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Tony Danza Phone Number, Email, Fan Mail, Address, Biography, Agent, Manager, Publicist, Contact Info

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REAL NAME: Tony Danza
NICKNAME: Tony Danza
DOB: 21 April 1951 
BIRTHPLACE:  Brooklyn, New York, United States
NATIONALITY: American
BIRTH SIGN: Taurus
PROFESSION: Actor
FATHER: Not Known
MOTHER: Not Known
SIBLINGS: NA
SPOUSE / WIFE: NA
CHILDREN: NA
INSTAGRAM HANDLE: https://www.instagram.com/tonydanza/
TWITTER HANDLE: https://twitter.com/tonydanza
FACEBOOK HANDLE: https://www.facebook.com/TonyDanza


Tony Danza Bio

Taxi (1978-1983) and Who’s the Boss? (1978-1983) are two of Tony Danza’s best-known television roles, but he has also been in a number of other popular shows (1984-1992).

Anne (Cammisa), a bookkeeper, and Matty Iadanza, a garbageman, were his parents when he was born in Brooklyn, New York. Both his mother and father were of Italian heritage, and he was born into an Italian family. A wrestling scholarship from the University of Dubuque in Iowa allowed him to attend college in Malverne, Long Island, where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in history education. Rocky Graziano was the inspiration for him to become a professional boxer before he became a teacher.

“Dangerous” Tony Danza entered the New York Golden Gloves in 1975 after changing his name to “Tony Danza.” He began his professional boxing career on August 13, 1976, just a few months later. For his walk-in slugging approach, Danza quickly became a crowd favourite in the middleweight division. Seven of his nine first-round knockout victories came in the opening two rounds.

Tony Banta was spotted during a gym session for the ABC television show Taxi (1978). For the second time in his career, Danza resigned from boxing after failing to win the WBA or IBF heavyweight championships in 1978 and 1979. He then turned his attention entirely to acting. Taxi’s critical praise made him a household celebrity and earned him a spot in television history. In 1984, he appeared in Who’s the Boss? (1984), a long-running ABC sitcom that shattered all syndication records with its eight seasons. Sitcom characters have made him famous.

As a guest star in The Practice (1997), Danza was nominated for an Emmy Award. Tony Danza also appeared in Hudson Street (1995), which he executive produced, and The Tony Danza Show (1997). 12 Angry Men, The Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking Philadelphia Phenomenon, The Wonderful World of Disney: Noah, North Shore Fish, The Girl Gets Moe, and Deadly Whispers are among his other television credits (1995).

Angels in the Outfield (1994), She’s Out of Control (1989), A Brooklyn State of Mind (1998), Glam (1997), and Illtown (1997) are just a few of his feature film credits (1996). Mamamia, a short film he wrote, directed, and starred in (1995).

Tony eventually discovered his passion for the theatre, and among his many stage credits is his exhilarating run on Broadway in Mel Brooks’ classic musical The Producers, playing Max Bialystock (2006-2007) and his reprise of the character in the Las Vegas production at Paris Las Vegas (2007).


He was nominated for an Outer Critic’s Circle Award for Wrong Turn at Lungfish (1993). The Iceman Cometh, the Tony Award-winning drama by Arthur Miller, A View from the Bridge, and I Remember You are among her other theatre credits. Earlier this year, Tony returned to the stage in the pre-Broadway run of Honeymoon in Vegas, which he appeared in at the Paper Mill Playhouse alongside Tony Award nominee Rob McClure (Chaplin), and Brynn O’Malley (Annie).

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Music and lyrics by Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown (Parade, The Last Five Years) are featured in this Andrew Bergman musical based on his smash blockbuster Castle Rock/New Line comedy “The In-Laws,” which was written by Andrew Bergman (Fletch, Freshman, Blazing Saddles, Soap Dish, The In-Laws). A love letter from The New York Times comparing Tony’s performance to “the cooler-than-cool attitude” of Frank Sinatra praised both the show and Tony.

In 1995, he made his Atlantic City stage debut with a song-and-dance extravaganza that won him a slew of awards. He later toured the country, from Las Vegas to New York, with the show.

As Joseph Gordon-father Levitt’s character’s in Gordon-much-buzzed-about Levitt’s and lauded directorial debut, Don Jon, Tony returned to the big screen in 2013. It was released in theatres in the fall of 2013 and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ray Liotta, and Scarlett Johansson.

In 2009-2010, Tony taught tenth-grade English at Northeast High School in Philadelphia. This was his most toughest position yet. Seven-part documentary series, Teach, documented his time as a real-life teacher and premiered on A&E last year.

Tony’s book, I’d Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year as a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High, was published in September 2012 by Crown Publishers (a part of Random House). The book was widely discussed and received high praise for Tony’s account of his first year of teaching.

