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Tony Danza Readies Daytime TV Talk Show
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Tony Danza, the gruff-voiced onetime boxer who became a star of TV sitcom hits such as “Taxi” and “Who’s the Boss?” has a new gig — daytime talk show host.
Walt Disney Co.’s Buena Vista Television on Monday said it was developing a new talk show aimed at female audiences watching daytime TV with Danza at the helm.
The program does not yet have an air date. Buena Vista said it will sell the show in the syndication market, which means it would be broadcast at varying times on local TV stations and cable networks that pay a licensing fee to show it.
“For the last eight years, I have been touring the country with my live act, and it seems as I have been in training for this,” Danza said in a statement, referring to his musical review which has played to sold-out audiences in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and elsewhere.
If this new show, which has yet to be named, makes it to TV, he’ll join a long list of former TV stars, comedians and others who have attempted TV talk shows, including most recently Ellen DeGeneres.
Danza got his first big break on TV in the hit 1970s sitcom “Taxi,” and became a major star with “Who’s the Boss?” which ran from 1984 to 1992.