Everything you need to know about Mean Girls star Daniel Franzese including his appearance on RuPaul
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He starred as Damian in the hit teen film Mean Girls.
And 17 years after the film was released in 2004, Daniel Franzese is still famous for his one-liners including “you go Glen Coco” while donning a Santa suit and handing out candy canes.
But where is the actor now? Let’s take a look…
How old is Daniel?
Daniel was born on May 9th 1978 meaning he is 42 years old. The actor was just 26 when he played the part of Damian at North Shore High School.
The actor has 126,000 Instagram followers and often posts sweet pictures with his niece and nephew in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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Is he dating anyone?
In 2016 Daniel got down on one knee in Starbucks to propose to his boyfriend of two years, stylist Joseph Bradley Phillips.
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However in June 2018 the pair decided to call the engagement off and in an emotional Facebook post, Daniel penned: “Sometimes shooting stars shine so brightly that they burn out and now we must go separate ways but I hope my path always crosses with his.
“Joseph Bradley Phillips and I have decided to part ways, break our engagement promise and continue on into the future as friends.”
What has he starred in?
In 2015 the actor was cast in HBO series Looking along with Jack Morrison in ABC’s legal drama series Conviction.
He was also a guest panellist on RuPaul’s Drag Race last April in the US.
What does he do alongside acting?
Since starring in the film, Daniel has performed in his hit New York stand-up comedy show named Danny Franzese and The House Of Glen Coco.
Daniel also has a Cameo account where he does personalised messages for fans for £71.25.
Following the success of Mean Girls and his LGBTQ comedy show, he has also released a fashion and homeware brand named House of Glen Coco
The brand sells Mean Girls-inspired mugs and t-shirts with slogans such as "I got my pink shirt back" and "you don’t even go here".
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