Dan Rowan was an American actor.
Dan Rowan was born Daniel Hale Rowan on July 22nd, in Beggs, Oklahoma, United States. His zodiac sign was Cancer.
He died on Tuesday, September 22nd, 1987 at the age of sixty-five (65) in Englewood, Florida, United States.
As an actor, Dan Rowan has worked on movies such as The Maltese Bippy, released in 1969 (character: Sam Smith).
The Maltese Bippy
Directed by: N. Panama, starring D. Rowan, D. Martin, C. Lynley, J. Newmar...
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