Actor, comedian and activist Danny Woodburn was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He attended Abington Senior High School, and after graduation, went on to study at Temple University's School of Communications and Theater. Prior to beginning a prolific career in television and film, Woodburn appeared in a variety of staged productions before relocating to Los Angeles. His first stage appearance was in the play "The Soda Jerk," staged in New York City. Woodburn began performing standup in the late '90s, and headlined at major comedy clubs across the country including The Improv and The Laugh Factory. Woodburn's first television appearance was in 1991 in a guest role on the cop series "Hunter" (NBC 1984-1991). Throughout the '90s, Woodburn appeared in a number of popular TV series, including "Murder She Wrote" (CBS 1984-1996), "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (ABC 1993-97), and "Malcolm & Eddie" (UPN 1996-2000). Woodburn came to public acclaim playing Mickey, an actor friend of Kramer's, on "Seinfeld" (NBC 1989-1998). He made 7 appearances on the show between 1994 and 1998. Between 1997 and 1998 Woodburn appeared in the TV series "Conan The Adventurer" (USA 1997-98), as Otli, for 22 episodes. In addition to his acting and comedy career, Woodburn was a vocal activist for disabled and little people, sitting on a "Performers with Disabilities" committee as a member of the Screen Actors Guild.