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He was also nominated for Tony Awards and Drama Desk Award and was named by People magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people of the year.By the following year, Sunjata was in high demand; not only was he co-starring on "Rescue Me" as the female-crazy (and trouble-plagued) Franco Rivera, but he also landed the attention-garnering role of poet Langston Hughes in "Brother to Brother" and a small part in Woody Allen's "Melinda and Melinda.He starred as firefighter Franco Rivera on the TV program Rescue Me, and as Reggie Jackson, in the ESPN miniseries, The Bronx is burning.In 2003 won a Theater World Award and earned his first Tony nomination for playing a gay baseball player in Taking Me Out.He also has a sister from his adoptive family named Leah Condon.He did his schooling from Mount Carmel High School and later completed his undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University and the University of Louisiana.In 2006, Sunjata returned to the big screen for the film version of "The Devil Wears Prada" as up-and-coming fashion designer James Holt.

His fan can catch him on different social networking sites such as Twitter (twitter.com/danielsunjata), Myspace (myspace.com/danielsunjata), Facebook (facebook.com/danielsunjata).series 1 Daniel whiston with gaynor faye series 2 melanie Lambert with kyran bracken series 3 Matt evers with suzanne shaw series 4 maria fillipov with ray Quinn series 5 Daniel whiston with hayley tammadon series 6 still competing i… Whiston has written: 'Power of a new life' -- subject(s): Bible, Christian life, Commentaries, Congregational authors 'Are you fun to live with?Portraying a gay character in a famous Broadway play, it's not a surprising fact that speculations were made regarding his sexuality.

But the actor clearly stated himself as straight which puts the gay speculations into silence.

He was born and grew up in Evanston, Illinois, USA.



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