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Dan Lanigan Bio, Age, Wife, Career, Prop Culture, Net Worth

Dan Lanigan Biography

Dan Lanigan is an American writer and producer. He has produced Fan-O-Rama (2016), West Texas Investors Club (2015), Race to the Scene, and Prop Culture.

Lanigan is also very passionate about the preservation of film and television props, costumes, and set pieces.

Dan Lanigan Age

Lanigan’s date and year of birth are not yet known. His age, therefore, remains unknown.

Dan Lanigan Wife

Lanigan has managed to keep his personal life private. There is currently no information on whether he is married or not. He has also never been publicly romantically linked to anyone.

Dan Lanigan Career

Since he was young, Lanigan was a film fan and was also very passionate about film and television props, costumes, and set pieces. For over two decades, he has collected and preserved those props and costumes.

Dan Lanigan Photo
Dan Lanigan Photo

Lanigan is also a producer and writer. He produced and co-wrote the film Fan-O-Rama, produced the series, West Texas Investors Club, produced Race to the Scene, and is the host of Prop Culture.

Dan Lanigan Net Worth

Lanigan’s net worth is under review.

Dan Lanigan Prop Culture

Lanigan is the host of Prop Culture which is an eight-part Disney+ docuseries. Each episode on the show focuses on a different Disney movie and each episode, he travels to different locations in pursuit of each movie’s props.

Lanigan revealed that the idea of Prop Culture came to his a long time ago and had been trying to shop the show around Hollywood for a number of years without luck.

“Anybody who was interested wanted to do a ‘transactional’ version of the show; the buying and selling of props, which was not what I wanted to do. It was very important to me that this show was about the art of the pieces and the people behind that art and what it means to them,” he explained.

Featured guests on the show include Jason Schwartzman, who played Mary Poppins and composer Richard Sherman who was in the film Saving Mr. Banks.


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