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Danny Masterson Biography
Danny Masterson born as Daniel Peter is an American actor and disc jockey. He is best known for his roles as Steven Hyde in That ’70s Show (1998–2006) and as Jameson “Rooster” Bennett in The Ranch (2016–2018).
Danny Masterson Age | How Old Is Danny Masterson
Danny was born on March 13, 1976 in Long Island, New York. He is 43 years old as of year 2019.
Danny Masterson Height | How Tall Is Danny Masterson
Danny stands at a height of 1.78m.
Danny Masterson Family | Danny Masterson Parents | Danny Masterson Siblings
Danny was born on Long Island, New York. He is the son of Carol, a manager, and Peter Masterson, an insurance agent. Danny was brought up in Garden City and East Williston, New York. He has one brother, actor Christopher Masterson. He also has a maternal half siblings Jordan Masterson and Alanna Masterson are also actors. He also has a paternal half brother Will Masterson.
Danny Masterson Wife | Danny Masterson Scientology
Danny begam dating Bijou Phillips in 2005. The two became engaged in 2009 and married on October 18, 2011. The couple has a daughter, Fianna Francis Masterson who was born on February 14, 2014. Masterson is a Scientologist.
Danny stars with his real-life wife, Bijou Phillips, in the 2009 drama The Bridge to Nowhere.Danny Masterson Photos
Danny Masterson Movies
From year 2012 To 2018
2016 -Hot Bot Agent Koontz
2016 – Urge Neal
2015 – In Passing Neighbor
2012 – The Chicago 8 Jerry Rubin
2012 – California Solo Paul
2012 – Alter Egos Jimmy
2012 – The Polterguys Tim Burr
From year 2001 T0 2009
2009 – Made for Each Other Morris “The Executioner” Rodriguez
2009 – The Bridge to Nowhere Kevin
2008 – Yes Man Rooney
2008 – The Brooklyn Heist Fitz
2007 – Smiley Face Steve
2007 – You Are Here Derek
2006 – Puff, Puff, Pass Larry
2005 – Pancho’s Pizza N/A
2002 – Hip, Edgy, Sexy, Cool N/A
2002 – Comic Book Villains Conan
2002 – mHold On N/A
2001 – Alex in Wonder Patrick
2000 – Dracula 2000 Nightshade
From year 1993 to 1999
1998 – Wild Horses Danny
1998 – Too Pure Tipper
1998 – The Faculty Fucked-up kid
1997 – Face/Off Karl
1997 – Trojan War Seth
1997 – Star Kid Kevin
1995 – Bye Bye Love Mikey
1993 – Beethoven’s 2nd Seth
Danny Masterson Shows
From year 1988 to 1988
1993 – Joe’s Life Leo Gennaro
1994 – Roseanne Jimmy Phillips
1994–1997 – NYPD Blue John
1995 – Extreme Skeeter
1996 – American Gothic Ray
1996–1998 Cybill Justin Thorpe
1997 – Sliders Renfield
1998–2006 – That ’70s Show Steven Hyde
From year 2001 To 2017
2002–2004 – MADtv Various
2003 – King of the Hill Cory
2005 – Entourage Himself
2006 – Kim Possible Quinn
2011 – Raising Hope Lucy’s Boyfriend
2012–2014 – Men at Work Milo Foster
2012 – Supah Ninjas Limelight/ Lemuel Lightner
2013 – Haven Anderson Harris
2014 – Royal Pains David Van Dyke
2016–2018 – The Ranch Jameson “Rooster” Bennett
2016 – @midnight Himself
2017 – Easy Annie’s Boyfriend
Danny Masterson Net Worth
Danny is an American actor and DJ who has a net worth of $16 million.
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Masterson starred alongside Sam Elliott, Ashton Kutcher, and Elisha Cuthbert in the Netflix comedy series The Ranch. After the show’s star, Ashton Kutcher, promoted the release of part 6 on Netflix, fans took to the Instagram post to beg the actor to help Danny Masterson get his job back. Netflix fired Masterson in December 2017 following multiple allegations of sexual assault against him.
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Masterson had a role in Beethoven’s 2nd, and starred as Justin in Cybill in the early 1990s. These roles launched a film career, including a minor role in the John Travolta film Face/Off. After starring in the third and fourth seasons of Cybill, Masterson decided he wanted to move on from Cybill and audition for a show originally titled Teenage Wasteland, which later was changed to That ’70s Show.
Debby Romano,the original casting director for That ’70s Show, resisted Danny’s audition because he was slightly older than the rest of the cast. Ultimately, she allowed him to audition. Debby stated that, “he came in and he was just so funny,” and that he redefined where the role was going and made the role of Steven Hyde the, “tough, funny guy.”
Danny appeared in all eight seasons of That ’70s Show. Danny’s appearance on That ’70s Show launched a breakthrough in his career. This allowed him to pursue other endeavours between tapings. After the show concluded Danny starred in several movies and made guest appearances on television shows including Punk’d and MADtv. Besides Kutcher and Valderrama, he co-hosted the Fox TV special Woodstock 1999. He also had a role in the 2008 comedy Yes Man. Danny stars with his real-life wife, Bijou Phillips, in the 2009 drama The Bridge to Nowhere.
Danny guest starred as James Roland in USA Network’s White Collar (episode “Where There’s A Will”)in 2011. He represented Jerry Rubin in the 2010 movie, The Chicago 8, written and directed by Pinchas Perry. The Chicago 8 is a film based on the actual Chicago Eight in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and explores the events around the trial. It was filmed in September and October 2009. The film is based closely on the trial transcripts and most of the action takes place in the courtroom.
The comedy series Men At Work premiered on TBS, co-starring Masterson and Michael Cassidy, James Lesure and Adam Busch in 2012. Masterson appeared in the film Alter Egos, directed by Jordan Galland in 2012.
Masterson starred alongside Sam Elliott, Ashton Kutcher, and Elisha Cuthbert in the Netflix comedy series The Ranch.
Danny Masterson Bijou Phillips
He had a role in the 2008 comedy Yes Man. Masterson stars with his real-life wife, Bijou Phillips, in the 2009 drama The Bridge to Nowhere.
Danny Masterson The Ranch
Four women alleged in March 2017 that they were raped by Masterson in the early 2000s, prompting a Los Angeles Police Department investigation. Danny, denied the allegations through his agent. He has not been charged or arrested. Netflix fired Danny in response to the accusations, from its comedy series The Ranch on December 5, 2017, saying in a statement, “Yesterday was his last day on the show, and production will resume in early 2018 without him.”
Danny stated that he is “obviously very disappointed in Netflix’s decision to write my character off of The Ranch.” In December 2017 a fifth woman who dated Danny made similar accusations. He was dropped as a client by United Talent Agency.
Cedric Bixler-Zavala at The Drive-In vocalist said that in November 2017 his wife was raped by Masterson, and that his band’s song “Incurably Innocent” is about the incident.