Danny Masterson is an American actor best known for his role as Steven Hyde in That '70s Show, appearing in 194 episodes from 1998-2006.
He also had an 11-episode recurring role on the third and fourth seasons of the sitcom Cybill, from 1996-1998; and currently stars as Milo in the television sitcom Men at Work, since 2012.
Other television shows he has appeared in include Jake And The Fatman; Roseanne; American Gothic; Party of Five; NYPD Blue; Grounded for Life; Robot Chicken; The Dead Zone; and Kim Possible.
Masterson has also appeared in a number of feature films, including Beethoven's 2nd (1993); Face/Off (1997); Trojan War (1997); The Faculty (1998); Dracula 2000 (2000); Hold On (2002); Puff, Puff, Pass (2006); You Are Here (2006); and Smiley Face (2007).
He helped Ashton Kutcher set up actor Wilmer Valderrama in the first season of the candid camera prank show Punk'd, and was himself punk'd in the sixth season.
He also made a guest appearance as himself in the episode of Entourage entitled Aquamansion (Season 2, Episode 3).
Masterson is frequently the guest DJ in several Los Angeles clubs, initially going by the name DJ DonkeyPunch, but later changing it to DJ MomJeans.
Masterson is a member of the Church of Scientology, in which he was raised. In December 2005 he helped promote the gala opening of Scientology's controversial "Psychiatry: An Industry of Death" Museum.
His younger brother is actor Christopher Masterson, of the television series Malcolm in the Middle.
He is the co-owner of a Los Angeles restaurant, Dolce, with That '70s Show co-stars Wilmer Valderrama and Ashton Kutcher.
"When I was 15, my parents left town for a month. They hid the keys to the car, but I found them. That month, I drove my stepdad's Thunderbird Super Coupe into Manhattan every day, and I would crank Cypress Hill as I flew around the city, racing the taxis."
"If I could make millions of dollars being a softball player, I would quit acting in a second."
"I've never smoked pot. I don't even take aspirin. I know people who do a lot of drugs, and they keep thinking about things from the past and things ahead. But they're not living right here and now."