About Danny Pino
It has been calculated that the overall amount of Danny Pino net worth reaches as high as 1 million dollars, according to the recent estimations. He has earned such a high net worth and fame because of his career as an actor. In the period of 2003-2010 he made his name popular when he got the role of Detective Scotty Valens in the TV series called “Cold Case” on CBS. In 2011 he started to appear as Nick Amaro in another TV series called “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, a role he portrayed until 2015. It airs on NBC. Thus, both of these series not only made his name more known as a TV star but also added up to the overall size of Danny Pino net worth.
In 2002 he appeared in a play called “Up for Grabs”, where he starred next to Madonna. The play was shown in London’s West End. In 2003, Danny Pino got a role of Desi Arnaz in the special on CBS called “Lucy”, based on the life of Lucille Ball. Thus, these appearances have also increased the total estimate of Danny Pino net worth.
The actor was born in 1974 in Miami Florida and he grew up with his four brothers.
Danny Pino is of Cuban origins. In 1996 he finished Florida International University. In 2000, the actor graduated from New York University’s Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts. The first role which earned him critical praise was as Armadillo Quintero in the FX show called “The Shield”. Other two productions in which he appeared after that include “Flicka” and “The Lost City”.
Also, he got a role of Detective Scotty Valens in the series on CBS called “Cold Case”. In 2011 Danny Pino got the role of NYPD Detective Nick Amaro in the popular TV series called “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”. He joined these series in the 13th season. Thus, all of these productions made his name even more known on TV and also added up to the total size of Danny Pino net worth.
In addition to his career as an actor, Danny Pino has also appeared as a writer on some occasions. He wrote a couple of episodes for “Cold Case”, TV series in which he appeared. Danny Pino has also appeared as a guest on some TV shows, such as “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”, “The Sharon Osbourne Show”, “Entertainment Tonight”, “The Drop” and “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”.