Daniel Baldwin Net Worth
Daniel Baldwin net worth: Daniel Baldwin is an American actor, producer and director who has a net worth of $600 thousand. Daniel Baldwin is the second-oldest of the four Baldwin brothers.
Early Life: Baldwin was born on October 5, 1960 in Massapequa, New York. His father, Alexander Baldwin Jr., was a high school teacher and football coach while his mother, Carol, was the founder of the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Care Center of the University Hospital and Medical Center at Stony Brook. He was raised with his five siblings in a Catholic home. He has two sisters and three brothers – Alec, William, and Stephen. All of his brothers also pursued careers in acting.
Career: Baldwin made his acting debut in 1988 in the television film "Too Good to Be True." He then landed roles in the films "Born on the Fourth of July," "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man," and "Hero." He also had a role in the short-lived television sitcom "Sydney," starring Valerie Bertinelli in 1990.
In 1993, Baldwin was cast on the series "Homicide: Life on the Street." The show followed cops in the city of Baltimore and Baldwin remained on the series for three seasons until his character was killed off in 1995. The then began appearing in a number of television films including "Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman," "Family of Cops," and "Twisted Desire." He additionally had roles in feature films like "Mulholland Falls" and "Trees Lounge." He also was cast as the character of Menelaus in the BBC One show "Kings and Pharaohs."
The 2000s saw Baldwin primarily acting in television series and television movies. He appeared in "The Sopranos" and also reprised his role of Beau Felton in "Homicide: The Movie" in 2000. He also had roles in "Anonymous Rex," "Our Father," and "Sidekick." In 2008, he was cast as Julius Krug in the HBO film, "Grey Gardens." The film was based on the 1975 documentary of the same name and went on to receive awards. He also appeared in the film "I'll Be There With You."
Baldwin also appeared in a number of reality television shows throughout the 2000s and 2010s. In 2005, he joined the cast of VH1's "Celebrity Fit Club," a show that featured a number of celebrities all competing to see who could lose the most weight. He also briefly appeared on 2008's "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew." In 2008, Baldwin also began appearing on truTV's "The Smoking Gun Presents: World's Dumbest…" as a commentator and then joined the cast of "I'm a Celebrity…Get Me out of Here!" in 2009.
In 2010, Baldwin appeared in the breast cancer docu-drama "1 a Minute." The film featured breast cancer survivors like Olivia Newton-John, Melissa Etheridge, and Baldwin's brother William, among many others. In 2014, Baldwin participated in another reality show with his wife, "Celebrity Wife Swap." The following year, he entered the "Celebrity Big Brother: UK vs USA" house, though he was the first castmate evicted.
Baldwin received a number of accolades for both his acting and directing work in 2014. He won the award the "Best Supporting Actor" category at the Madrid International Film Festival for his role in the film "Helen Alone." He also wrote, directed, and starred in the 2014 film, "The Wisdom to Know the Difference." This film received numerous awards at film festivals like the Burbank International Film Festival, Manhattan Film Festival, and the San Antonio Film Festival.
Struggles with Addiction: Baldwin has been involved in a number of scandals and run-ins with the police relating to his drug and alcohol use. In 1998, he was arrested for possession of cocaine after he had been found running naked through the halls of the New York City Plaza Hotel. He was sentenced to three months in drug rehab. He was again arrested in 2006 for possession of drug paraphernalia in Santa Monica, California. He was again arrested in 2006 after crashing his car into two parked cars while going 80 mph in a 35 mph zone. He only suffered minor injuries. In November of 2006, he was arrested again for allegedly stealing a vehicle but the charges were later dropped.
In 2007, he participated in the show "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew," which featured various celebrities who suffered from different forms of addiction. Baldwin had previously revealed that he suffered from a cocaine addiction since 1989. However Baldwin left the show after the fourth episode. While Baldwin had stated he left due to other acting commitments, it was later revealed that he had been sending inappropriate text messages to another patient in his treatment group.
Personal Life: Baldwin has been married a number of times. He met his first wife, Cheryl, in 1978 and the couple married in 1984. The same year, they had a daughter together, Kahlea Baldwin. They then divorced in 1989. Baldwin married his second wife, Elizabeth, with whom he had a daughter, Alexandra, in 1994. The couple divorced and then Baldwin began a relationship with Isabella Hofmann, his co-star from "Homicide: Life on the Street." They had a son together, Atticus, in 1997, who is autistic. He then married Joanne Smith, a former model, and the two had their daughter, Avis Ann, in January of 2008. They had a second daughter, Finley Rae, in 2009. The couple filed for divorce but then in 2011 they announced they had decided to try and reconcile. However, they again filed for divorce and 2012. Following their divorce, Baldwin began dating Robin Hempel and the two announced their engagement in 2014.
|Net Worth:||$600 Thousand|
|Date of Birth:||Oct 5, 1960 (61 years old)|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Film Producer, Film director|
|Nationality:||United States of America|