Daniel admitted to first using cocaine in 1989, while filming Sydney.
Daniel let Primetime, a news show on ABC, follow him around for the duration of his treatment in a drug rehab facility, in 2006.
In 2007, Daniel dropped out of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew because he was acting inappropriately with a fellow rehaber. In 2005, Daniel dropped out of Celebrity Fit Club because he was addicted to pain killers.
While in Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, Daniel became romantically involved with his chef, with whom he got pregnant during his stay and later married.
Daniel and his wife, Joanne Smith-Baldwin, had a baby girl on January 17, 2008. She weighed 7 lbs. 10 oz. Her name is Avis Ann Baldwin. This is Daniel's fourth child, but Joanne's first.
Daniel pled 'Not Guilty' in an Orange County courtroom on February 20, 2007, to charges of unlawfully taking a car and receiving stolen property. Baldwin claims that he borrowed the vehicle in question, a 2003 GMC Yukon, and actually drove the vehicle to court with the car's owner, Ken Smith as his passenger.
Daniel was arrested on November 7th, 2006 at a motel in Los Angeles for grand theft auto. He stole a car equipped with 'On-Star', and was tracked by Police to his motel room, and observed entering the stolen vehicle. A search of his motel room added drug charges to the arrest, when Police found his narcotics and paraphernalia. He was booked in the Santa Monica jail with a bail set at $20,000.00
Daniel was arrested in March 2006, in a motel room under the influence of cocaine.
Daniel spent two weeks in Anacapa by the Sea in 1994 for cocaine addiction.
Daniel refused to appear on Saturday Night Live with his brothers for a Family Feud sketch.
Daniel was in jail for driving a car with stolen tags, when his father died.
Daniel worked for a big time bookie post college.
Daniel is apolitical.
Daniel is derisively known as the T.V Baldwin.
Daniel played in a No-Limit Texas Hold-em tournament for his mother's charity, the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Care Center of University Hospital and Medical Center at Stony Brook.
Daniel enjoys playing basketball with his friends.
Daniel enjoys playing golf in his free time.
Daniel tried to be a stand up comic for a year.
Daniel attended Ball State University for one year. He was going to pursue psychology as a major.
Daniel was the last of the Baldwin brothers to enter show business.
Daniel used to make his living as a sports handicapper.
Daniel had epilepsy.
Daniel produced 3 films as of 2008, two of which were in 2002.
Daniel directed 2 films in 2000.
Daniel has appeared in over 70 films.
Daniel's father died of lung cancer in 1983. He was only 53 at the time of his death.
Daniel's father, Alexander Rae Baldwin, Jr. was a History teacher.
Daniel graduated from Berner High School in 1979.
Daniel's two sisters are Elizabeth Keuchler and Jane Sasso.
Daniel is two years younger than his brother Alec.
Daniel and Isabella Hoffman dated from 1994 until 2004.
Daniel married Elizabeth in 1990. They divorced in 1996.
Daniel is the only one of the 4 Baldwin brothers who has not been nominated for a Razzie.
Daniel has a son named Atticus who was born on July 13, 1996. Daniel named him after named after a character from his favorite film, the 1962 classic, To Kill a Mockingbird.
In February, 1998, Daniel was admitted to the hospital for a suspected drug overdose.
Daniel's nickname is Danny.
Daniel is 6' 2" tall.
Daniel has been married 3 times.
Daniel's mother is a breast cancer survivor.
Daniel: addict will always be there, forever. I am an addict. That's just the way it is.
Daniel: I was now in a financial situation that I walk into the party of a very famous singer and there were all these people in this party and they all had these little glass pipes.
Daniel: I'm a straight-up cocaine addict. I don't really drink very much, although I have abused alcohol in the past. And I don't use any other drugs. I don't take pills. I don't do anything. I'm a...diehard coke head.
Daniel: I am just taking things second by second right now, anymore than that, I get blind-sided.
Daniel: Sobriety is easily achieved. It is difficult to maintain, however. I have an uphill battle on my hands, and I am really getting tired of that climb, man.