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He had several projects in the works in 19, including a one-man show called "The Velocity of Gary" about a teen gay hustler.
In 1992, as the show ended, he won a Youth in Film Award for an "Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor in a Long Running Series." Pintauro is an Eagle Scout who majored in drama at Stanford University, where he also played trumpet in the marching band, and graduated on 6/14/1998. The 39-year-old actor revealed that he is HIV positive.RELATED: Danny Pintauro details meth use, dangerous sexual behavior in Oprah interview “[HIV/AIDS] is not something that people are talking about now really,” says Pintauro. I missed the opportunity to be a beacon of light for gay kids who were going through what I was going through, because I was outed.RELATED: Danny Pintauro marries partner Wil Tabares “[After being diagnosed] there’s this awful feeling of I’m never going to be able to have a good relationship, no one’s ever gonna want me …I’m going to have to have that conversation every time I meet someone, who’s gonna wanna love me?He has three dogs and had said he would like to be a veterinarian.
He returned to the East Coast, however, to study theater and continue his acting career.
The last time Daniel exposed details about his personal life was by force.
In 1997 he said he was "outed" while he was a college student. He said he was bullied by a tabloid reported who said that he was going to run the story with or without Daniel's consent. 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."Daniel explained that following a breakup, he began experimenting with drugs.
The first thing he said was, ‘I’m not scared of it at all.'” While the episode was airing, Pintauro posted an Instagram of him and his husband captions, “Last meal as a nobody.
He said that he initially kept his health private because he didn't know if the public was ready to engage in the conversation. It's not something that people are really talking about right now," Pintauro says.
It wasn’t by choice.” But now he wants to do things differently by revealing his diagnosis.