Danny Masterson
American actor
Danny Masterson
Daniel Peter "Danny" Masterson is an American actor and DJ best known for his role as Steven Hyde in That '70s Show.
Biography
Danny Masterson's personal information overview.
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Danny Masterson reveals wife Bijou Phillips has kidney disease
Fox News - 7 days
The actor is "optimistic" that his wife will receive a kidney transplant soon.
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The Wild And Sometimes Frightening World Of ‘Punk’d’
Huffington Post - about 1 month
Serena Williams almost started to cry as she drove the Ford SUV through traffic at speeds approaching 100 miles per hour. Her voice shook as she spoke. It was easy to understand why. In front of Williams, an Escalade with two abducted children inside of it ― one of them a baby ― was racing along palm tree-lined Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles at dangerous speeds. Next to Williams was the baby’s mother, who was also the other child’s aunt. “I’m almost crying for your baby,” Williams said to the woman. Overwhelmed by the weight of the situation, the tennis star took one hand off the wheel and held it over her heart. Just minutes before, Williams had been waiting in the Ford SUV for her friend to use the bathroom. She was parked in a strip mall lot, where she had met the woman now seated next to her during the chase. As Serena witnessed in the parking lot, the woman’s teenage nephew had locked himself and her baby in a neighboring Escalade because the supposed aunt wouldn’t bu ...
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Impulsive free-for-all 'Urge' masquerades as a thriller but doesn't get high enough
LATimes - 9 months
A pushy young tech multimillionaire and his circle of vapid pals discover the ultimate designer drug in “Urge,” a stylish thriller that raises the question of what happens when shallow, self-centered folks lose their inhibitions. The answer? They go from insufferable to dangerous. Danny Masterson...
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Ashton Kutcher's Sister Secretly Played A Zombie On 'The Walking Dead'
Huffington Post - 11 months
"The Walking Dead" may have ended in a massive cliffhanger, but we know at least one person who didn't make it. Ashton Kutcher's sister, Tausha Kutcher Kordisch, secretly made an appearance as a zombie in the Season 6 finale. "The Walking Dead" star Alanna Masterson, the sister of Ashton's "That '70s Show" and "The Ranch" co-star Danny Masterson, reportedly hooked it up. Alanna told E! News that the Kutchers, along with Mila Kunis, are big fans of "The Walking Dead," so after Tausha asked if she could be a walker, Alanna called up producer/director Greg Nicotero and made it happen. Here's Tausha in all her gory glory: Hi y'all! #walkingdead #zombie #neverdie A photo posted by Tausha Kutcher Kordisch (@tmkutch) on Apr 7, 2016 at 3:44pm PDT Almost dinner time! A photo posted by Tausha Kutcher Kordisch (@tmkutch) on Apr 3, 2016 at 5:40pm PDT Actually, in another post Kutcher may have given away the secret to the zo ...
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Review: In ‘The Ranch,’ Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson Reunite as Cowboy Siblings
NYTimes - 11 months
Mr. Kutcher is a prodigal son who heads home after a failed football career in this Netflix comedy western, which has flashes of raw emotion.
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Q. and A.: Ashton Kutcher Talks About His New Netflix Comedy
NYTimes - 11 months
“The Ranch” stars Mr. Kutcher and Danny Masterson as two brothers on their family’s financially strapped Colorado homestead.
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Netflix Just Announced The Premiere Dates For All Your Faves
Huffington Post - about 1 year
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'That '70s Show' Reunion With Ashton Kutcher, Wilmer Valderrama, Danny Masterson Is All All Right
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Hello again, Wisconsin! Stop whatever you're doing because Kelso, Hyde and Fez (Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson and Wilmer Valderrama) were all hangin' out this weekend -- probably down the street. And Kutcher captured the mini "That '70s Show" reunion on Instagram for all of us to enjoy, captioning the pic "Fam." Fam A photo posted by Ashton Kutcher (@aplusk) on Dec 11, 2015 at 10:34pm PST Valderrama also shared the historic event, sending out a photo with the caption "Three woes walk into a bar... #Family." Three woes walk into a bar... #Family A photo posted by Wilmer Valderrama (@wilmervalderrama) on Dec 12, 2015 at 9:09am PST A lot has happened to the cast since "That '70s Show" ended in 2006. Many of them are in other hit TV series now, and Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis even got married, which their co-star Topher Grace said was surprising for everyone. Yeah, these Instagram moments aren't the reunion fans were hopin ...
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DVDs: "The Great American Dream Machine" Turned TV "Inside Out"
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Ok, the holidays are approaching. So we've got repackaged holiday TV classics slapped together so they can be restocked in the big box stores. We've got complete sets of "classic" (or just popular or just cult-y enough) TV shows in cheaper than ever sets. We've got some hit films. We'e got pirates fighting over treasure in "Black Sails" and thank God we have Criterion and their Eclipse label to uncover some treasures from the cinematic past. Arghhhh! THE GREAT AMERICAN DREAM MACHINE ($39.98 DVD; Entertainment One) BEST OF ENEMIES ($29.98 BluRay; Magnolia) BLACK SAILS SEASON TWO ($59.99 BluRay; Anchor Bay) BETTER CALL SAUL SEASON ONE ($65.99 BluRay; Sony) Great television has been produced since they started broadcasting in the 1940s. (The Nazis delayed the spread of TV, actually, or it would have been dominant even sooner.) The decline of TV began at just about the same time.Sometimes, strangely, both happen at the same moment. Certainly The Great American Dream ...
