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|Location:||Bear Valley, New York|
|Known relatives:||Raymond Santos (father)|
Daniel Santos is a fictional werewolf featured in the Women of the Otherworld series of novels by author Kelley Armstrong. He was introduced in the first book in the series, Bitten, and also appeared in the Bitten television series. On the TV show, he was played by actor Michael Luckett and was introduced in episode 1x04, "Grief".
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Daniel Santos was a young werewolf mutt whose father, Raymond Santos, fell out of favor with the Stonehaven pack of Bear Valley, New York. A confrontation erupted between the two families and Raymond Santos was killed. Daniel left Bear Valley for a while, but returned with another mutt named Karl Marsten. He feigned making peace with Stonewood Alpha leader Jeremy Danvers, but made it a point to point out how his father's blood still stained their floor. 
Santos' motives were anything but honorable. Using Marsten's resources, he began forming his own pack of mutts and recruited several unsavory wolves to his cause including the muscular Zachary Cain, the serial killer Thomas Leblanc and the child predator Victor Olson. Santos and his brethren systematically targeted different members of the Stonehaven pack, successfully killing Antonio Sorrentino and Pete Myers. Daniel however, had his eyes set on Elena Michaels, who was one of the few female werewolves to survive the bite.
Daniel Santos, Karl Marsten and Victor Olsen tracked Elena back to her home in Toronto, Canada. Victor and he raided her home and attacked her boyfriend, Philip McAdams. While Olsen fought with McAdams, Daniel engaged in a prolonged battle with the angry Stonehaven wolf, Clayton Danvers. 
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- The character of Daniel Santos was created by author Kelley Armstrong and expanded upon by director Paul Fox and writer Grant Rosenberg.
- Actor Michael Luckett is also known for playing a teenage boy in the 2010 film Red: Werewolf Hunter as well as a character named Philip in The Basement in 2011. Coincidentally, Bitten co-star Greg Bryk also appeared in Red: Werewolf Hunter.
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