Danny Masterson Net Worth is $16 Million (as of 2020)
As for the day, Danny Masterson net worth amounts to $16 million dollars. Although the millionaire we are going to talk about often performs as a DJ, most of his fortune came from his acting career. If acting was not such a lucrative profession, Danny wouldn‘t even look at the cameras and be a softball player instead. Or at least that‘s what he said in one of his interviews… Anyway, he ascended to stardom and earned millions of dollars not as an athlete, but as an actor. Hence in the rest of this article we are going to concentrate on his career on movies and television.
|Net Worth:||$16 Million|
|Age:||46 years old|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Date of birth:||Mar 13, 1976|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Occupation:||Actor, Disc jockey, Businessperson, Model, Restaurateur|
Danny Masterson net worth started to grow when he was still a little boy (or at least that‘s when he started earning money for his parents). He began modeling for various magazine and television commercials at the age of 4. By the time Masterson turned sixteen, his face was already familiar for millions of American, as he appeared in the commercials for Clearasil, Tang, Hostess, Hardee‘s, Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Swift Premium and variety of other companies. According to my sources, the total number of commercials Danny has appeared in during his childhood and teenage years amounts to more than one-hundred.
The charming boy made his television debut at the age of 12, performing on one of the episodes of Jake and the Fatman. Three years later he joined the main cast of American sitcom Joe‘s Life, which aired for one season. Following this the young actor appeared on a couple of episodes of Roseanne, as well as NYPD Blue, 3 episodes of Party of Fice, made one-time appearances on American Gothic, Tracey Takes On… and starred on short-lived series Extreme. Danny Masterson net worth growth switched to another gear in 1998, as he joined the main cast of cult television series That ’70s Show. The actor remained on the show until it ended in 2006 and during this time appeared on 200 episodes. The portrayal of Steven Hyde on That ’70s Show has garnered Danny nominations for Teen Choice Award for TV Choice Sidekick and Teen Choice Award for Best Performance in a TV Series by a Young Ensemble (shared with his colleagues, such as Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher). Since 2006 Danny has appeared on variety of other television series, including Stephen King’s Dead Zone and White Collar. Most recently he has been working with the main cast of Men at Work.
Speaking about his career in movies, most recently Danny has appeared in The Brooklyn Heist, Made for Each Other, The Bridge to Nowhere, The Chicago 8 and California Solo. The salaries for these films contributed to the growth of the overall Danny Masterson net worth.