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Danny Masterson - Overview

Date of Birth: Mar 13, 1976    
Place of Birth: Albertson, New York, United States
Nationality: United States
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Danny Masterson began modeling at age four before segueing into acting. By his early twenties, he was already a veteran, having had regular roles in four TV series, as well as numerous guest appearances on other shows, and a significant foray into films, not to mention appearing in over one hundred commercials. In 1993, Masterson starred as a regular on the sitcom "Joe's Life" (ABC), playing Leo Gennero, the teenaged nephew of the title character. This short-lived comedy series only aired ten episodes, but the young actor was on his way, making his film debut in "Beethoven's 2nd" later that year. Masterson provided the comic relief as Skeeter, a snowboarding thrill-seeker, in the ill-conceived ABC adventure drama "Extreme" (1995) and had supporting roles in the TV-movie "Her Last Chance" and the miniseries "Seduced by Madness: The Diane Borchardt Story" (both NBC, 1995). More impressive was his small but significant role in 1995's "Bye Bye, Love," as a less-than-wholesome friend to Paul Reiser's troubled daughter. He also acted in the children's film "Star Kid" (1... Read More
2016 - 2017
Began co-starring on Netflix drama "The Ranch"; was fired from the show after allegations of sexual harrassment
Starred on TBS sitcom "Men at Work"
2012 - 2014
Starred on TBS sitcom "Men at Work"
Cast in indie drama "California Solo" opposite Robert Carlyle
Co-starred with Ving Rhames and Bijou Phillips in "The Bridge to Nowhere," Blair Underwood's directorial debut
Cast opposite Jim Carrey in "Yes Man"
Co-starred with Anna Faris in comedy "Smiley Face"