An extremely versatile actor/comedian/scriptwriter, Dannon Green is known for his signature stand up comedy line "I don't want no trouble". He made his television debut on Apollo Comedy Hour, and is continuously making a name for himself.
Born in Manhattan, New York and raised in Philadelphia, PA. Dannon possesses mega personality and the ability to keep you laughing. He is a talented comedian and actor who have been in various films, television sitcoms, and national commercials.
He has graced the sets of UPN's sitcoms “Moesha”, “Girlfriends”, and “One On One”, and has worked on the WB sitcom “All About The Anderson's” staring Anthony Anderson and Nickelodeon’s “Just Jordan” staring Little JJ. He has also been in the critically acclaimed series, “The Shield”, “Everybody Hates Chris” staring Chris Rock, as well as the Starz channel’s hit stand up comedy series “Martin Lawrence’s First Amendment”. As for films, Dannon has been featured in HBO’s films Butter, Supreme Sanction, and Desert Thunder. Green was also featured in the film, Baby Boy that was distributed by Columbia Pictures and directed by John Singleton. He's also featured in the film The Luau that stars Brian Hooks and Faizon Love. Dannon was also featured in a short film that was produce by RSA Films and USA Network called “DUCK” it was directed by Jakob Daschek, Starring Skylan Brooks. He has also been featured on BET’s “Comic View” and TV One “The Funny Spot” hosted by Tony Rock as well as BET’s One Mic Stand with Kevin Hart. Dannon was also featured on TV One’s “Comics Unleashed” with Dick Gregory hosted by Byron Allen. He co-starred in the movie “Happy Hour” starring Guy Torry and Tra Ireland. He recently just finished shooting the movie “Civilian Life” with Lahmard J.Tate which was directed my Rubin Whitmore II. Dannon is currently working on producing his first movie as well as other personal projects. He also can be seen in a number of national commercials and has recently guest stared on BET’s hit television show “Real Husbands of Hollywood” starring Kevin Hart, and currently in the hit Netflix movie “Nappily Ever After” starring Sanna Lathan. Dannon is currently writing and directing his first documentary “The Executioners” a story about a boxing gym out of Philadelphia, PA.
Although he gets some of his comedy from other people’s experiences, mostly he gets inspiration from life experience. Ironically, it is his life experience that has given him a competitive edge to be a talented, ambitious, and a promising star.
Extremely strong minded and determined at such a young age, Dannon, made it through all the drama, which included the death of his paternal and adopted mother and eventually made it to graduate school at The Ohio State University where he earned his Masters in computer animation. Green also has other talents. In 1989-1990 Dannon became a back to back two time Golden Glove champion in boxing as well as an avid golfer. Dannon has also completed five screenplays, and is looking forward to more acting and directing in the future.