Danny Bonaduce net worth, age, wife, family, biography and latest updates.
Danny Bonaduce is a multi-talented American artist who works as an actor, wrestler, author, and radio host. Danny is best known for his childhood role in the television series “The Partridge Family.”
Danny Bonaduce: Profile summary
|Nickname||Dante Daniel Bonaduce|
|Date of Birth||13-Aug-1959|
|Age in 2022||63|
|Birth Place||Broomall, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
Danny Bonaduce: Early life & Biography
Danny Bonaduce was born on August 13, 1959, in Broomall, Pennsylvania, United States. He was born under the zodiac sign Leo and will turn 62 in 2022. Additionally, his given name is Dante Daniel Bonaduce. Joseph Bonaduce was a television writer and producer, while his mother, Betty Bonaduce, was a stay-at-home mom.
He grew up in a troubled environment, he claims and was subjected to terrible physical and emotional abuse at the hands of his father. He was also born in the United States and raised as a Christian. Regrettably, there is no information about his ethnic origins because he has not disclosed them to the public or news media.
Regarding Danny Bonaduce’s academic credentials, scant information about his educational career is available. Based on his accomplishment as an actor, we can presume that he completed his schooling at a prestigious university.
Danny Bonaduce: Height And Weight
Danny Bonaduce is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 75 kilograms. He has dark brown eyes and blonde hair. Apart from that, there is no additional information regarding Bonaduce’s physique measurements.
Danny Bonaduce: Career
Danny Bonaduce made a brief appearance in the season 5 episode “Going Ape” of Bewitched on February 27, 1969. Additionally, he appears at the park as a young boy whose chimp follows Samantha and Tabitha home. In The Ghost & Mrs. Muit series, he made a significant appearance in the first-season episode Jonathan Tells It Like It Was. Following that, he co-starred with Mrs. Muir’s son Jonathan in a history essay contest as contestant Danny Shoemaker.
In The Partridge Family, he portrayed Danny Partridge, a member of the musical Partridge family. He played the bass guitar on the show alongside his younger siblings, Tracy and Chris, who appeared as percussionists. The series ran for four seasons from 1970 to 1974, and in 2003, he got the Former Child Star “Lifetime Achievement” Award for his performance in the show.
He then appeared in a 1994 episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast. Additionally, he appeared as a guest star on the first two episodes of the seventh season of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigations” and the fourth season of “The Drew Carey Show.” Following that, he appeared in the detective series Monk and the program Girlfriends as himself. Additionally, he appeared as a guest star alongside J D Roth on a celebrity episode of Sex Wars.
He then featured in the 1999 Christmas episode of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch titled “Sabrina, Nipping at Your Nose.” During his radio career, he hosted the feature “Bonaduce’s Buzz” as part of a WMAQ-morning TV’s broadcast in 1994. During the 1995–96 television season, he also presented “Danny!” a syndicated discussion show starring the house band The Critics.
Professional wrestling, screenwriting, and further television shows
Later, from 2001 to 2003, he co-hosted the afternoon chat show “The Other Half.” Following that, he starred in a VH1 reality show Breaking Bonaduce in 2005, chronicling his rocky marriage to Gretchen. Additionally, he has boxed Donny Osmond and former Brady Barry Williams in charity events, winning both bouts. On September 13, 2008, he also defeated “Reverend” Bob Levy via TKO. Following that, he boxed baseball player Jose Canseco in a draw at a charity event in the Philadelphia region. In April 1994, he made his professional wrestling debut in a “dark match” at the Chicago Spring Stampede.
Following that, on April 17, 1994, he entered the ring at the Rosemont Horizon. He competed in his second professional wrestling bout against Eric Young at Total Nonstop Action Wrestling’s April pay-per-view event Lockdown. Additionally, in 2002, he published an autobiography titled “Random Acts of Badness.”
Danny Bonaduce: Net Worth
Danny Bonaduce has amassed a sizable fortune as an actor, comedian, and writer. According to online sources, he is reported to have a net worth of $45 million as an actor, comedian, and writer.
Danny Bonaduce: Wife, Marriage
Danny Bonaduce married Amy Railsback, his third wife, in 2010. Before that, he married and divorced his first wife, Setsuko Hattori and his second wife, Gretchen Hilmer. Additionally, he and his second wife Gretchen Hilmer have a daughter named Isabell and a boy named Dante.
When it comes to Danny Bonaduce’s speculations and scandal, he has remained a bystander until now. Additionally, he prefers to spend time with his family and job rather than getting caught up in speculations.