1951 - Antonio Iadanza was born in Brooklyn, New York, on the 21st of April, better known as Tony Danza, is an American TV and film actor.
1969 - When he was 18, he got a tattoo on his upper right arm that was based on a design by the comic book artist Robert Crumb. The tattoo says "Keep on Truckin'." He was a boxer when he began his acting career on the TV sitcom Taxi.
1978-1983 - He is probably best-known for his appearances in the TV sitcoms Taxi.
1980-1981 - His movie debut was in the comedy The Hollywood Knights, which was followed by Going Ape!
1984-1992 - Appeared in Who's the Boss?
1995 - Starred in the short-lived sitcoms Hudson Street.
1997 - The Tony Danza Show, not to be confused with his current talk show.
1998 - Nominated for an Emmy Award for a guest-starring role in the TV series The Practice.
1999 - Received critical acclaim for his performance in the Broadway revival of the Eugene O'Neill play The Iceman Cometh.
2000-2002 - He had a role on the TV drama Family Law.
2007 - He now hosts his own TV talk show, The Tony Danza Show, a nationally-syndicated program produced each weekday morning in his hometown of New York (where it airs live).
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