Danny Masterson stone-faced in first mugshot as he’s transferred to prison after rape conviction

Danny Masterson appeared stone-faced in his first mugshot since he was convicted of rape and sentenced to 30 years to life in prison.

In the photo taken Wednesday and obtained by Page Six, the “That ’70s Show” star is expressionless in an orange jumpsuit with a grown-out beard and unkempt hair.

The Los Angeles County Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation released the mugshot after Masterson, 47, was admitted to North Kern State Prison in Delano, Calif.

The disgraced actor was transferred from an LA jail, where he had been incarcerated since his sentencing in September for two counts of rape with force, violence or fear of bodily injury.

Several of Masterson’s famous friends –– including his former “That ’70s Show” co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis –– attempted to lessen his sentence by writing letters on his behalf.

Danny Masterson’s first mugshot has been released following his rape conviction. CA DOC
The “That ’70s Show” star was sentenced to 30 years in prison for two rapes committed in 2003.

Kutcher, 45, and Kunis, 40, subsequently faced major backlash for their support, forcing the “Punk’d” star to resign from his anti-sex trafficking organization.

Masterson was found guilty in May during a retrial for committing two rapes in 2003. His first trial resulted in a hung jury in November 2022.

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Less than two weeks after his sentencing, Masterson’s wife, Bijou Phillips, filed for divorce after 12 years of marriage.

Prior to their separation, Phillips, 43, had stood by her now-estranged husband’s side throughout his trial and even once called him her “life-saving partner.”

Masterson was admitted to the North Kern State Prison in Delano, Calif., Wednesday. Getty Images
His wife, Bijou Phillips, filed for divorce shortly after her now-estranged husband’s sentencing in September. AP

The former couple shares one child together, a daughter named Fianna.

Phillips requested legal and physical custody of the 9-year-old, to which Masterson agreed in October.

The Scientologist did, however, file to seek visitation rights, but those visits –– which would take place in prison and under supervision –– have not been approved.