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In January 2018, Richie spoke out in support of actress Nicole Eggert after she accused her Charles in Charge co-star Scott Baio of engaging in "inappropriate sexual behavior" with her at a time when she was 14 and Baio was "in his 20s". Eggert discussed and appeared to confirm the alleged misconduct during a 2013 video interview on Richie's podcast Nik Richie Radio. Richie subsequently provided a statement to NBC's Megyn Kelly confirming that after interviewing Eggert about the incident, "Nicole was distraught" and "she told me it was much worse than she described on air".
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Nicole Eggert (born 1972). Zach Tyler Eisen (born 1993). Ike Eisenmann (born 1962). India Eisley (born 1993). Erika Eleniak (born 1969). Casey Ellison (born 1975). Andrea Elson (born 1969). Jacqueline Emerson (born 1994). Tami Erin (born 1974). Jackie Evancho (born 2000). Madge Evans (1909–1981). Richard Eyer (born 1945). Stanley Fafara (1949–2003). Dakota Fanning (born 1994). Elle Fanning (born 1998). Taissa Farmiga (born 1994). Farah Fath (born 1984). David Faustino (born 1974). Corey Feldman (born 1971). Pamelyn Ferdin (born 1959). Stacy Ferguson (born 1975). Bijou Fernandez (1873–1961). Albert Fields (born 1975). Kim Fields (born 1969). Cameron Finley (born 1987).
opposite Scott Baio and Paradise with Phoebe Cates. Before portraying the role of Buddy Lembeck in Charles in Charge in 1984, Aames played the character of Robbie Hamlin on the ABC soap opera The Edge of Night. From 1983 to 1985, he was the voice of Hank on the cartoon Dungeons & Dragons. After the end of Charles in Charge in 1990, Aames hosted the game show The Krypton Factor. Aames starred as Bibleman in the direct-to-video Christian superhero series from 1995 to 2003, before leaving to spend more time with his family. He was replaced by Robert T. Schlipp. Aames has been married three times. Aames married Vicki Weatherman in 1979, having one child, Christopher.
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Alexander Polinsky (born October 7, 1974) is an American actor, voice actor, and singer who is perhaps best known for his role as Adam Powell on Charles in Charge. Polinsky is also the voice of Control Freak on Teen Titans, Argit in the Ben 10 franchise, Dennis Lee on The Life and Times of Juniper Lee and Darington in Blaze and the Monster Machines. In 2018, he accused former costar Scott Baio of engaging in verbal abuse and of physically assaulting him on the set of Charles in Charge. * Charles in Charge – Adam Powell *
as Herself. 2007: Scott Baio is 45 and Single as Herself. 2007: The Singing Bee as Herself. 2007-2008: Entertainment Weekly as Herself (5 episodes). 2008: Today as Herself. 2008: Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp as Herself. 2008: Broken Promise as Mrs. Watkins. 2008: The Early Show as Herself. 2008: Fox Reality Awards as Herself. 2008: Whatever Happened To? as Herself. 2008: Mother Goose Parade as Herself. 2009: The Bold and the Beautiful as Kelly DeMartin. 2009: Catch 21 as Herself. 2010: Not Another B Movie as Mrs. Klien. 2010: Totally Tracked Down as Herself. 2012: The Deceit as Mrs. Shephard (final film role). 2012: Celebrity Ghost Stories as Herself (final TV role).
Scott Baio Is 46...and Pregnant is an American reality series that aired on VH1 from January to March 2008. The series stars Scott Baio. The series focuses on Baio and his wife, Renee, as he copes with the realization of becoming a first-time father to a baby girl at the age of 46. *
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He is perhaps best known for his portrayal from 1987 to 1990 of Walter Powell on the syndicated sitcom Charles in Charge, starring Scott Baio. One of three children, Callahan was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to William and Elenora Callahan on October 4, 1930. After his service in the United States Army from 1951 to 1953, he worked for the United States Postal Service. While attending school in the Midwest, he discovered acting and on the advice of a teacher, he enrolled at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. He studied drama and graduated in the late 1950s. Callahan played a doomed soldier/journalist in the M*A*S*H episode Sometimes You Hear the Bullet.
