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Dan hasn't always had those movie star good looks, he was born with a slight blemish. Dan's parents were horrified to find their son had an extra pair of lips on his left cheek.

The doctors worked their magic, and after two short operations, they moved the lips to a place more needed. Dan's parents spoke another language that they never taught him, making communication difficult.

Dan always wanted to be an astronaut, but after 9th grade he decided to go into television. He watched it for about 8 years straight, not moving from the couch once. Before embarrasing himself in front of the camera, Dan was a television news photographer. He also did some talk radio on KOA and studied at Groundlings Improv Comedy Theatre in Hollywood, CA.

Dan is imbalanced and very dangerous. Don't make any sudden moves around Dan. He thinks he's a goat.

Dan's turn on's--dog toys, milk, blue toilet water and the smell of fudge.

Dan's turn offs--Fig Newtons, luggage and the letter "Q".


Recent Articles
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    Students at UNC allowed to bring cats, dogs to live with them in dorm

    GREELEY, Colo. — The University of Northern Colorado has been invaded by students’ pets. For the first time, students are allowed to bring their pets to live with them in some of the dorms. Students like junior Morgan Monroe have big lists of items to bring with them as they head to school at UNC. But this time around, Morgan brought her 17-year-old cat, Bootsie. The school is letting students bring their dog or cat to campus. “This is an […]

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    RTD unveils new Union Station train, bus depot (and it’s awesome)

    DENVER — RTD showed off it’s new bus hub at Union Station in Lodo Friday. The depot is scheduled to open May 11 and will replace Market Street Station as main hub for the transit system. It’s a dramatic improvement over the Market Street Station and will offer riders a modern and beautiful space to wait for their ride. The station will eventually serve as a central connection point for RTD’s existing light rail lines and the new commuter rail […]

  • Bike Depot pushes to get more people on bicycles

    DENVER — With the weather warming, more people are taking to the streets and trails on bicycles. The Bike Depot in Park Hill (2825 Fairfax St.) is a nonprofit bike shop that takes in donated bikes, refurbishes them and sells them but also donates them to those who can’t afford a bike. The Bike Depot’s Fix Your Bike program allows bike owners to use the shop’s space and tools to fix their bikes. Volunteer mechanics are also available to help […]

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    Colo. lawmaker looks to add cantaloupe to state fruit bill

    DENVER — At the beginning of April, Colorado lawmakers met at the Capital to vote on a bill that proposed to make the Palisade peach the official state fruit of Colorado. Committee members voted in favor of HB 14-1304 10 to one, sending the legislation on to the House Appropriations Committee for review. Sen. Larry Crowder has since moved to add the Rocky Ford cantaloupe to the bill, stating that the two fruits have similar history and stature in Colorado […]

  • Emergency workers care to Tango after the dog was critically injured in a rollover accident. Tango's former owner, Leonard Day, was charged with extreme cruelty to animals after the accident that left Tango critically injured. (Credit: KRQE / CNN)

    Englewood group re-adopts dog critically hurt in possible DUI crash

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — An Englewood nonprofit organization felt helpless reading the news that one of their rescued and rehabilitated dogs had been critically injured in a possible DWI accident in New Mexico. Now they’re doing something about it. Freedom Service Dogs of America confirmed this week that their group will be re-adopting Tango, who suffered a collapsed lung, fractured pelvis and two broken hind legs after being thrown from a vehicle being driven by his owner, Leonard Day, in Albuquerque. Day, who wasn’t seriously […]

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    Plenty of construction jobs available in metro Denver

    DENVER — Help wanted signs are now posted at construction sites all over Colorado. In fact, help is so wanted, employers fear there might not be enough workers to fill the jobs. Take the Union Station project in downtown Denver as an example. It employed 10,000 workers and the project is almost done. The grand opening celebration happens May 9. Even when it is done, those workers won’t have to look far to fine their next job. Industry leaders say […]

  • Boulder’s annual Polar Plunge

    BOULDER, Colo. -- Every New Year's Day, some very brave Boulder residents take a very chilly plunge for charity.

  • Blue Ribbon Schools: Ponderosa Elementary School

    AURORA, Colo. — Open for business in 1970, the first thing you notice is there are a lot of kids at Ponderosa Elementary school in Aurora — over 800 students from kindergarten through fifth grade. Principal Elizabeth Sloan has been at the helm here since 2006, when, according to her, the status quo wasn’t so good. “We had low academic achievement, a lot of behavior issues.” She said. But that didn’t last very long. Once at the helm, Principal Sloan […]

  • Coincidence or divine intervention? Good Samaritan saves stranger’s life

    AURORA, Colo. — The lives of two strangers have been changed forever after a life-threatening heart attack and coincidence brought them together. Jeff Eshbaugh, 48, of Aurora was on a walking path when the heart attack hit on Sunday, September 22. It was the type of heart attack that’s so severe, some doctors call it the “widow maker.” “It’s the electrical instability of the heart rhythm,” says cardiologist Dr. George Pachello. “That’s what gets you. And it got him.” Thankfully, […]

  • Girl Scouts looking for more troop leaders

    DENVER — Created in 1912 in Savannah, Georgia, their mission was simple: “Building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place and that is what our alumni do,” said Amanda Kalina with the Girl Scouts of Colorado. Right now, in Colorado, there are about 30,000 young ladies in the Girl Scouts.  But, there is a problem, and it’s not because of a lack of interest. “We are in need of volunteers,” Kalina said. There are […]

  • Gold Star Wives of America bring national convention to Denver

    DENVER — It’s a soldier’s ultimate sacrifice: giving their life for their country. But for the families of the fallen, the sacrifice continues. The Gold Star Wives of America are holding their 68th annual national convention in Denver. They’re in the Mile High City from all over the country and they all have one terrible thing in common. Every one of them lost the love of their life to war. “My husband died of Agent Orange,” one military wife and […]

  • Bring on the Wings!

    Dan Daru checks out Fire On The Mountain Buffalo Wings in the Highlands.