appeared with Christina Hendrix on NBC's Good Girls, Zoey Deschanel on FOX’s New Girl, Justin Berfield on FOX's Malcolm in The Middle. and with Breaking Bad's RJ Mitte in the independent feature Who’s Driving Doug?
Inspired by artist like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, Nat "King" Cole, Harry Connick Jr. and Michael Buble', Dan croons the Great American Songbook. Dan and his jazz band perform regularly all over Southern California including residencies at The Drake in Laguna Beach, Le Grand DTLA, Chess Park Lounge in Glendale, and has also frequented such venues at The Bar Nineteen12 of The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Ritz Carlton at Corona Del Mar and Rancho Mirage, The Riviera Hotel and Frank Sinatra House in Palm Springs
and Now Boarding Cocktail Lounge in West Hollywood.
Dan's radio appearances include The Fabulous 570 KLAC, The Lounge on 690 AM and Martini in the Morning with radio personalities
Brad "Martini" Chambers. Dan has performed at the Eagle Rock Music Festival, as well as the Mistletoe and Martini Christmas Concert at The Universal Amphitheater where Frank Sinatra Jr., Natalie Cole, Steve Tyrell, Bobby Caldwell and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy also performed.