There was a two-month stay for this book on the New York Times Best Sellers list after its debut at number 16. In September of that year, the paperback edition was released. When AARP The Magazine, the world’s largest circulation magazine for those over 50, presented Tony with their Inspire Award in 2010, he was overjoyed. The Inspire Awards honour those who, by their creative thinking, enthusiasm, and tenacity, motivate others to take action.

Tony was one of the legendary stars who took part in the Weinstein Company’s historic event at Madison Square Garden for Hurricane Sandy Relief in December of 2012. His father used to say, “we’re all in this together, pal,” and that’s exactly what Tony says in the concert documentary he appeared in, published by the Weinstein Company in the fall of 2013: “E pluribus unum.”

Tony is active in a variety of charitable endeavours because he firmly believes in the meaning of this statement. USA Today recognised Tony at their annual National Make a Difference Day Awards in April 2013 for his many charitable endeavours. There are three children in Danza and Tracy Robinson’s family.

His high school graduation was in 1968 from Malverne Senior High School. Teach: Tony Danza begins with Danza describing himself as a “wonky student” in high school. Wrestling scholarships at the University of Dubuque allowed him to achieve a bachelor’s degree in history in 1972.


Anne Cammisa (1925–1993) and Matty Anthony Iadanza (1920–1983) were the parents of Danza. His mother, Cammisa, worked as a bookkeeper in Brooklyn, while his father was a garbage collector. A Sicilian immigrant from Campobello di Mazara, his father’s Italian ancestors, and his mother were both born in Sicily.

Matty Jr., Matty’s younger brother, is Danza’s younger half-brother (born 1954). Matty owns a restaurant in Los Angeles. Until the age of 14, Danza resided in East New York, Brooklyn. On Long Island, New York, he and his family moved to Malverne. Danza and Rhonda Yeoman, his first wife, were married in 1970 after they originally met as college roommates. A boy and a daughter were born to the couple as a result of their union. In 1974, they went through with a divorce. Tracy Robinson, Danza’s second wife, married him on June 28, 1986, and the divorce was finalised on February 6, 2013. Two daughters were born to the couple.

Three daughters and one son are Danza’s family. From his ex-wife Rhonda “Yeoman” Ladanza, Marc Anthony Danza (born in 1971) and Gina Danza (born in 1983) are his two children. Katherine Danza (b. 1987) and Emily Danza (b. 1993), her younger daughter, are her other two children.

For his role in the 1997 sitcom The Tony Danza Show, Danza received the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Series.

As a prank, his pals entered him in the New York City Golden Gloves competition. He went on to defeat his first six opponents by knockout in the first round, and he never looked back.  A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was bestowed upon Tony in 1988 in recognition of his contributions to television.

A baseball player is his character’s profession in the film Angels in the Outfield (1994). The Hudson Street (1995) and The Tony Danza Show (1996-1997) sitcoms also featured him (1997). From 2000 to 2002, Danza starred in the television series Family Law.

As a guest star on The Practice in 1998, he was nominated for an Emmy Award. The Hollywood Knights (1980) and Going Ape! (1981) were Danza’s first two films (1981).

Daniela’s performance in the 1999 Broadway version of The Iceman Cometh was widely praised. In 2002, he debuted as a 1950s-style crooner with his debut album The House I Live In.

From December 19th, 2006, until March 11th, 2007, Danza played Max Bialystock in The Producers on Broadway. From August 13, 2007, through February 9, 2008, he reprised the role at the Paris Las Vegas. There have been rumours of him making large contributions to Republican candidates, such as George W. Bush, as a registered Republican.

A fourth season of The Contender, hosted by him, was slated to air in 2008. Honeymoon in Vegas, a 1992 romantic comedy film, was adapted for the Broadway stage by the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey. The pre-Broadway run of the show began on September 26. It was directed by Gary Griffin and stars Danza and Rob McClure, both of whom were nominated for Tony Awards.

As a tribute to Danza, the Ride of Fame double-decker sightseeing bus was unveiled in December of that year. Tony Caruso Sr. was played by him in the Netflix series, The Good Cop, in 2018. Caruso was “a discredited, former NYPD officer who never followed the rules,” according to a statement from the NYPD. After one season, the show was cancelled. A&E’s reality show Teach: Tony Danza was filmed during the school year of 009-0010. His co-teaching position at Northeast High School in Philadelphia at the time was a 10th-grade class. October 1, 2010 was the show’s launch date. Danza’s first year of teaching at Northeast High was the inspiration for his 2012 memoir, I’d Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year as a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High.

Angels in the Outfield (1994), She’s Out of Control (1989), A Brooklyn State of Mind (1998), Glam (1997), and Illtown (1997) are just a few of his feature film credits (1996). Mamamia, a short film he wrote, directed, and starred in (1995).

Tony eventually discovered his passion for the theatre, and among his many stage credits is his exhilarating run on Broadway in Mel Brooks’ classic musical The Producers, playing Max Bialystock (2006-2007) and his reprise of the character in the Las Vegas production at Paris Las Vegas (2007).

