Dan Herzberg's talent as an actor was best showcased by his dramatic film work. To break into the world of acting, Herzberg held roles in films like "Le Bar des Rails" (1992) with Marc Vidal and "Taxi" (1998) with Samy Naceri. His film career continued throughout the early 2000s and the 2010s in productions like the drama "Beau Travail" (2000) with Denis Lavant, the noir "Femme Fatale" (2002) with Rebecca Romijn and "Merci Docteur Rey" (2004) with Dianne Wiest. He also appeared in the Vanessa Redgrave dramatic period piece "White Countess" (2005), the Clement Sibony comedy "Ze Film" (2005) and the foreign "La Grande vie" (2009) with Laurent Capelluto. Herzberg most recently acted in the Kristin Scott Thomas dramatic adaptation "Sarah's Key" (2011).