Daniel Elbittar, born April 30, in Caracas, is a Venezuelan actor.
Elbittar's mother always told him that he's an actor since he was born and will succeed as an actor. Her premonition came true when Elbittar accompanied his sister to do casting for “Así es la vida”. They auditioned him by chance and was signed on the spot. Soon after, he landed his first professional role, that of a series regular in 2001 as Alberto José in "Más que amor, frenesí".
His acting career took off as he took roles in many more Venezuelan telenovelas such as "Enganada" in 2003, "Negra consentida" in 2004 and "Olvidarte jamás" in 2006 as Alejandro Montero.
In 2007, Elbittar landed one TV project to another, appearing in such popular series as "Seguro y urgente", "Decisiones", and recently, playing the role of Juan Pablo Alcántara in "Camaleona".
If he could describe himself in three words, Elbittar would say fighter, romantic, and positive. He says his best quality is that he is always consistent and that he is much happy when he is surrounded by his family and friends.
His ultimate dream is to someday break into Hollywood but he knows that his destiny rests in his own hands so he is determined to work hard to break into the industry and make it big.
Outside acting, Elbittar loves to play basketball and make sushi.
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