Dan Dillman is a mystic, third generation explorer, treasure hunter, paranormal investigator, ufo and ancient history and mystery researcher. Dan Dillman is a life long Bay Area resident, Born in Oakland California and raised in the East Bay. Dan Dillman began his musical career in his early teens, producing, performing and promoting special events and concerts. Eventually Dan formed his own production company Xzault Media, an independent record label, artist management and boutique production company. Dan has worked with many legends such as New Edition, Narada Michael Walden, D’Wayne Wiggins, Tony Toni Tone, Ralph Tresvant, Bobby Brown, Johnny Gill and Dick Clark to name a few.
Dan Dillman is an entrepreneur and businessman who’s extensive background includes but is not limited to, content creation, technology, developing original series, original music, scripts, copywriting, producing, mixing, mastering, talent booking, management, concert planning, promotions, productions, graphic arts, motion graphics, filming, editing, website design and all things media, ART, Culture and Theatre. Dan Dillman is an active community leader who has been the recipient of multiple business awards from state and local government agencies.
Dan Dillman recently helped to develop and starred in the History Channels Original Series “Lost Gold of the Aztecs". Dan has also starred in History Channels Ancient Aliens series episode "Treasures of The Gods" and History Channels Beyond Oak Island episode “Montezuma's Treasure”.
Dan Dillman is a Community Leader, Art, Culture and Entertainment Innovator, Educator and Mentor in San Leandro CA. Dan Dillman is a founder and current Artistic Director of Curtain Call Performing Arts, the premiere performing arts organization in San Leandro CA. Dan Dillman is the creative energy behind the success of San Leandro’s Historic BAL Theatre and San Leandro’s Cherry Festival.