American actor and musician, Daniel Paul Tamberelli was born on 8 February 1982 in Wyckoff, New Jersey. He is of Italian and Irish descent.
He graduated from Ramapo High School and later attended Hampshire College where he earned a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Arts focusing on music performance and booking management.
He has worked on over 62 acting and voice acting projects throughout his career.
His notable acting roles include Arnold Perlstein in The Magic School Bus, and Little Pete Wrigley on The Adventures of Pete & Pete. He has also acted in several films including Igby Goes Down, and The Mighty Ducks.
Tamberelli also starred on the Nickelodeon series The Baby-Sitters Club as Jackie Rodowsky. He also gained a significant amount of recognition for his work on the show, which led to his breakthrough role on The Adventures of Pete & Pete as Little Pete Wrigley.
Moreover, he is also the bassist and vocalist of the band Jounce. He and his bandmates have released their first album on July 18, 2006.
Tamberelli has been married to Katelyn Detweiler since 2018. They tied the knot in 2018, May 5. Their marriage ceremony was held at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and they have a cute baby together. The couple is enjoying a happy married life and they are going to have a great future with their child.