Perhaps best known for his role on the classic 70's series The Partridge Family, Danny Bonaduce's show business career began at the age of four when he appeared in his first commercial. His father was a comedic writer and for the next several years, Bonaduce appeared in many of his shows, including The Dick Van Dyke Show and All in the Family. At the age of 10, he attained the role of Danny Partridge - a role that unwittingly enabled him to showcase his talents and entertain television viewers for generations to come.
Bonaduce's other television credits include guest starring roles in a variety of television series from Eight is Enough and That 70's Show to Sabrina, The Teenage Witch and The Drew Carey Show. In 1999, Bonaduce served as producer and consultant for the television movie Come on Get Happy: The Partridge Family Story, a behind the scenes look at the trials and tribulations of his young life on the series.
Although Bonaduce has graced the television screen for years, his radio career has also thrived. His began his radio career at WEGX-FM in Philadelphia and hosted the morning shows at Detroit's WKQI-FM and New York's WTJM-FM.
Currently, Bonaduce serves as co-host of the highly rated morning drive show "The Jamie and Danny Show" at KYSR-FM in Los Angeles. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Gretchen and their two children, Countess Isabella, 10, and Count Dante, 4.
Although born in Waukegan, Illinois, Gretchen doesn't call any one place home. She has moved around from Illinois, to Germany, Wisconsin, Tennessee and Arizona. The daughter of a nuclear engineer and a homemaker, Gretchen studied travel and tourism at Lamson Business College in Arizona. Gretchen has held a myriad of jobs ranging from working at "The Funny Firm" comedy club in Chicago, to renting out cars, to booking psychics on radio stations in Phoenix. It was in the latter job where she was set up on a blind date with future husband, Danny Bonaduce who was working at the local radio station, Power 92 KKFR. Seven hours into their first date, the couple wed and has been married for 16 years.
In addition to being Danny's manager, Gretchen is a devoted mother to their two children, Countess Isabella (age 12) and Count Dante (age 5). Gretchen also has two brothers, Kurt and Derek. She is currently working on an independent film about Derek's experience in Iraq and her Uncle's WWII experience. Additionally, Gretchen is working on a film about her life.
Singing has always been a passion of Gretchen's. Growing up, she sang in both her school and church choirs. She has been the lead singer of several bands and is currently performing with the MuddFlaps and Anhkesenamun around Southern California. Gretchen promotes women through her music by performing at events such as "Chick Singers Night" at the Derby in Hollywood. She once shot a pilot for ABC's Soap Network titled Soap Talk which got picked up by the channel. She has appeared on several television shows including Oprah, Phil Donahue, The Other Half, and VH1's Behind the Music and Partridge Family.
In the Summer of 2006, Gretchen launched her rock inspired clothing line, Countess Couture (www.bonaduce.biz). Also in 2006, Gretchen and her singing were filmed for the upcoming documentary, Momz that Rock.
She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Danny and their two children, Isabella, 12, and Dante, 5.
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