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What is Danny Bonaduce’s net worth?

Danny Bonaduce Net Worth

Danny Bonaduce is an American actor, well-known for his role as Danny Partridge in the ‘70s sitcom series “The Partridge Family”. Since then, he has appeared in different other TV shows and was involved in other professional activities as well, including wrestling and radio.

For instance, in 2007 he starred in “The Adam Carolla Show” and one year later, in 2008 he had a daily one-hour solo spot known as “Broadcasting Bonaduce”, that was broadcast locally on the L.A.-based KLSX station.

What is Danny Bonaduce’s net worth?

At the time this article is written the American radio and television personality, Danny Bonaduce has a net worth of $5 million.

Childhood and teenage years

Danny Bonaduce was born in Broomall, Pennsylvania on August 13, 1959. He was exposed to the world of entertainment from an early age as his father, Joseph Bonaduce was a TV producer and writer. He worked on shows such as “One Dat at a Time” and “The Dick Van Dyke Show”.

However, Danny and his father didn’t have a very positive relationship. Actually, Danny described their relationship as physically and emotionally abusive.


Danny Bonaduce started his acting career at a young age, first appearing in an episode of “Bewitched”. At the age of ten, in 1969 he starred in the TV show “The Partridge Family”. The show had four seasons that ran from 1970 until 1974, and Danny played the role of Danny Partridge who was the bass player in the family band. His work on “The Partridge Family” was later awarded the Former Child Star “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Young Artist Foundation.

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Bonaduce also starred in the TV series “CHiPs” and in the movie “Corvette Summer” while filming “The Partridge Family”. As he was struggling with substance abuse, at the beginning of the 1980s Danny’s acting career slowed down significantly. However, at the beginning of the 1990s, Bonaduce started to appear in some popular series, such as “Monk”, “Married…with Children” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”. Also, in 1995 he hosted his own talk show, “Danny!”. Plus, he became a co-host on the show “The Other Half” alongside Dr. Jan Adams, Mario Lopez, and Dick Clark.

Danny Bonaduce was the star of a VH1 reality show titled “Breaking Bonaduce”. It appeared in 2005, after his riotous relationship with his wife. Also, Danny has had roles as commentator, judge, and guest on different other reality shows, such as “TruTV Presents: World’s Dumbest” and “I Know My Kid’s a Star”.

Other professional projects

Danny Bonaduce CloseupAfter the downturn in his acting career, in the 1980s, Danny became successful in the radio industry as an on-air personality at various stations across the country. He began by working an overnight shift at WEGX-FM in Philadelphia.

Following this he moved to Chicago to host “The Danny Bonaduce Show” from 1994 until 1996 on The Loop WLUP. Between 1996 and 1998 he co-hosted another show in Detroit with John Heffron. Also, he briefly worked at Big 105 WBIX in New York City.

Bonaduce became part of the on-air cast of “The Adam Carolla Show” in 2007. In 2008, he was given a one-hour solo show titled “Broadcasting Bonaduce”. In 2011, Danny moved to Seattle to work as a co-host on a morning show.

Besides his radio career, Danny Bonaduce pursued a career in combat sports. Actually, he became a professional wrestler in 1994. He made his professional debut at the Spring Stampede in Chicago, participated in several wrestling and boxing events, and earned his black belt in karate. Bonaduce joined Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling and wrestled in the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling’s Lockdown event.

In the middle of the 2000s, Danny Bonaduce started to box in charity events, fighting against Brady Barry Williams and Donny Osmond. He won both fights. Later, in 2008 he won a knockout match against “Reverend” Bob Levy and in 2009 against retired baseball player Jose Canseco.

Real estate

In 2007, Danny Bonaduce and his then-wife bought a condo in Hollywood for $825,000. Though, in March 2009 they listed it for sale for $1.05 million. Also, they own a house in Los Feliz, California that has been listed at times for $5 million. The couple purchased that home for $2.6 million.

Private life

Danny Bonaduce was married to three different women. His first wife was Setsuko Hattori, with whom he was married from 1985 until 1988. His second wife was Gretchen Hillmar, who he met in 1990 on a blind date. They decided to marry on the same day and their marriage resisted for more than sixteen years. The couple divorced in 2007 and had two children together. This marriage was strongly featured in Bonaduce’s 2005 reality show, “Breaking Bonaduce”.

In 2007, Danny started to date Amy Railsback who was a substitute school teacher in that period of time. They married three years later, in 2010, and currently, Amy manages Danny’s career. They alternatively spend their time in their houses in Los Angeles and Seattle.

Legal issues

Danny Bonaduce had many confrontations with law enforcement in his early 30s. In 1990 he was arrested for the first time in Florida while trying to purchase illegal substances. This unfortunate event was very embarrassing for him because he was in Florida to host a children’s anti-drug event.

Only after one year, Danny ended up in custody again for battery and robbery because he beat up the trans sex-worker Darius Barney. Danny pleaded guilty and had to pay the medical bills for Barney, who had his nose broken and other injuries.

Some years later, Danny had a public altercation with the Survivors show contestant, Jonny Fairplay.

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