Danny Masterson Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Career, Achievement, Sexual Allegation, Net worth 2023, Latest News, And More

Danny Masterson is an American actor. He is best known as Steven Hyde on That ’70s Show, Milo Foster on Men at Work, and Jameson “Rooster” Bennett on The Ranch. In May 2023, he was convicted of two of three counts of forcible rape, the third of which was deadlocked by a jury.

Bio/ Wiki


Height-1.78 m

Weight-75 kg

Full Name-Daniel Peter Masterson

Born- 13 March 1976

Birthplace-Albertson, New York, United States

Occupation – Actor, DJ, Model, Businessman, Restaurateur, Producer


Spouse-Bijou Phillips (m. 2011)

Hair color-Brown

Eye color-blue



Danny Masterson was born on Long Island, New York, the son of Carol, a manager and insurance agent Peter Masterson. He grew up in Albertson in Garden City and East Williston, New York. As Pop Culture notes, Danny seems to have a close relationship with his mom as he paid tribute to her on Mother’s Day 2020, writing, “Happy Mother’s Day. From your son, who may have had a crush on Chris Cornell… love 2 the [moon emoji].”

The actor’s parents are no longer together; Carol remarried to a man named Joe Reaiche who played rugby for Australia.


Danny has a brother, actor Christopher Masterson, who played Francisco in Malcolm in the Middle. Their 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 is a Scientologist. He started dating Bijou Phillips in 2004, got engaged in 2009, and married on October 18, 2011. Danny Masterson and wife Bijou Phillips stayed together through good times and bad. Bijou Lilly Phillips Masterson is an American actress, model, and singer. The daughter of musician John Phillips and Geneviève Waïte, she began her career as a model.


Danny and Bijou had their daughter, Fianna Francis, on February 14th, 2004.

Danny Masterson Daughter


Danny Masterson was a child model from the age of four and appeared in magazine articles and television commercials from the age of five. Masterson starred in musicals at the age of eight and began acting. His singing voice “disappeared” when he was a teenager. By the age of 16, he had appeared in more than 100 commercials, including Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Hardee, Hostess, Tang, and Clearasil.

In the early 1990s, Masterson played the role in Beethoven’s second and starred as Justin in Cybill. After starring in the third and fourth seasons of Cybill, Masterson decided he wanted to move on and auditioned for a show originally titled Teenage Wasteland, which was later changed to the 70s Show.

Danny Masterson starred in all eight seasons of That 70s Show. His role in That ’70s launched Masterson’s career, allowing him to pursue other endeavors between recordings. After the show ended, Masterson starred in several movies and made guest appearances on television shows such as Punk’d and MADtv.

Danny had a role in the 2008 comedy Yes Man. Masterson co-starred with his real-life wife, Bijou Phillips, in the 2009 drama Bridge to Nowhere.

In 2011, Masterson guest starred on James Roland’s USA Network’s White Collar (episode “Where There’s a Will”). He portrayed Jerry Rubin in the 2010 film The Chicago 8

In 2012, the TBS sitcom Men at Work premiered, starring Masterson and Michael Cassidy, James Lesure and Adam Busch. In 2012, Masterson starred in Alter Egos, directed by Jordan Galland.

From 2016 to 2018, Masterson starred alongside Sam Elliott, Ashton Kutcher, and Elisha Cuthbert in the Netflix comedy series The Ranch. His character was removed from the show in the middle of filming the third 20-episode season due to allegations of rape and assault.

Due to the allegations and subsequent lawsuit, Masterson was also the only surviving That ’70s Show cast member or supporting cast member not to be called back for the sequel That ’90s Show, and his character Steven Hyde was simply not mentioned in the film. New series, His former That ’70 co-star and fellow Scientologist Laura Prepon left the church at the time of Masterson’s allegations.


Danny Masterson, 47, got his break-out role in the 1998 to 2006 television comedy series “That ’70s Show,” in which he played a rebel adolescent.


Teen choice Award

2000 Nominee Teen Choice Award

TV – Choice Sidekick

That ’70s Show

Young Artist Award

1999 Nominee Young Artist Award

Best Performance in a TV Series – Young Ensemble

That ’70s Show.

Sexual Allegations

In August 2019, four women filed a lawsuit against Masterson and the Church of Scientology for stalking and harassment stemming from their rape allegations. One plaintiff alleged that her dog died of (unexplained) traumatic injuries to her trachea and esophagus, and alleged that church members followed her while she was driving, filmed her without permission, harassed her online, and posted advertisements on social media. Ask her for sex.

On June 17, 2020, Masterson was charged with raping a 23-year-old woman in 2001, raping a 28-year-old woman in early 2003, and raping a 23-year-old woman in late 2003.  Three-year investigation as of 2017. If convicted, Masterson faces up to 45 years in prison.

On January 21, 2021, Masterson pleaded guilty.

Danny Masterson Sexual allegation

On June 7, 2021, Masterson pleaded guilty to rape charges that allegedly occurred between 2001 and 2003.

The jury was deadlocked as deliberations continued; thus, a mistrial was declared on November 30, 2022. The jury foreman said the panel of six men and six women leaned toward acquitting Masterson on all counts because they found the appellants’ testimony inconsistent and implausible; For example, one Jane Doe testified in court that Masterson threatened his with a gun during the attack, but the gun was not mentioned in the police report: “The big problem with her credibility was the gun in the attack. The testimony, but not. In the early reports,” the foreman told the jury.

A new trial was held in April and May 2023, and on May 31, Masterson was convicted of two of three counts of involuntary rape. The jury reached an 8-4 verdict on the third charge. Masterson was held without bail pending his arraignment. No sentencing date has been set, but a hearing has been set for August 4, 2023. He faces 30 years to life in prison.

Net Worth 2023

Danny Masterson net worth is-

Net Worth in 2023 – $25 Million

Net Worth in 2022  –  $23 Million

Net Worth in 2021  –  $21 Million

Net Worth in 2020  –  $19 Million

Net Worth in 2019  –  $17 Million

Net Worth in 2018  –  $15 Million

He made this net worth because of his work in the film industry.

Latest News About Danny Masterson             

Danny Masterson was convicted of raping two women.

The case against the star of the sitcom “That ’70s Show” attracted widespread attention due to allegations that the Church of Scientology tried to discourage his accusers.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said a grand jury is deadlocked on allegations that Masterson raped a third woman.

Danny Masterson Latest News

The confusing decision came after a jury deadlocked on all three counts in November, resulting in a mistrial. The retrial lasted more than a month, and the jury deliberated for more than a week before finding him guilty of two counts of rape by force or fear.

Masterson, 47, was taken into custody after the sentencing. He faces up to 30 years to life in prison in August. 4, announced the prosecutor’s office of the district.

One survivor was told by Scientology officials that prosecutors said he would be expelled from the church unless he signed a non-disclosure agreement and agreed to a $400,000 (£320,000) payment.

Deadline revealed that one of the accusers described the church’s alleged “campaign of terror” against her and two other women who spoke out. She said: “It was a campaign of terror that this criminal organization launched against me or my family. No. No matter how many police reports or FBI reports we made, no one would stop them, and they still do. To this day. ”

Currently, the trial is still ongoing.

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