Ted Danson is currently filming his third season of CBS’ long running hit crime drama, “CSI.”
Danson’s feature film debut was in Joseph Wambaugh’s “The Onion Field” in 1979. He was also seen in the 1981 film by Lawrence Kasdan, “Body Heat.” He transitioned to the small screen in 1982 for the television show “Cheers,” which had an 11 year run. Danson earned two Emmy awards and two Golden Globe awards for his role as Sam Malone.
Some of Danson’s other film and television credits include: “Bored to Death,” “Damages,” “Becker,” “Curb your Enthusiasm,” “Something About Amelia” (a TV movie for which he won a Golden Globe award), “A Fine Mess,” “Three Men and a Baby,” “Cousins,” “Dad,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Our Fathers,” “Knights of the South Bronx” and “Mad Money.” Ted is an environmental activist, founding the American Oceans Campaign (AOC) in 1987 to alert Americans to ocean abuses. AOC merged with Oceana in 2001. Oceana works to show citizens how they can participate in protecting and restoring marine resources. In 2011 he published his first book, “Oceana: Our Endangered Oceans And What We Can Do To Save Them,” written with journalist Michael D’orso.
A Salute to “Bored to Death”
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