Daniel Baldwin and The Wisdom to Know the Difference | The Fix

Daniel Baldwin and The Wisdom to Know the DifferenceBy John Lavitt 05/20/16The Fix Q&A with actor Daniel Baldwin—on the importance of being of service, smoking crack, and why his 10th rehab stay finally worked.via Wisdom Feature Film/FacebookAn American actor, director and writer, Daniel Baldwin is the second eldest of the four Baldwin brothers. Baldwin is best known for his role as Detective Beau Felton in the popular NBC TV series Homicide: Life on the Street. Beyond his extensive television work, Daniel has starred in numerous movies, including Mulholland Falls (1996), Vampires (1998), Paparazzi (2004), and Grey Gardens (2009) for HBO. Baldwin also has participated in numerous reality shows, including Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, Celebrity Big Brother, and Celebrity Wife Swap.Daniel began battling an addiction to smoking crack in 1989. In 1998, he was found running naked through the halls of New York’s Plaza Hotel and was subsequently arrested for possession. For years, he vacillated back and forth between sobriety and relapse, with nine stints at different rehabs. In 2006, Daniel found a path of sustainable recovery at the SOBA Recovery Center. With the support of SOBA Recovery CEO Greg Hannley, Daniel wrote, directed and co-starred in The Wisdom to Know the Difference, a film that was acclaimed as the “Best Recovery Film of All Time” by The New York Times. The Fix is honored to have the opportunity to speak with Daniel about his journey.

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