Daniel Fridell

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Daniel Fridell was born on 31 March, 1967 in Södermalm, Stockholm, Sweden, is a Film director. Discover Daniel Fridell’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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OccupationFilm director
Age53 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born31 March 1967
Birthday31 March
BirthplaceSödermalm, Stockholm, Sweden

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Daniel Fridell Net Worth

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In 2011, he wrote and directed the critically acclaimed feature music documentary from Cuba, El Medico: The Cubaton Story, which has received numerous awards including Best Documentary at the New York International Latino Film Festival. It was also a festival selection at SXSW 2012, Busan International Film Festival in South Korea, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Mar Del Plata, Afi Silver and LIDF England.


His next feature, Dubbel-8 in 2000, was an official selection at the Toronto International Film Festival. Fridell continued down this path of critically acclaimed dark drama’s into the early 2000s where he wrote and directed two features back-to-back, Blodsbröder (English title: Bloodbrothers) in 2005 with Noomi Rapace and Säg att du älskar mig (English title: Say That You Love Me) in 2006, both box office hits. Say That You Love Me newcomer, Haddy Jallow, also received Best Actress in Scandinavian for her role.


He produced Under ytan in 1997, which became a success at the cinemas in Scandinavia, France and many other territories. It opened at the Montreal Film Festival winning numerous awards and was officially selected for over 40 film festivals. Mikael Persbrandt and Johanna Sällström won major acting awards, as well it won awards for Best Film and Photo. USA Films optioned the remake rights and the film was sold to over 25 countries and distributed in the U.S by Phaedra. In the 1990s, it was also voted Best Swedish Feature by Swedish television.

Throughout his career, Fridell has also directed, produced and written many successful TV series including Chock 1 – Dödsängeln in 1997 with Mikael Håfström and a comedy series, A Class of Its Own, which became a cult hit in Northern Europe. It also won the Egmont and Ebeltofts prize for Best Scandinavian Youth program. In 2005, he wrote the screenplay together with Reidar Jönsson to the upcoming film Hair of the Dog, a follow up to the Oscar nominated My Life as a Dog as well as producing Rånarna (English title: Blank Point) in 2003, Universal Pictures first Scandinavian local production starring Mikael Persbrandt and Sofia Helin and Exit in 2006 starring Mads Mikkelsen and Alexander Skarsgård. In the mid-2000s where Fridell move to the US where his output changed from dark drama to documentaries and horror. He co-wrote and co-produced the Japanese horror Apartment 1303 in 2007. In 2011, he later helped out designing and co-directing the American remake Apartment 1303 3D with Mischa Barton and Rebecca De Mornay.


In 1993, while attending Kulturama Film Academy in Sweden, Daniel and actor Liam Norberg used the schools cameras at night and made the first of numerous Scandinavian hits, Sökarna (English:The Searchers) in 1993. The main actor Liam Norberg was arrested at the premiere for the film for the biggest robbery in Northern Europe. The film was accused to be financed with some of the 100 million Euros stolen from the bank but the film was still released throughout Scandinavia and went to #1 at the box office. While some of the cast went to prison, Daniel made Cry, an urban Romeo & Juliet that was also hit the Box Office and knocked off films like The Lion King’ from the #1 spot. Cry was in competition at the Tokyo Film Festival and won several prizes including best youth film at the Rotterdam Film Festival.


Fridell spent the early 1990s at the European Filmakademie in Berlin where he studied under Wim Wenders and Jan de Bont. He was invited to Los Angeles to continue studying with De Bont who was filming Basic Instinct and Twister where Daniel simultaneously enrolled at the Judith Weston Academy for Directors and Actors in Santa Monica.


Daniel Fridell (born 31 March 1967) is a Swedish film director and producer.