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Topher Grace Talks Mila And Ashton's 'Surprising' Union And 'That '70s Show' Reunion Rumors
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Topher Grace is still great pals with all of his "That '70s Show" cast mates, but based on what he told HuffPost Live on Wednesday, it sounds like they're all too successful to find time for an official reunion. "The great thing about the show to me, personally, is that everyone ... is doing great, both personally and professionally," Grace said. "It's rare, I think, that everyone that came off a sitcom is [so successful]."  A quick reminder of what the "'70s Show" cast is up to these days: Laura Prepon stars in "Orange Is the New Black," Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson are currently prepping a new show for Netflix, Mila Kunis has a busy film career and a regular gig on "Family Guy," Wilmer Valderrama stars in Fox's "Minority Report," and Grace has a role in the critically-acclaimed new film "Truth," which chronicles the fallout from a controversial 2004 CBS report about George W. Bush's military service. So when HuffPost Live asked Grace about whether we might g ...
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Danny Masterson Tells Us About His Life in the Church of Scientology (PAPERMAG)
Wesmirch.com - about 2 years
PAPERMAG: Danny Masterson Tells Us About His Life in the Church of Scientology  —  Beck once told a New York magazine writer that Scientology is “always the last question journalists ask.”  And when Danny Masterson, actor, DJ, restaurateur and second-generation Scientologist, appeared on our cover six years ago …
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Danny Masterson
    THIRTIES
  • 2015
    Age 38
    In 2015, it was confirmed that Masterson would appear in the new series of Netflix The Ranch along with Ashton Kutcher and Elisha Cuthbert.
    More Details Hide Details Masterson began DJing at Los Angeles night clubs in 1999 as a hobby, but it soon became a side business. Masterson is a self-described "rock and hip hop fanatic", and is also a fan of indie, electro, and funk music, all of which he primarily DJs with. He is a fan of 1970s rock music, and his favorite band is Pearl Jam. Some of his other favorites include Broken Social Scene, The Strokes, Tokyo Police Club, and Midlake. He played a 2-hour set at the 2008 Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, played for the 2009 Lollapalooza, and for the 2010 Lollapalooza as well. Masterson owns a lounge and bar in Park City, Utah called Downstairs. He models occasionally, and he has been on the covers of many magazines, including Paper Magazine and YRB Magazine. He is a poker enthusiast, stating "The most I've lost is a couple of grand and the most I've won is a lot more than that." He appeared as part of a poker team, the Unabombers, at a Poker Royale: James Woods vs. the Unabombers tournament on GSN. He has hosted celebrity poker events, such as the Phat Farm Stuff Casino Weekend Poker Tournament, in which he won the tournament. Masterson, his brother Chris, and his That '70s Show costar Laura Prepon are all investors in Card Player magazine.
  • 2014
    Age 37
    They had their first child, daughter Fianna Frances Masterson, on February 14, 2014.
    More Details Hide Details Masterson has also been involved with the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project, a controversial organization with ties to the Church of Scientology. He also played in a charity softball game in New York's Central Park to help raise money for children in need of neurosurgery, designed guitars for a MusiCares fundraiser, and has performed in plays on stage for charities such as The Hollywood Police Activities League (a national youth development program for at-risk youth) as well. He has also played on the World Poker Tour Celebrity Invitational for the charity Chrysalis, with all proceeds going to said charity. He has also played the World Series of Poker's Ante up for Africa event.
  • 2012
    Age 35
    In 2012, Masterson appeared in the film Alter Egos, directed by Jordan Galland.
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    In 2012, the comedy series Men At Work premiered on TBS, co-starring Masterson and Michael Cassidy, James Lesure and Adam Busch.
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  • 2010
    Age 33
    He portrayed Jerry Rubin in the 2010 movie, The Chicago 8, written and directed by Pinchas Perry.
    More Details Hide Details 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.
  • 2009
    Age 32
    Masterson stars with his real-life wife, Bijou Phillips, in the 2009 drama The Bridge to Nowhere.
    More Details Hide Details In 2011, Masterson guest starred as James Roland in USA Network's White Collar (episode "Where There's A Will").
  • 2008
    Age 31
    He had a part in the 2008 comedy Yes Man.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2005
    Age 28
    Masterson is a Scientologist. He started dating Bijou Phillips in 2005, they became engaged in 2009, and subsequently married on October 18, 2011.
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  • 1999
    Age 22
    Along with Kutcher and Valderrama, he co-hosted the Fox TV special Woodstock 1999.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1976
    Born
    Born on March 13, 1976.
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