Daniele, or Dani, Fagarazzi began his career in the animation studios of Nino and Toni Pagot (1960-1966). Between 1966 and 1968, he did animations for several pub agencies. He also cooperated on the award-winning puppet animation 'Arrivano i Putti-Potti'. He made his comics debut in 1968. He did several adult horror comics at the publisher Sansoni until 1970, before turning to the juvenile market in Corriere dei Ragazzi magazine. There, he took over 'Zio Boris' from Carlo Peroni and produced such series as 'Tilt', 'Otto Krunz' and 'Bobo'. At the publishing house Mondadori, he drew for L'Intrepida and illustrated the Italian 'Asterix' calendar.
3° Anniversario (Corriere dei Ragazzi #9, 19/1/1975)
Fagarazzi illustrated several comic books based on historical characters at the publishing house Signorelli. In 1974 and 1975, he drew comics with the television characters 'Calimero' and 'Porfirio Pepe' for Pagot Film. He then began drawing 'Primo' for Publi-strip and became a cover artist of Il Montatore. In the late 1970s, he adapted the television series 'Sandokan' to comics in Corriere dei Ragazzi and drew some episodes of 'Uomo Ragno' in Supergulp!. He drew comic biographies of famous Italians for De Agostini publishers and the took on the series 'Dottor Beruscus' with writer Alfredo Castelli in 1986. He eventually focused more and more on illustration and advertising work, among others for Disney.