Danny Masterson’s Ups and Downs Through the Years: ‘That ’70s Show,’ Sexual Misconduct Allegations and More

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After guest appearances on various TV shows, Danny Masterson got his big break when he landed the role of Steven Hyde on That ‘70s Show.

The FOX series, which premiered in 1999, followed teenagers coming of age in the fictional Wisconsin suburb of Point Place. Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Laura Prepon, Topher Grace and Wilmer Valderrama completed the group of friends. The comedy — helmed by Mark Brazill, Bonnie Turner and Terry Turner ended its eight-season run in 2005.

When Netflix’s That ‘90s Show spinoff premiered 18 years later, Masterson was the only OG cast member left out amid his sexual misconduct trial.

In June 2020, Masterson had been arrested and charged with three counts of rape in the early 2000s after three women came forward to accuse him of assault. The Ranch alum — who shares daughter Fianna, born in 2014, with wife Bijou Phillips — denied all accusations.

Masterson’s criminal trial began in August 2022, however, the proceedings ended in a mistrial after the jury failed to reach a unanimous verdict. His retrial began in April 2023, where he was found guilty.

Scroll down for a look back at Masterson’s highs and lows through the years: