Sadly for Daniel, his romantic life hasn’t been very successful. He’s been married three times, and had five children by four different women. His first marriage dissolved quietly, but his second one was marred by scandal. In 1996, he had married actress Elizabeth Baldwin, divorced her in 1996, and that same year had a son with his co-star (from “Homicide: Life on the Street”) Isabella Hofmann.
Reportedly, Daniel and Hofmann were romantically involved for over a decade. His third wife was Joanne Smith, a chef whom he met in rehab in 2006. The two married in 2007, had two children, and by 2011 they were divorced.
Trouble Can Be Contagious
Like Stephen, Daniel also found himself in trouble with the law. In 1997, he went on a narcotic-fueled rampage in an NYC hotel room. He was then arrested, hospitalized, and later pled guilty to disorderly conduct. However, Daniel was able to avoid jail by being sentenced to three months of rehab.
Daniel confessed to People that his addiction started in his earlier years (1989), which led to a tragic, cyclical battle of rehab and relapses. But as the entertainment industry finds a way to create a show from nearly anything, Daniel’s struggle helped land him a spot on reality TV...
Daniel appeared on the show Celebrity Rehab in 2008, but as a mentor instead of an addict. Unfortunately, his positive image did not last long. Daniel was accused of inappropriate behavior by Mary Carey (former adult film star and fellow co-star). At the time, Daniel was a married father of four.
It then became a battle of “he said, she said” as Daniel claimed that Carey was the one who was making him (and his wife) uncomfortable. But Carey went further, accusing Daniel of requesting photos of her and repeatedly inquiring about her career as an adult film star, despite her clearly attempting to leave that image behind.
The Latest: Alec
When not spending time with his wife and kids or engaging in political discussions, Alec is still bust in showbusiness. The trailer for "Boss Baby 2," starring Lisa Kudrow is the sequel to his animated comedy (Boss Baby.)
It was just released and he reportedly landed a new ABC comedy with Kelsey Grammer. The series is currently untitled but both Grammer and Alec are executive producers.
Alec’s Other Projects
Along with the "Boss Baby sequel," Alec will be starring in a handful of upcoming projects. He will play the role of Enzo Ferrari, (the founder Ferrari car) in the film "Lamborghini" as well as the TV series, Dr. Death (which explores the mysterious patient deaths of a certain physician.)
In addition, he will also star in a cop thriller "Blue Before Blood" and the "Western, Rust."