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‘Who’s The Boss?’ Star Danny Pintauro Reveals He Is HIV-Positive

On Saturday night’s episode of “Oprah: Where Are They Now?“, former child star Danny Pintauro revealed that he has been living with a big secret for more than a decade: He is HIV-positive.

Everyone remembers the young, blond-haired Pintauro as Jonathan on the family sitcom “Who’s the Boss?” For eight years, Pintauro played the son of a driven single mother, winning over audiences with his nerdy charm. But, in the years after “Who’s the Boss?” ended, the once-lighthearted little boy grew into a complicated young man trying to live a private life in the public eye.

In his sit-down with Oprah, Pintauro — who goes by “Daniel” now — begins the interview by sharing his long-held secret.

“I wanted to tell you this a long time ago, but I wasn’t ready. I’m ready now,” Pintauro says. “I’m HIV-positive, and I have been for 12 years.”

Part of why Pintauro hadn’t spoken publicly about his health before, he says, is because he wasn’t sure if people were ready for a conversation of this magnitude. “It’s just a big deal, you know? It’s not something that people are really talking about right now,” Pintauro says.

This isn’t the first time Pintauro has revealed a private detail about his personal life. In 1997, when he was a college student, Pintauro came out as gay — but he hadn’t exactly planned to. “I was outed,” Pintauro says. “It wasn’t by choice.”

The actor says that a tabloid reporter called him back then saying the paper was going to out him whether he cooperated or not. His former “Who’s the Boss?” co-star, Judith Light, encouraged Pintauro to participate as a way of controlling the conversation. “It was the best thing,” Pintauro says now. “‘They can’t misquote you,’ she said. ‘And as long as you give really responsible and mature answers, it can’t be a bad article.'”

And, as Pintauro realized, it wasn’t. “Believe it or not, the ‘National Enquirer’ actually did a really fantastic, heartwarming article about it,” he says. “I was shocked.”

Pintauro says he regularly underwent routine HIV testing every six months. Then, in March of 2003, his whole world changed.

“I was living in New York at the time and completely clueless to the idea that I was positive. I went in for a regular checkup,” Pintauro says. “It was just regular blood work. You go in, and you sort of waited two weeks on pins and needles — or at least I did, because I was just terrified of the idea of getting HIV.”

Having come out of a two-year relationship, Pintauro admits later in the interview that he had been looking to explore more sexually and began using crystal meth as a means to that end. “I was doing crystal meth, which completely ruins your immune system. I’d been doing it at that point very briefly, but it was three weeks or so, off and on,” he explains. “I had just come out of a two-year relationship, and I discovered in that relationship that there was more I wanted to explore sexually. Crystal meth takes away your inhibitions… And if you want to explore that adventurous side, taking the drug is going to put you there.

 ”I was experimenting,” he continues. “And believe it or not, I thought that I was being safe in that encounter. I know exactly when it happened.”

Though Pintauro doesn’t go into those details, he does say that he doesn’t remember the man’s name. “I regret not knowing that, because that person has completely changed my life,” he says.

Even though antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) had been introduced by the time Pintatuo was diagnosed, dramatically increasing the lifespan of those with HIV and reducing their risk of transmitting the infection to others, Pintauro was still devastated by his diagnosis. He struggled to make sense of his feelings.

“It was terrifying, and there was a sense of relief,” he says. “It’s backwards. You’ve spent so much time terrified that you’re going to get it, and then you have it. You don’t have to be terrified anymore.”

Today, Pintauro lives with his husband, Wil Tabares, in Las Vegas, and works as a restaurant manager. He told Oprah that his dreams in life are to open a bed and breakfast with Tabares, live a long life and be a beacon of light that can help make a difference to others along the journey. Pintauro also shared an important message for other men in the gay community.

 ”What I want my community to realize is we need to take better care of ourselves,” he says. 

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Hdtv For Dummies By Danny Briere (Paperback)

Hdtv For Dummies By Danny Briere (Paperback)

Overview If you love movies, TV, and video games, then you ve probably thought seriously about investing in a high-definition television set, otherwise known as HDTV. But before you run to your nearest electronic goods store, you should know what you re investing your hard-earned money in, which TV set is good for you, and other things that will optimize your viewing pleasure. HDTV for Dummies shows you everything you need to know about buying the right equipment, setting it up, and enjoying all the things you love about TV. It ll save you tons of confusion over this exciting new technology and tell you everything you need to know about terms, concepts, and the difference between HD and digital. This handy guide gives you the tools you need to: Get connected with video and audio cables Hook up your DVD player, VCR, PC, camcorder, and other fun stuff Mount your HDTV Receive HDTV programming Understand the difference between HD DVD and Blu-ray disc players Record with DVRs and VCRs Install game consoles like PS3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii Enhance your HDTV with audio upgrades The guide also shows you how to shop smart and lists the best places to buy your HDTV and popular accessories to pump up your system. With up-to-date knowledge on the latest technology in the market today, HDTV for Dummies gives you a clear picture of what HDTV can do for your viewing experience! Product details Isbn-13: 9780470096734, 978-0470096734 Author: Danny Briere Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd Edition: 2 Publication date: 2007-01-12 About Wordery Wordery is one of the UK’s largest online booksellers. With millions of satisfied customers who enjoy low prices on a huge range of books, we offer a reliable and trusted service and consistently receive excellent feedback. We offer a huge range of over 8 million books; bestsellers, children’s books, cheap paperbacks, baby books, special edition hardbacks and textbooks. All our books are dispatched from the UK. Wordery offers Free Delivery on all UK orders, and competitively priced intern

