Daniel Baldwin Net Worth 2021

Who is Daniel Baldwin?

Daniel Baldwin is a well-known American movie actor from Massapequa, Long Island, New York, USA. He was born on Wednesday, October 5, 1960, and he is currently 59 years old.  Daniel Baldwin was born in the 1960s, in the middle of Baby Boomers Generation, and the Year of the Rat.  

He is also a director and producer. He is one of the richest celebrities in the world and He is popular for playing as a Detective Felton on NBC’s TV show Homicide: Life on the Street. He also acted in other roles, such as Ned Blessing: The True Story of My Life (1992), Mulholland Falls (1996), Vampires (1998), The Pandora Project (1998), Stealing Candy (2002), Paparazzi (2004), Grey Gardens (2009), and Celebrity Big Brother 16 (2015).

How much is Daniel Baldwin’s net worth?

The estimated net worth of Daniel Baldwin is of $ 5 million.

How has he earned this money?

The source of his net worth is from the career of Actor, Film Producer, Film Director. He acted in so many movies and TV shows in his overall career.

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A Mini Biography of Daniel Baldwin

  • His real name was Daniel Leroy Baldwin.
  • He is known as Daniel Baldwin.
  • He was born on October 5, 1960, in Massapequa, Long Island, New York, USA.
  • He was brought up in a Catholic Christian.
  • His zodiac sign is Libra.
  • He is an American by nationality.
  • He is an Actor, Film Producer, Film Director.
  • Height is 1.88 meters.
  • He has married several times and their names are Cheryl, Elizabeth Hitchler, Joanne Smith.
  • He is now 59 years old.

Early Life

Baldwin was born in Massapequa, New York in a Catholic family. He has Irish and French ancestry. In Baldwin’s family, he is the second eldest of the four Baldwin brothers all of whom are actors.  

His three actor brothers are Alec (born 1958), William (born 1963), and Stephen (born 1966), Baldwin has two sisters. His mother is a successful breast cancer survivor who founded the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Care Center of the University Hospital and Medical Center.

Daniel Baldwin

Educational Background

Daniel Baldwin’s educational background is not found in detail. He studied from Alfred G. Berner High School and at McKenna Junior High School. Baldwin was an excellent footballer while he was in high school and so, he attended Indiana’s Ball State University majoring in psychology.

Personal life

Daniel Baldwin has several wives.  In 1984, Baldwin became a father of a daughter, Kahlea, with his first wife, Cheryl. In 1990, he married an actress Elizabeth Hitchler. In 1994, they had a daughter, Alexandra,  before divorcing in 1996. 

Baldwin married again to Joanne Smith who was a former British model. They had a daughter in 2008 and the couple welcomed a second daughter in 2009. in 2012, Joanne filed for divorce with Baldwin. Baldwin announced his engagement in 2014 to Robin Sue Hertz Hempel, an entrepreneur.

Career

Before entering the acting industry, he landed the job of a sports-betting handicapper for several years. After leaving the job, he began taking the theater classes at HB Studio in New York. Baldwin’s acting starting was in the television film Too Good to Be True in 1988, which he followed with roles in the films Born on the Fourth of July (1989), Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991) and Hero (1992). 

In 1993, Baldwin was cast in the Baltimore-based cop show Homicide: Life on the Street which helped him to achieve popularity. Baldwin was cast as Menelaus for the BBC One show Kings and Pharaohs for Series 1, featuring Christopher Eccleston, Michael Rooker, and John Hurt. His several TV movies are Anonymous Rex (2004) and Our Fathers (2005) and small-budget films including Sidekick (2005) and Moola (2006). His appearances in various TV series episodes, including The Sopranos; and TV and direct-to-video movies, including reprising his role as Beau Felton in Homicide: The Movie in 2000.

Baldwin’s one of the mentionable work was signed in 2008 on to play Julius Krug in the Award Winning HBO film based on the 1975 documentary Grey Gardens. In the same year, he made appearances on truTV’s The Smoking Gun Presents: World’s Dumbest as a frequent commentator. He also acted as a supporting cast member in indie director Akihiro Kitamura’s sophomore film, I’ll Be There With You.

In 2009, Baldwin decided to move Lake Oswego, Oregon, a suburb of Portland, to start a production company, Grilletto Entertainment.

Awards and Achievement

Daniel Baldwin has got so many awards for several movies in his overall career. He has contributed a lot to the acting industry.

Year

Awards

Movies

2019

Gold Award for Best Supporting Actor on Chautauqua International Film Festival

Making a Deal with the Devil

2017

Best Supporting Actor on Hoboken International Film Festival

The Red Maple Leaf

2016

Best Supporting Actor on Hoboken International Film Festival

The Red Maple Leaf

2015

Best Actor on Film International Film Festival, USA

Divorce Texas Style

2014

Best Supporting Actor at the Madrid International Film Festival

Helen Alone

2014

Humanitarian Award on Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, US

The Wisdom to Know the Difference

2014

Renaissance Award on Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, US

The Wisdom to Know the Difference

1998

Stinker Award for Worst Supporting Actor on The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards

Vampires (1998)​

Addiction and Arrests

Daniel Baldwin has several bad reports on addiction and arresting which down his reputation. In 1998, he was found running naked through the halls of New York’s Plaza Hotel and was arrested for possession of cocaine. He felt guilty to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to three months in drug rehab. He had been battling cocaine addiction since 1989 conceding to the people magazine. 

After a long time, on April 22, 2006, Baldwin was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia in a Santa Monica hotel. He was arrested twice in the same year on July 19 and November 7, 2006. The reason for the 19th July was to run a red light after weaving through the traffic in West L.A. 

Just before 1 p.m and then crashed his rented Ford Thunderbird into two parked cars while going 80 mph (130 km/h) in a 35 mph (56 km/h) zone. The reason for the 7th of November was allegedly stealing a white GMC Yukon SUV. He was arrested again on February 6, 2007, in Newport Beach, California, by the Orange County Superior Court for his failure to show up for an arraignment stemming from an auto-theft charge.

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