Dan van Husen was born on April 30 1945 in Gummersbach, Germany. Dan has one of the most recognizable faces in film. His first film was “Il bastardi” (1968). Since then he has appeared in over 125 films and television appearances. Among his films were 24 Euro-westerns among which among them were “El Condor”, “Cannon for Cordoba” both 1970 “Catlow”, “Captain Apache” “Bad Man's River” all in 1971, “Cut-Throats Nine” (1972) and “Spaghetti Western” (1976). Dan became good friends with Lee Van Cleef and during Dan's recent visit to Los Angeles I was able to visit with him at Lee's gravesite. Dan lives in England today and is still acting in European films. Today we celebrate Dan van Husen's 65th birthday.