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Tony Danza Net Worth: Tony Danza is an American actor, teacher, dancer, and former boxer who has a net worth of $40 million dollars. Tony Danza is probably most widely recognized for his role on the 80s sitcom, “Who’s the Boss?”. He also starred in the popular series, “Taxi” and in his own show, “The Tony Danza Show”, for which he won a People’s Choice Award.
He was born Antonio Salvatore Iadanza on April 21, 1951, in Brooklyn, New York. He was in the midst of a burgeoning, but struggling boxing career when Danza became a true overnight sensation due to his outstanding performance as the dimwitted, but good-natured cab driver Tony Banta on the iconic sitcom, “Taxi” (ABC/NBC, 1978-1983). Right after the end of the series, which was often dubbed the best television comedies ever made, he landed a role in the more conventional sitcom, “Who’s the Boss?” (ABC, 1984-1992). This eight-season show turned to be another success, which only helped Danza to establish himself further as an executive producer with his own production company. But while he was a major force on the small screen, he truly struggled to make his way in the feature world. As his most prominent feature projects can be mentioned the following: “Going Ape!” (1981), “Cannonball Run II” (1984), and “She’s Out of Control” (1989). Later on, he suffered a decline in his TV presence as well, with his turns in the rather short-lived series “Hudson Street” (ABC, 1995-96) and “The Tony Danza Show” (ABC, 1997). Eventually, he came to a critical acclaim on the Broadway stage with his dramatic performances in “A View from the Bridge” (1998) and “The Iceman Cometh” (1999), as well as he managed to put on a lauded recurring role on “The Practice” (NBC, 1997-2004).
Inspirational Quotes by Tony Danza
I wasn’t a bad kid. I was a good kid. But I had gotten in a lot of fights ’cause in the neighborhood I grew up in, that wasn’t equated with bad behavior almost. I mean, we’d fought like it was another game. ‘You wanna play stick ball today?’ ‘Nah, let’s go fight.’Tony Danza
We did 112 shows and had 112 parties.Tony Danza
I love to cook and I know a lot of people watching love those segments, but so often they feel rushed to me. If we give ’em a bit more time to breathe, people will get more out of them.Tony Danza
The great thing about getting married young like I did and having a child so young is that he gets to know all the relatives. He knew his great-grandmother, and we sat down together and tied down the stories of our uncles and aunts. They were quite the characters, and we tied them to about 50 recipes. It’s like a memoir-cookbook.Tony Danza
I got this call that they wanted me to join this cast. They called it a family show, and it thought that it would be similar to all family shows. I wasn’t sure about this until I watched some tapes, and was amazed.Tony Danza