No actually- the other way 'round. If your domain name registration on these sites are similar or identical, having contact information on your sites that supports the domain name registration by being at least somewhat similar or identical will actually boost your domain trust scores.
As part of two efforts; anti-spam and author identification/valuation, a semantic database of names and various data elements such as addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, collage/university, employer, educational/professional citations, social media, and so on is being used to as much as possible positively identify two things; domain owners and authors. The reasons for this is simple: one, to positively know who are registering domains with histories so that some measure of trust can be evaluated; and two, positively identify the authors of content to know which content can be trusted over other content. It is that simple.
In as much as you can, if your contact information aligns or closely aligns across all of your contact information, this helps search engines know they can trust you and what you do providing you are not one of the bad guys.