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Dann Florek Net Worth
Dann Florek net worth and salary: Dann Florek is an American actor with an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars and a salary per episode of $100 thousand. Born in Flat Rock, Michigan, Dann Florek, also known as Ezequiel Dann Florek, left Eastern Michigan University early, in order to pursue an acting career full-time. He began his professional career with a role in the television movie, "...
Ezekial Dann Florek
Jan 7, 2014 – Ezekial Dann Florek, better known as Dann Florek, is an American actor and director. He is best known for his role as Donald Cragen on NBC's Law & Order and its spinoff Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Jan 15, 2014 – Dave Florek is an American actor. Florek is the brother of actor Dann Florek. He is known for playing Mr. Chopsaw, the wood shop teacher, in the Nickelodeon sitcom Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide. He also portrayed Coach Smiley on Fresh Prin
Jan 11, 2014 – Beautiful Joe is a 2000 American - British film written and directed by Stephen Metcalfe. It stars Sharon Stone and Billy Connolly, with supporting roles by Ian Holm, Dann Florek, and Gil Bellows.
The cast of Law - Order Special Victims Unit including Dann Florek Mariska Hargit
Dec 27, 2013 – The cast of Law - Order Special Victims Unit including Dann Florek Mariska Hargitay and Danny Pino who play Donald Cragen Olivia Benson and Nick Amaro in the crime series respectively are seen filming scenes for Season 15 in New York.Hargitay recentl
Dann Florek and Danny Pino walking back to the set of Law...
Dec 25, 2013 – Dann Florek and Danny Pino walking back to the set of Law and Order - SVU stop to sign for a fan in New York, NY, on 2/28/13. Thanks for watching this video! Video Credit: Getty Images
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L&OSVU Deleted Scene "Honor" Stephanie March Dann Florek
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