Danny Pino Net Worth

How much is Danny Pino worth?

Net Worth: $3 Million
Salary: $75 Thousand Per Episode
Date of Birth: Apr 15, 1974 (46 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft (1.83 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Danny Pino Net Worth:
$3 Million

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Danny Pino net worth: Danny Pino is an American actor who has a net worth of $3 million. Danny Pino was born in Hialeah Gardens, Florida. Pino graduated from Miami Coral Park High School and Florida International University. He began his professional career onstage, appearing opposite Madonna in the West End production of “Up for Grabs”, and a year later, starred in the television film, “Lucy: The Lucille Ball Story”, as Desi Arnaz. He first became a household name appearing as Armadillo Quintero in the popular series, “The Shield”.

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He subsequently co-starred in the series, “Cold Case” for seven seasons, and guest starred on various other shows, including “CSI: NY” and “Burn Notice”. He has also appeared in such films as “Between”, “The Lost City”, “Flicka”, and “The Burning Plain”. He recently joined the cast of “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”, and is next slated to appear in the television movie “Special Investigations L.A.” and the film, “The Book of Matthew”.

Inspirational Quotes by Danny Pino

The most I could hope for is to come and try and develop a character who is interesting, who is interesting to me, who is interesting to fans and who could contribute to the storytelling that is ‘Law & Order: SVU.’

Danny Pino

I went to the actual SVU precinct… and got a really good sense of what it was like.

Danny Pino

I’m blessed to come from a family with five brothers. We’re all physical and athletic and like to work out, like to be outside, like to throw the ball around. We spent our entire childhoods on some kind of corner or in a field. We still do a Turkey Bowl every Thanksgiving. It gets competitive, man. Bloody.

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I have my great grandmother’s recipe for black beans, all the way from Cuba, and I know how to make those. I’m actually pretty good at it now. But my first time, the beans actually exploded in the pot, so I had black beans just dripping from the ceiling – which is actually a dream come true for most Cubans. It was a nightmare to clean.

Danny Pino

I’m certainly proud to be Cuban American, and it’s a fantastic opportunity for anybody – regardless of their ethnicity or nationality. It does carry a measure or pride to know where you’re from and to know what your roots are.

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