Former Who’s the Boss Star Is Now Selling Tupperware

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Former child star Danny Pintauro — he played scrappy Jonathan Bower on 80s sitcom Who's the Boss — has a surprising new gig.

His new career: Tupperware salesman.

As first unearthed by Perez Hilton, Pintauro, now 34, recently launched a page on the official Tupperware site — enticing potential customers to host a "Tupperware party" with him in their home.

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"My name is Daniel and I am a brand new Tupperware Consultant," his intro reads.

"I'm here to party with you and show you that Tupperware is sexy, hip and not just in your grandmother's kitchen! Look out America! Here we come!"

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Adds the former star: "If you live in Southern California, I'd love to come to your house and have a party…If you DON'T live in Southern California, I'd love to throw you a party too….but that's a bit trickier (care to fly me there?)."

Pintauro's bio on the site doesn't mention his Hollywood past. "I love to cook, I love to throw parties (my friends call me Martha when I plan a party)," he says, "And I LOVE to save money. I have three dogs [and] I live in Los Angeles."

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According to IMDB, Pintauro didn't work much in film and TV after Who's the Boss (costarring Tony Danza,  Alyssa Milano and Judith Light) ended its 8-year run in 1992.

He appeared in a 2010 episode of The Secret Life of an American Teenager and in the 2007 film The Still Life. A graduate of Stanford University, Pintauro came out as gay in 1997.

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