Danny Ahn (Korean name: Ahn Shin-won; 안신원) was born December, 22 1978 in Seattle, Washington. He is a Korean American actor and rapper of the South Korean boy bandg.o.d. He is notable for his unique rapping. He has one older sister. He attended Department of Theater/Acting in Dankuk University.
Ahn was born on December 22, 1978 in Seattle, Washington and holds American citizenship alongside South Korean citizenship. He developed an interest in music from a young age, and during high school, decided that he wanted to become a singer. Ahn attended Dankuk University to study acting, and after his studies, made his professional music debut in the K-pop industry as a back-up singer for the vocalist Uhm Junghwa. In 1998, Ahn's cousin Joon Park was holding auditions for his project group g.o.d and asked Ahn if he would like to be a singer in the group. Ahn agreed and was recruited without needing to audition. 
Ahn's professional career began with his debut in the K-pop industry as a rapper for singer Uhm Jung-hwa. From there, he became a part of the boyband g.o.d (short for "Groove Overdose"); the group went on the become one of the most popular K-pop groups in the 2000s. He released his solo album on May 28, 2007, featuring the digital single "If It Were A Dream" (feat. Sweet Sorrow). Additionally, he also served as a radio DJ on the show Kiss the Radio.
Ahn has revealed that he has had a total of five girlfriends in the past, with two of them being celebrities.  Regarding his views on dating, Ahn has stated, "I won't publicly announce my relationship while I'm dating, but I'm going to confidently date her in public. But when I find someone that I really want to spend the rest of my life with, I'm going to make a public announcement."