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Podcast Review: Modern Day Philosophers with Danny Lobell w/guest Shecky Greene

2014-09-06-Modern_Day_Philosophers.jpgComedian Danny Lobell moves into his second year of hosting Modern Day Philosophers, wherein he interviews a comedian guest and “pairs” them with a philosopher to then examine and discuss. Podcasting has become a place to get to hear some of the great comedians from the comedy wave two booms back – the 50’s and 60’s – and Lobell presents us with Shecky Greene, a classic funnyman if ever there was one.

The philosopher this time out? Blaise Pascal, the 17th century polymath who was a mathematician, inventor, physicist and writer. He built one of the first mechanical calculators, a fact that Greene and Lobell marvel over. “Kind words do not cost much,” said Pascal, “But they accomplish much.”

And Greene proves to be a very gracious guest. He sings. He speaks in dialects. He regales Lobell with stories of standup gigs of old. They dip into subjects such as Greene’s gambling problem, developed at a young age when his father schooled him in horse race betting and continuing through his time headlining clubs and lounges in Las Vegas. He’s quite forthcoming, revealing elements of his depression, his failed marriage, and his views on some of his contemporaries. (“Don’t ask me about Lenny Bruce. I’ll tell you sometime. Today I don’t feel like talking about Lenny.”)

We’ve lost some of our great comic minds lately – this is a wonderful opportunity to hear about the life and times of a comedy icon who is still quite lucid in his 80s, before it’s too late.

Also listening to: The Trev & Ben Show #63; Psychobabble with Tyler Oakley, #1: The Bestie

This review originally posted as part of This Week In Comedy Podcasts on Splitsider.com. Marc Hershon is host and executive producer of Succotash, the Comedy Podcast Podcast.
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Danny Is Afraid of His Granny – Tyler Perry’s Love Thy Neighbor – OWN

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Danny works up the nerve to ask his grandmother whether he, Sam, Drew and Floyd can all stay at her house while the landlord removes the mold from their apartment building. Will Danny win Hattie over?

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There was no witness protection program in the late 1950’s, but there were those who certainly needed protection. “Limelight” is the story about just such a situation. It is also the story of performing arts and efforts to bring music and the theatre to a community. No story would be complete without romance, and there is romance in “Limelight”. “Limelight” takes place in the American Mid-West in 1958 when the nation was ramping up its economy out of a recession. The country was ready for a swing into the restless 60’s. This short story begins in a Wisconsin national forest made dangerous and exciting by a deadly criminal element bent on murder. The story produces characters who, surprisingly, possess needed professional talent. It then cascades into a free-wheeling performing arts centerpiece. The surprising ending may leave you breathless, perhaps even tearful.

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David Cassidy On Danny Bonaduce: ‘He Finally Grew Up’

When “The Partridge Family,” debuted in 1970, viewers fell in love with the wholesome family musical act and its cast of kids rose to instant fame. While lead vocalist David Cassidy had already appeared on television and Broadway, his younger, freckle-faced co-star Danny Bonaduce was experiencing the limelight for the first time.

“Child actors in those days, it was very difficult for them to move on,” Cassidy says in the above clip from “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” “And once they weren’t cute kids anymore, Hollywood rejected them. The television and film business has never really been kind or compassionate, in general.”

After the “The Partridge Family” ended in 1974, 15-year-old Bonaduce soon found himself using drugs and living on the streets of Hollywood. “He went through a very, very difficult period, I mean for many years,” Cassidy says.

Today, Cassidy says he and Bonaduce are still friends. “Danny and I have seen one another, we saw each other a lot until last year when he moved to Seattle with his wife,” he shares. “His wife is a beautiful person — just straightened his butt out big time. He’s now, ‘Yes, dear.’ He finally grew up and we’ve been friends. I love him. He’s a really good human being. He’s extremely talented.”

“Oprah: Where Are They Now?” airs Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on OWN. Programming note: In 2014, “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” airs on a new day and time. Catch up with past “Oprah Show” guests, newsmakers and celebrities on Fridays at 9 p.m. ET, beginning Jan. 3.

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