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Ted Danson

Ted Danson
Photo: Angela George / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0

Birth Date

December 29, 1947


73 years old


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



6 ft 2 in | 188 cm

Net Worth

$60 Million


84 kg | 185 lb

Shoe size

Not available

Early acting career First movie Breakthrough

Ted Danson was born in San Diego, California, United States, on December 29, 1947, is an American actor.

Young Ted Danson first started performing during his years at the Stanford University.

He got his television debut in NBC soap opera Somerset (1975-1976) in role as Tom Conway.

He made his big screen debut in crime drama movie The Onion Field (1979) in role as Ian Campbell.

Ted's breakthrough performance came as bartender Sam Malone in NBC sitcom Cheers (1982–1993).

New Movies

Hearts Beat Loud (2018) comedy drama in role as Dave, opposite Nick Offerman and Toni Collette

Best Movies

Body Heat (1981) drama thriller opposite Kathleen Turner, William Hurt and Mickey Rourke

Creepshow (1982) dark comedy horror with Stephen King, Leslie Nielsen and Adrienne Barbeau

The One I Love (2014) science fiction thriller opposite Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss

Three Men and a Baby (1987) and sequel Three Men and a Little Lady (1990) comedy in role as Jack Holden

Cousins (1989) romantic comedy opposite Isabella Rossellini and Sean Young

Dad (1989) comedy drama with Kevin Spacey, Ethan Hawke and Jack Lemmon

The Amateurs (2005) comedy with Jeff Bridges and Lauren Graham

Made in America (1993) romance comedy opposite Whoopi Goldberg, Will Smith and Nia Long

Big Miracle (2012) drama with Drew Barrymore, John Krasinski and Kristen Bell

Mad Money (2008) comedy crime opposite Katie Holmes, Queen Latifah and Diane Keaton

Jerry and Tom (1998) black comedy Sam Rockwell and Joe Mantegna

TV Shows

He won the Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role as bartender Sam Malone in NBC sitcom Cheers (1982–1993).

He won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his performance as Steven Bennett in television film Something About Amelia (1984).

He was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role as Dr. John Becker in CBS sitcom Becker (1998–2004).

He was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Arthur Frobisher in legal thriller television series Damages (2007–2010).

He was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and he won a Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actor for his role as Michael in NBC fantasy comedy television series The Good Place (2016- ).

He was nominated for the Satellite Award for Best Actor for his performances in television movies:

Living with the Dead (2002) supernatural crime drama in role as James Van Praagh

Our Fathers (2005) drama in role as Mitchell GarabedianHelp

He was nominated for the Satellite Award for Best Actor for his role as Dr. Bill Hoffman in ABC sitcom Me Help You (2006-2007).

He was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor for his role as Richard in television film Knights of the South Bronx (2005).

He hosted Saturday Night Live in 1989.

The Doctors (1977-1982) NBC soap opera in role as Mitch Pierson / Dr. Chuck Weldon

The Amazing Spider-Man (1979) CBS series in role as Major Collings

Gulliver's Travels (1996) miniseries in role as Lemuel Gulliver

Ink (1996-1997) CBS sitcom in role as Mike Logan

Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000- ) HBO sitcom in recurring role as Ted Danson

Bored to Death (2009-2011) HBO comedy series in role as George Christopher

He played Director D.B. Russell in CBS procedural forensics crime drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2011-2015).

He portrayed Sheriff Hank Larsson in FX second season of black comedy crime drama television series Fargo (2015).

CSI: Cyber (2015-2016) CBS police procedural drama series in role as Director D.B. Russell

The Orville (2019) science fiction comedy drama television series in role as Admiral Perry


Graduated from Kent School in Connecticut (1966).

Attended Stanford University.

Graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh (1972), with Bachelor of Fine Arts in drama.

Has English and Scottish ancestry.

Has an older sister, Jan Ann Haury.

He voiced Pezulu in animated adventure comedy film Jock the Hero Dog (2011).

Featured in music video for Beastie Boys "Make Some Noise" (2011).

He is a founding member of the American Oceans Campaign (AOC).

Published his first book "Oceana: Our Endangered Oceans And What We Can Do To Save Them" in 2011.

He is a vegan.

Received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1999.

Lives in Los Angeles, California, U.S. and Chilmark, Massachusetts, U.S.


He was married to:

"Randy" Gosch (1970-1975)

Cassandra "Casey" Coates (1977-1993)

He married actress Mary Steenburgen in 1995.

He was in relationship with Whoopi Goldberg (1992-1994).

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