The series also starred Ellen Travolta as Louisa Delvecchio, Chachi's mother (Travolta and Baio would star again as mother and son later in Charles in Charge), and Al Molinaro as Al Delvecchio, Chachi's stepfather (and formerly the owner of Arnold's Drive-In in Happy Days), who opened a restaurant in which Chachi and Joanie performed most of their music. Art Metrano played Chachi's uncle Rico Mastorelli, who was the band's manager and helped Joanie and Chachi advance in their careers. Winifred Freedman (later a cast member of the syndicated soap opera Rituals) played Rico's daughter, Annette, Chachi's cousin and bandmate.
She is probably best known for her portrayal of Louisa Arcola Delvecchio, the aunt of Fonzie (Henry Winkler) and mother of Chachi Arcola (Scott Baio) in the 1950s-based sitcom Happy Days, and the spin-off Joanie Loves Chachi. She also played the mother of Baio's character on the syndicated comedy series Charles in Charge from 1987-90. She had already previously portrayed Jimmy Baio's mother on a 1978 episode of The Love Boat. Travolta played Mrs. Horshack-O'Hara in three episodes of Welcome Back, Kotter, on which her brother, actor John Travolta, starred as Vinnie Barbarino in the series. Later in the 1970s, she played Dorothy Manucci in the short-lived television series Makin' It.
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Aames would go on to star with Scott Baio in Charles in Charge. Goodeve started a minor singing career, following his rendition of the show's theme song (see "Theme music") and initially hosted HGTV's If Walls Could Talk. Macchio would gain the most fame in feature films such as The Karate Kid and its sequels, as well as My Cousin Vinny. After the end of the show's fifth season (112 one-hour episodes), production costs and declining ratings caused the show to be cancelled, along with seven other shows that season (including The Waltons). Variety's headline on the cancellation stated, "Eight Shows In, Eight Shows Out". In a 2000 episode of E!
He is a first cousin once-removed of actor Scott Baio, who played Chachi Arcola on Happy Days and Charles on the hit 80s television program Charles in Charge. In April 2013, Baio discovered that he is related to Steve Buscemi. In December 2010, Baio described himself as "Baio: The Sweatiest Guy in the Room". During high school, Baio was lead guitarist, song writer, and vocalist in a local Bronxville, NY band known as Underrated. Baio was in a country-influenced band called the Midnight Hours with Vampire Weekend's current drummer, Chris Tomson at Columbia University, where the rest of the Vampire Weekend band members were also attending.
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Nicole Eggert. Stephen Elliott. Ron Ely. Chad Everett. Greg Evigan. Joel Fabiani. Nanette Fabray. Morgan Fairchild. Lola Falana. Stephanie Faracy. Alan Feinstein. José Ferrer. Mel Ferrer. Miguel Ferrer. Gail Fisher. Fern Fitzgerald. Joan Fontaine. Steve Forrest. Robert Forster. Kimberly Foster. Bernard Fox. Jonathan Frakes. Anthony Franciosa. Genie Francis. Melissa Francis. Charles Frank. Gary Frank. Steve Franken. Mary Frann. Eva Gabor. Boyd Gaines. Don Galloway. Teresa Ganzel. Beverly Garland. George Gaynes. Anthony Geary. Judy Geeson. Susan George. Estelle Getty. Jack Gilford. Richard Gilliland. Hermione Gingold. Justin Gocke. Grant Goodeve. Marjoe Gortner. Stewart Granger.
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Scott Baio (born 1960), actor who appeared on TV on Happy Days and its spin-off Joanie Loves Chachi, as well as on Charles in Charge. Seymour Benzer (1921-2007), physicist, molecular biologist and behavioral geneticist. Bob Berg (1951-2002), jazz saxophonist. Julie Bovasso (1930-1991), actress. Abe Burrows (1910–1985), playwright, writer of Guys and Dolls and Can-Can. Kerry Butler (born 1971), actress. Victor Calderone (born 1967), club music DJ and producer. Vincent D'Onofrio (born 1959), actor Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Vic Damone (1928–2018), singer. Millie Deegan (1919–2002), professional baseball player in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.
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Also typically, series that have been airing on Nick at Nite for at least three years are often moved exclusively to the overnight schedule in order to make room for newly acquired series (though in the past, entire broadcast runs of a few series such as Perfect Strangers and Charles in Charge have aired in an overnight graveyard slot for a short period of time following their debut on the network). For about a year-and-a-half prior to the September 28, 2009 rebrand, Nick at Nite aired marathons of programming from midnight to 5:00 a.m. Eastern Time.