Sunjata portrayed the character of a sailor on coast in the episode of much loved TV series called Sex and the City.
Sunjata was born and grew up in Chicago, the adopted son of Bill and Catherine Condon, a police dispatcher and a civil rights worker.
His parents are of Irish and Italian-German descent.
In 2003, he won a Theatre World Award for his breakout Broadway performance as a gay Major League Baseball player who comes out to the public in Take Me Out, the Tony award-winning play, which also earned him nominations for a Tony Award and Drama Desk Award.
In 2009, the fifth season of Rescue Me includes a 9/11 Truth subplot focused through the character of Franco Rivera (played by Sunjata) who stirs up controversy in the firehouse when he announces to a journalist that he firmly believes 9/11 was an inside job.
On April 30, 2009, Daniel Sunjata announced his participation as narrator in Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup, a film directed by Dylan Avery and produced by Korey Rowe and Matthew Brown.
He has dark brown eyes, a square jawline and full lips, which are often accentuated when he sports a scruffy, sexy beard.
It is important to note here that anytime an actor takes on a gay related part in a movie, television show or play, gay rumors are sure to follow.