Danny Masterson is best known for his starring role as Steven Hyde on the long-running HIT sitcom That '70s Show.
On the big screen, Masterson recently starred opposite Richard Dreyfus and Danny Glover in the dark comedy Killing Winston Jones, due out in 2014. He also recently wrapped the Polish Brothers' new film, Hot Bot, ALSO DUE 2014.
Beginning his career as a child model for the Ford Agency at the age of 4, Masterson gradually moved his way into commercials, appearing in more than 150 by age 16; soap operas (One Life to Live,1985) and Broadway (Dragons,1986). It was then that Masterson made the decision to move to Los Angeles, where he soon secured his first motion picture lead role in Universal Picture's popular sequel Beethoven's 2nd, opposite Charles Grodin and Bonnie Hunt. Some of Masterson's other film credits include Yes Man, with Jim Carrey and Bradley Cooper; Bye Bye Love; John Woo's Face/Off, with John Travolta and Nicolas Cage; Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty; and Wes Craven's Dracula 2000, opposite Gerard Butler and Johnny Lee Miller.
Masterson has worked on more than 30 feature films, including the independent features Too Pure (Tribeca Film Festival), directed by The Others producer Sunmin Park; Greg Araki's Smiley Face (Sundance, Toronto, Cannes); Wake, opposite wife Bijou Phillips (Cinequest); and the short film The Rooster, written by Danny Strong, for which he was awarded Best Actor at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Other recent independent credits include Alter Egos (Fantasia Fest), directed by Jordan Galland; CALIFORNIA SOLO, OPPOSITE ROBERT CARLYLE (sundance) Made for Each Other (Newport) and The Chicago 8 (Peachtree, Santa Cruz), in which he played Jerry Rubin.
Mastersonís television credits include series regular roles on Joe's Life on ABC, Extreme on ABC and Cybill for CBS, along with recurring roles on Roseanne and Party of Five.
He currently splits his time between Los Angeles, New York and Park City. In addition, he is the co-founder of Gulf Coast Detoxification Project and winner of the New York Police Department's Heroism Award for his work with 9/11 rescue workers.