Daniel Baldwin


Date Of Birth

October 5, 1960


Born October 5, 1960 in Massapequa, Long Island, three-in-one producer, actor and director Daniel Leroy Baldwin is the second oldest of the four “Baldwin Brothers.” The other three are actors Alec, Stephen and William. Raised in a catholic family with two more sisters namely Beth and Jane, Daniel is of Irish and French descent. He attended McKenna Junior High School and graduated from Alfred G. Berner High School, where he was a standout football player, in 1979.

For two consecutive years since 1993, Daniel Baldwin was a regular on the crime drama TV series Homicide: Life on the Street, where he played Detective Beau Felton. He was also seen on several TV shows including NYPD Blue, Touched by an Angel, Twice in a Lifetime, Anonymous Rex, The Outer Limits and Family of Cops to name a few. He made big screen appearances on movies like Accidental Hero, Vampires, Paparazzi, Little Red Devil, Grey Gardens and Shadowheart among many others.

Daniel created buzz in 1998 after being reported for running naked through the halls of Plaza Hotel in New York. He was arrested after having found of cocaine possession. He admitted that he's been struggling with cocaine addiction since 1989. On July 2006, he was again held by police after crashing his Ford Thunderbird into parked cars on L.A. street. Aside from beating the red light and going 80 mph in a 35 mph zone, he was driving on a suspended license during the incident. He was sent to UCLA Medical Center for treatment of minor back and neck injuries.

In 2005, he was a contestant on VH1's reality show Celebrity Fit Club , where overweight celebrities compete in losing weight. He was team captain for “The Eastsiders” group whose members include Biz Markie, Mia Tyler and Joe Gannascloi.

In 2008, Daniel Baldwin appeared on VH1's reality TV series Celebrity Rehab . The show documents the experiences of celebrities as they undergo drug, alcohol and addiction treatment program. It chronicles their journey towards rehabilitation and recovery. However, on the fourth episode of the show, he quitted due to disagreements with fellow celebrity Mary Carey .

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Place of Birth

Massapequa, Long Island

Birth Name

Daniel Baldwin



Fun Facts

- His first wife is high-school sweetheart Cheryl Baldwin, with whom he had one child. After their divorce, he married Elizabeth Baldwin and had a daughter with her. In 2008, he was wed to Joanne Smith-Baldwin.

- He also has a son named Atticus with Isabella Hofmann.
br> - Among his brothers, he's the only one who hasn't received a Razzie nomination.



2011: Cell Count - Blair Norris
2011: Oba: The Last Samurai - Colonel Pollard
2011: Stripperland (video) - Double D
2011: Christmas with a Capital C - Mitch Bright
2010: Death and Cremation - Bill Weaver
2010: Mosaic - Nick Caruso
2010: The Removed - Senator Davis
2010: Clean Sweep - Soltan Niemand
2010: 1 a Minute - Star
2010: The Truth - Gabriel's Father
2010: Nine Dead - Detective Seager
2009-2010: Cold Case (TV series) - Moe Kitchener
2010: Ashley's Ashes - Bloom
2010: Operation Belvis Bash - Namco Douglas
2009: Shadowheart (video) - Mr. McKinley
2009: I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! (TV series)
2009: Grey Gardens (TV movie) - Julius 'Cap' Krug
2008: Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew (TV series)
2008: The Closer (TV series) - Mark Yates
2008: Born of Earth - Danny Kessler
2008: A Darker Reality - The Ghost
2008: Little Red Devil - Luc Tyer
2008: The Devil's Dominoes - Sheriff Farley
2007: The Blue Rose - Eddie
2006: Moola - Harry
2006: Shut Up and Shoot!
2006: The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell - Clark Remington
2006: Final Move - Jasper Haig
2006: I'll Be There with You - Constantine
2005: Sidekick - Chuck
2005: Celebrity Fit Club (TV series)
2005: Our Fathers (TV movie) - Angelo DeFranco
2005: Boardwalk Poets - Russo
2004: Dynamite - Jack 'Alpha'
2004: Anonymous Rex (TV movie) - Ernie Watson
2004: Paparazzi - Wendell Stokes
2004: Vendetta: No Conscience, No Mercy - Sean Phelan
2003: Vegas Vampires - Detective Burns
2003: Water's Edge - Mayor Block
2003: King of the Ants - Ray Mathews
2003: Stealing Candy - Walt Gearson
2003: Ancient Warriors - Jasper 'Jaz' Harding
2003: Open House (TV movie) - King
2002: Tunnel (video) - Seale
2002: The Real Deal - Vince Vasser
2002: Touched by an Angel (TV series) - Buzz
2002: NYPD Blue (TV series) - Det. Frank Hughes, Robbery
2002: Bare Witness (video) - Det. Killian
2002: Aces (TV movie)
2001: Twice in a Lifetime (TV series) - Dr. Lenny Shalton / Roger Hamilton
2001: In Pursuit (video) - Rick
2001: Fall: The Price of Silence - Anthony Carlotti
2001: Net Worth - Robert Freedman
2000: Wild Grizzly (TV movie) - Harlan Adams
2000: Gamblin' (short) - Pike
2000: Killing Moon (TV movie) - Frank Conroy
2000: Homicide: The Movie (TV movie) - Beau Felton
2000: Silver Man - Eddy
2000: Double Frame - Det. Frank Tompkins
1999: Silicon Towers - Tom Neufield
1999: Water Damage - Paul Preedy
1999: The Outer Limits (TV series) - Dan Kagan
1999: Active Stealth (video) - Capt. Murphy
1999: Desert Thunder - Lee Miller
1999: Fallout - J.J. 'Jim' Hendricks
1999: Love Kills - Danny Tucker
1998: Dead Man's Gun (TV series) - Joe Wagner
1998: On the Border (TV movie) - Ed
1998: The Treat - Tony
1998: The Pandora Project - Captain John Lacy
1998: Phoenix - James Nutter
1998: Vampires - Anthony Montoya
1997: The Invader - Jack Logan
1996: Twisted Desire (TV movie) - William Stanton
1996: Trees Lounge - Jerry
1996: Yesterday's Target (TV movie) - Paul Harper
1996: Mulholland Falls - McCafferty
1995: Family of Cops (TV movie) - Ben Fein
1993-1995: Homicide: Life on the Street (TV series) - Det. Beau Felton
1995: Bodily Harm - Sam McKeon
1994: Dead on Sight - Caleb Odell
1994: Car 54, Where Are You? - Don Motti
1993: Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (TV movie) - Harry Archer
1992: Hero - Fireman Denton
1992: Yesterday Today (TV movie)
1992: Ned Blessing: The True Story of My Life (TV movie) - Ned Blessing
1992: Knight Moves - Det. Andy Wagner
1991: The Heroes of Desert Storm (TV movie) - Sgt. Ben Pennington
1991: Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man - Alexander
1991: Nothing But Trouble - Dealer #1
1990: Sydney (TV series) - Cheezy
1989: Born on the Fourth of July - Vet #1 - Democratic Convention
1989: L.A. Takedown (TV movie) - Bobby Schwartz
1989: CBS Summer Playhouse (TV series) - Guppie
1989: Charles in Charge (TV series) - Daryl Furman
1989: Family Ties (TV series) - Holworthy
1988: Too Good to Be True (TV movie) - Leif


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