There was a two-month stay for this book on the New York Times Best Sellers list after its debut at number 16. In September of that year, the paperback edition was released. When AARP The Magazine, the world’s largest circulation magazine for those over 50, presented Tony with their Inspire Award in 2010, he was overjoyed. The Inspire Awards honour those who, by their creative thinking, enthusiasm, and tenacity, motivate others to take action.

Tony was one of the legendary stars who took part in the Weinstein Company’s historic event at Madison Square Garden for Hurricane Sandy Relief in December of 2012. His father used to say, “we’re all in this together, pal,” and that’s exactly what Tony says in the concert documentary he appeared in, published by the Weinstein Company in the fall of 2013: “E pluribus unum.”

Tony is active in a variety of charitable endeavours because he firmly believes in the meaning of this statement. USA Today recognised Tony at their annual National Make a Difference Day Awards in April 2013 for his many charitable endeavours. There are three children in Danza and Tracy Robinson’s family.

His high school graduation was in 1968 from Malverne Senior High School. Teach: Tony Danza begins with Danza describing himself as a “wonky student” in high school. Wrestling scholarships at the University of Dubuque allowed him to achieve a bachelor’s degree in history in 1972.

Anne Cammisa (1925–1993) and Matty Anthony Iadanza (1920–1983) were the parents of Danza. His mother, Cammisa, worked as a bookkeeper in Brooklyn, while his father was a garbage collector. A Sicilian immigrant from Campobello di Mazara, his father’s Italian ancestors, and his mother were both born in Sicily.

He was nominated for an Outer Critic’s Circle Award for Wrong Turn at Lungfish (1993). The Iceman Cometh, the Tony Award-winning drama by Arthur Miller, A View from the Bridge, and I Remember You are among her other theatre credits. Earlier this year, Tony returned to the stage in the pre-Broadway run of Honeymoon in Vegas, which he appeared in at the Paper Mill Playhouse alongside Tony Award nominee Rob McClure (Chaplin), and Brynn O’Malley (Annie).

Music and lyrics by Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown (Parade, The Last Five Years) are featured in this Andrew Bergman musical based on his smash blockbuster Castle Rock/New Line comedy “The In-Laws,” which was written by Andrew Bergman (Fletch, Freshman, Blazing Saddles, Soap Dish, The In-Laws). A love letter from The New York Times comparing Tony’s performance to “the cooler-than-cool attitude” of Frank Sinatra praised both the show and Tony.

He was nominated for an Outer Critic’s Circle Award for Wrong Turn at Lungfish (1993). The Iceman Cometh, the Tony Award-winning drama by Arthur Miller, A View from the Bridge, and I Remember You are among her other theatre credits. Earlier this year, Tony returned to the stage in the pre-Broadway run of Honeymoon in Vegas, which he appeared in at the Paper Mill Playhouse alongside Tony Award nominee Rob McClure (Chaplin), and Brynn O’Malley (Annie).

Music and lyrics by Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown (Parade, The Last Five Years) are featured in this Andrew Bergman musical based on his smash blockbuster Castle Rock/New Line comedy “The In-Laws,” which was written by Andrew Bergman (Fletch, Freshman, Blazing Saddles, Soap Dish, The In-Laws). A love letter from The New York Times comparing Tony’s performance to “the cooler-than-cool attitude” of Frank Sinatra praised both the show and Tony.

In 1995, he made his Atlantic City stage debut with a song-and-dance extravaganza that won him a slew of awards. He later toured the country, from Las Vegas to New York, with the show.

As Joseph Gordon-father Levitt’s character’s in Gordon-much-buzzed-about Levitt’s and lauded directorial debut, Don Jon, Tony returned to the big screen in 2013. It was released in theatres in the fall of 2013 and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ray Liotta, and Scarlett Johansson.

In 2009-2010, Tony taught tenth-grade English at Northeast High School in Philadelphia. This was his most toughest position yet. Seven-part documentary series, Teach, documented his time as a real-life teacher and premiered on A&E last year.

For his role in the 1997 sitcom The Tony Danza Show, Danza received the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Series. A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was bestowed upon Tony in 1988 in recognition of his contributions to television. A baseball player is his character’s profession in the film Angels in the Outfield (1994). The Hudson Street (1995) and The Tony Danza Show (1996-1997) sitcoms also featured him (1997). From 2000 to 2002, Danza starred in the television series Family Law.

As a guest star on The Practice in 1998, he was nominated for an Emmy Award. The Hollywood Knights (1980) and Going Ape! (1981) were Danza’s first two films (1981). Daniela’s performance in the 1999 Broadway version of The Iceman Cometh was widely praised. In 2002, he debuted as a 1950s-style crooner with his debut album The House I Live In.

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