DANIEL ORLANDI (Costume Designer) comes to “The Founder” after working with John Lee Hancock on “Saving Mr. Banks,” for which he was nominated for the BAFTA and Costume designers Guild awards. They also collaborated on “The Blindside” with Sandra Bullock in her Oscar® winning role, and Disney’s epic production of “The Alamo,” starring Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob Thornton.
His designs can also be seen in the recently released blockbuster, “Jurassic World.” He worked with Jay Roach on upcoming “Trumbo” starring Bryan Cranston, the Emmy winning “Game Change,” “The Campaign,” “The Brink,” and “Meet the Parents.”
Orlandi also designed Ryan Murphy’s Emmy winning HBO production of the acclaimed Larry Kramer play “The Normal Heart” starring Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts and Taylor Kitsch for which he was nominated for an Emmy, and the HBO series “Silicon Valley.”
Daniel worked with Ron Howard for his film versions of the bestselling novels “Angels and Demons” and “The Da Vinci Code” as well as the 1930s era boxing drama “Cinderella Man,” starring Russell Crowe and Renee Zellweger, and his Oscar® nominated film “Frost/Nixon.”
He costumed Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor in the 1960s style “Down with Love,” and Joel Schumacher’s films “The Number 23,” “Flawless,” and “Phone Booth,” along with the principal costumes for Jerry Bruckheimer’s “Kangaroo Jack” and “Last Holiday,” starring Queen Latifah.
Television work includes the first season of the NBC comedy “Ed,” and Maureen O’Hara costumes in “Cab to Canada.” Orlandi won the Emmy Award for his work with David Copperfield in 1989.
Graduating from Carnegie-Mellon University, he got his start working with Bob Mackie on the film “Pennies from Heaven,” numerous television specials and Mackie’s successful couture collection.