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Danny Trejo Net Worth

Danny Trejo Net WorthDanny Trejo Net Worth: Danny Trejo is an actor, film producer, voice actor. Danny Trejo was born 16-May-44 in Echo Park, Los Angeles. According to Forbes, Danny Trejo Net Worth is $16 Million. Mexican American film and voice actor who became known for his roles in the 2007 action film Grindhouse, the 1996 film From Dusk Till Dawn, and the 2010 slasher film Machete. He had guest roles in Breaking Bad in 2009 and 2010. He had television success with a recurring role on FX’s Sons of Anarchy. He also appeared in the 2001 film SPY kids. He became a lightweight prison boxing champion while serving an 11-year sentence for robbery. He has provided voices for characters on King of the Hill with Mike Judge.

Danny Trejo Net Worth is $16 Million

First Name Danny
Last Name Trejo
Another Name Daniel Trejo
Alternative Name The Mayor
Age 73 years
Date of Birth 16th May, 1944
Place of Birth Echo Park, Los Angeles, CA
Height 5′ 5½” (166 cm)
Build Bodybuilder
Eye Hazel
Hair Black
Distinctive Feature The tattoo on his chest of a woman wearing a sombrero (you see it in almost all of his movies), Rough scarred face, Long hair with ponytail
Star Sign Taurus
Sexuality Straight
Religion Roman Catholic
Ethnicity Multiracial
Nationality American
Profession Actor, Producer
Profession Actor
Claim to Fame Runaway Train (1985)
Year(s) Active 1977–present
Talent Agency Amsel, Eisenstadt & Frazier Talent Agency (AEF)
Brand Endorsement Snicker’s (candy bar), (2009) TV commercial: ESPN Monday Night Football “This Guy” (parking garage scene), (2011-2012) TV commercial (voice-over): Old El Paso taco sauce., (2013) TV commercial (UK): Old El Paso’s smoky BBQ fajitas.
Official Web www.nndb.com/people/112/000031019/
Family Member Robert Rodriguez (second cousins)
Favorite Movies The Wizard of Oz [1939]
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