Background: Entering show business at age 4 and a Screen Actors Guild cardholder by age 11, Danny Bonaduce rocketed to fame at age 10 for his role as the red-haired, wisecracking Danny Partridge on the ABC sitcom ''The Partridge Family'' (1970-1974).
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Dante Daniel "Danny" Bonaduce is an Italian-American radio/television personality, comedian, professional wrestler, and former child actor.
Born in Broomall, Pennsylvania, Bonaduce is the son of veteran TV writer/producer Joseph Bonaduce.
The younger Bonaduce became famous as a child actor of the 1970s on the sitcom/television series The Partridge Family.
Bonaduce co-starred as Danny Partridge, the wisecracking, redheaded middle son of the singing pop band.
He later returned to television as a regular member of the syndicated talk show ''The Other Half'' (2001-2003) and starred in his reality show on VH1, ''Breaking Bonaduce'' (2005-2006).
Bonaduce appeared on Fox TV's ''Celebrity Boxing,'' sparring with Barry Williams of television's ''The Brady Bunch.'' In 2002, He released his autobiography, ''Random Acts of Badness,'' which details his fall into and recovery from drug addiction.
Best known these days as a motor-mouthed radio deejay, Bonaduce is currently co-hosting ''The Adam Carolla Show.'' He is also set to star in CBS Mobile's first original program titled ''Danny Bonaduce: Life Coach.'' More personally, the father of two has been married twice, once to a Japanese real estate agent and once to actress Gretchen Hilmer, whom he married on the same day of their first meeting on a blind date.
Gretchen filed a divorce petition on April 9, 2007, after seventeen years of marriage. It's being a former child star that sucks." Danny Bonaduce Dante Daniel In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dante Daniel Bonaduce was born on August 13, 1959, to former TV writer/producer Joseph Bonaduce (born on February 5, 1927; died on August 3, 2004) and writer Betty Bonaduce (born on October 5, 1924).
He has one sister, Cecelia Bonaduce, who also works as a TV writer.
By his own account, Bonaduce grew up in a dysfunctional family setting with physical and emotional abuse from his father.
To get him away from that atmosphere, TV mom Shirley Jones and the other adults from the cast had Bonaduce stay with them some weekends.