Danny Masterson is an American actor and DJ best known for his role as Steven Hyde on the popular television series “That ’70s Show.”
Danny Masterson’s Bio, Age
Danny Masterson was born on March 13, 1976, in Long Island, New York. He grew up in Albertson, Garden City, and East Williston on Long Island.
Masterson began his career in the late 1980s when he appeared in commercials and small roles on television shows. He became well-known for his role in “That ’70s Show,” which was released from 1998 to 2006. Masterson portrayed Steven Hyde, a rebellious and laid-back adolescent, and his performance earned him a devoted fan base.
During his time on “That ’70s Show,” Masterson also made appearances in various films and television shows. He appeared in movies like “Dracula 2000” (2000) and “Puff, Puff, Pass” (2006), as well as guest roles in series like “Punk’d” and “Yes, Dear.” His work on the show and these projects contributed to his rising popularity in the entertainment industry.
After “That ’70s Show” ended, Masterson kept looking for acting roles. In addition to appearing in movies like “The Bridge to Nowhere” (2009) and “California Solo” (2012), he had a recurring role on the TBS comedy series “Men at Work” from 2012 to 2014. Despite the fact that his post-“That ’70s Show” career didn’t achieve the same level of success as his time on the program, he continued to be a well-known name in the business.
Masterson appeared as James Roland in the USA Network’s White Collar episode “Where There’s A Will” in 2011. In the 2010 film The Chicago 8, he played Jerry Rubin.
Aside from acting, Masterson also had a career as a DJ under the name DJ Mom Jeans. He performed at various clubs and events, showing his love for music and his talent as a disc jockey.
In the 2005 GSN series The James Woods Gang vs. The Unabombers, he was a member of a poker team called the Unabombers. He’s hosted celebrity poker events like the Phat Farm Stuff Casino Weekend Poker Tournament.
Masterson has run into legal issues recently. He was arrested in 2020 and accused of multiple counts of rape that allegedly took place between 2001 and 2003. He was found not guilty and invalidated these accusations. His professional and public image have been significantly impacted by the legal proceedings and controversy surrounding these allegations.
Who supported Danny Masterson?
According to legal reporters Meghann Cuniff and Tony Ortega, former castmates Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Debra Jo Rupp, and Kurtwood Smith were among those who wrote statements in support of Masterson’s request for mercy.
Who wrote letters for Masterson?
Danny Masterson received letters of recommendation from Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis before being given a Thursday sentence of 30 years to life in prison.