Danny Freedman

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Danny Freedman was a Canadian actor.[1] He was best known for his performance as Mona in the film Fortune and Men's Eyes,[2] for which he won the Canadian Film Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1971.[3]

Freedman had no other major film roles, although he had minor supporting appearances in the films One Man and U-Turn, he was primarily a stage actor, whose performances included Paul Foster's Tom Paine,[4] John Palmer's Memories of My Brother,[5] Fabian Jennings' Charles Manson a.k.a. Jesus Christ[6] and Diane Grant's Broom Hilda.[7]


  1. ^ "Good idea tossed away". Toronto Star, November 5, 1973.
  2. ^ "Fortune and Men's Eyes: earnest prison drama". The Globe and Mail, June 24, 1971.
  3. ^ "New Quebec film sweeps 8 Canadian film awards". Toronto Star, October 2, 1971.
  4. ^ "Delay improves group, not play". The Globe and Mail, November 24, 1969.
  5. ^ "Muraille chooses badly for opener". Toronto Star, November 6, 1969.
  6. ^ "Passe Muraille play full of dazzlement". Toronto Star, November 20, 1971.
  7. ^ "A fine ride with Broom Hilda". The Globe and Mail, May 8, 1975.

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