American actor Daniel Sunjata has always stayed hush-hush when it comes to his love life; this swirled gay rumors around him. But the rumors were put into rest when he was speculated to be dating someone after being spotted together several times.  

The Illinois native is an American movie and TV show actor who is best known as Franco Rivera on the series Rescue Me and as Paul Briggs on the USA Network’s series Graceland.

His appearance can also be seen in several other TV shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Law and Order SVU, Smash and Notorious. Moving onto the big screens, he is seen in several movies which include Bad Company, The Dark Knight Rises, Devil Wears Prada, and many more.

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Besides being an actor, he is also a voice artist who has lent his voice to the video game character Nick Lander/James Randall in TOCA Race Driver.

Adopted As Child, Daniel Sunjata Holds Biracial Identity

Born on 30 December 1971 at Evanston, Illinois, Daniel Sunjata Condon was adopted as a son in the family of Catherine and Bill Condon. He also has a sister from his adoptive family named Leah Condon.

Adoptive Family: Daniel Sunjata shares a picture with his family (Photo: Daniel Sunjata's Instagram)

Regarding his biological parents, it is said that his mother was a white teenager and his father was black.

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He did his schooling from Mount Carmel High School and later completed his undergraduate degree from Florida A&M University and the University of Louisiana. Adding more to his education, he further pursued a Master’s degree in fine arts from NYU’S Tisch School of Arts.

Discover The Movies And TV Shows Daniel Sunjata Has Starred In

Named as one of PEOPLE’s 50 Most Beautiful People with a height of 5’8 inches, the handsome Daniel made his way into acting in 1998. He first starred in the movie Twelfth Night, or What You Will.

In 2000, he appeared in the drama D.C. and in 2002 he guest-starred in Law & Order SUV. After this, he soon bagged the role as Darren Lemming, a gay baseball player, in the Tony Award-winning Broadway play Take Me Out. The actor says the gay role helps in engendering tolerance. He even won a Theatre World Award for his breakout performance as a gay baseball player in 2003.

Gay Character: Daniel Sunjata starring as Darren Lemming (in the middle of the stage) in Take Me Out (Photo: The Gay Almanac)

In 2004, he bagged his popular role as Franco Riviera in the comedy-drama series Rescue Me. Soon after he starred in movies like The Devil Wears Prada, Ghosts of Girlfriends, Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup. He also starred in various TV shows like The Bronx is Burning, as Nurse Eli in Grey’s Anatomy.

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Between the year 2012-2013, he featured in movies like The Dark Knight Rises, Gone, and One for the Money. Within that year he bagged another of his popular role in the tv show Graceland.

As of his recent projects, he appeared in the movie Small Town Crime (2017) and appeared as Danny in the TV show Manifest. With an amazing career in the movies and TV show industry, he has been successful to accumulate a hefty net worth of $2 million.

Daniel Sunjata Says He's Not Gay; Possible Girlfriend Defying Gay Rumors

Portraying a gay character in a famous Broadway play, it's not a surprising fact that speculations were made regarding his sexuality. But the actor clearly stated himself as straight which puts the gay speculations into silence. 

Possible Girlfriend: Daniel Sunjata poses for a picture with Rosalba during the Cyrano Opening Night & Party 2007 (PhotoUnApix)

Moreover, defying the gay rumors, he was once speculated to be dating Rosalba Sierra. The possible couple was spotted together in several events, but no confirmation had been given by the actor.

Daniel Sunjata Gives Big NAY On Making Girlfriends & Dating At Workplace

The only closest we’ve ever heard from the low-key actor talk about dating is in an interview with Buzzfeed. When asked about YAY or NAY about dating in the workplace he replied:

Dating in the workplace for me is a huge nay. I've had a personal rule about no romantic involvements with people that I work closely with ever since I was in grad school at NYU. Just always seemed like a bad idea — if it goes south, it affects the entire environment.

Well, one thing is clear Daniel ain’t getting married to anyone he shares on-screen with. And his future wife is definitely going to be someone out of his workplace!