Born: October 14, 1985
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Daniel Allen Clark (born October 14, 1985) is an American-Canadian actor, producer and reporter. Clark is best known for his role as Sean Cameron on Degrassi: The Next Generation and as Steve Rendazo on the movie Juno.Clark was born in Chicago, Illinois. He has a younger brother Robert Clark who starred in The Zack Files and Strange Days at Blake Holsey High. Clark was raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada where he currently resides.
His first role was "Chip" in a stage production of Beauty and the Beast in 1997.
He made a number of appearances on TV series, including Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension, Goosebumps and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, and featured roles in films like Grizzly Falls and Model Behavior.
In 2001, Clark took a regular role as Sean Cameron on Degrassi: The Next Generation from season 1 through season 4. He took a break from Degrassi in the middle of season 4, in the episode "Back In Black" and was absent until his return as a regular in season 6 in 2006. He once again left the show at the end of season 6, but returned in a final guest appearance in season 7. He recently made an appearance in the movie Juno. He also starred in a Hallmark movie opposite Amber Tamblyn called The Russell Girl. He also appeared on an episode of "ER", titled "Blame it on the Rain".
With other actors from the series, Clark is the winner of the 2002 Young Artist Award for "Best Ensemble Actor", having been nominated again in 2003 and 2006. He was nominated in 2000 for "Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series" as "Supporting Young Actor" for his part in I Was a Sixth Grade Alien.
He is one of the two actors on Degrassi: The Next Generation to have been born in the United States, the other being Mazin Elsadig, who was also born in Illinois.
In 2012, he graduated with Latin honors from New York University. He majored in political science with a minor in business through the Stern School of Business. While in college, Clark interned on MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show, as well as ABC News' audience research department.
After graduating, he worked as a digital news associate for ABC News and later as an associate producer for Fusion, an ABC-Univision joint venture.