The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!

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Some of the celebrity guest stars were popular television stars, such as Nedra Volz, Norman Fell, Donna Douglas, Eve Plumb, Vanna White, Jim Lange, Danica McKellar, Nicole Eggert, Clare Carey and Brian Bonsall or professional athletes such as Lyle Alzado and Magic Johnson and WWE (then WWF) stars like Roddy Piper and Sgt. Slaughter.

Foxes (film)

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Scott Baio as Brad. Randy Quaid as Jay. Sally Kellerman as Mary. Cherie Currie as Annie. Marilyn Kagan as Madge. Kandice Stroh as Deirdre. Lois Smith as Mrs. Axman. Laura Dern as Debbie. Robert Romanus as Scott. Adam Faith as Bryan. Young Artist Awards. Nominee: Best Young Actress Starring in a Motion Picture - Jodie Foster.


Zapped!'' (1982 film)
The film stars Scott Baio as a high school student who acquires telekinetic powers. At Ralph Waldo Emerson High School, bookish student Barney Springboro (Scott Baio) performs various scientific experiments on laboratory mice until his friend, yearbook photographer Peyton Nichols (Willie Aames), retrieves him for a class assembly. Peyton questions Barney's disinterest in finding a girlfriend as the students rally in preparation for an upcoming baseball game against a rival high school. Afterward, Peyton seduces one of the school administrators, Corinne Updike, and Barney returns to his experiments.

Stoned (TV special)

StonedStoned'' (TV special)
Scott Baio won a 1982 Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in a Television Special for this work. * "Stoned" at the Internet Movie Database

The Boy Who Drank Too Much

Scott Baio.....Buff Saunders. Lance Kerwin.....Billy Carpenter. Ed Lauter.....Gus Carpenter. Mariclare Costello.....Louis Carpenter. Stephen Davies.....Alan. Toni Kalem.....Tina. Katherine Pass.....Donna Watson. Dan Shor.....Art 'Artie' Collins. Michele Tobin.....Julie. Don Murray.....Ken Saunders.

Xaverian High School

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Scott Baio, actor. Pedro Beato, baseball player. Jason Calacanis, Internet entrepreneur (CEO & Co-Founder of Weblogs, Inc., CEO of Mahalo), 1988. Bill Corbett, writer and performer on Mystery Science Theater 3000. Pete Davidson, actor, comedian, and cast member of Saturday Night Live, 2011. Charles L. English-United States Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovenia. Levance Fields, college basketball player, 2005. Pedro Hernández, minor league baseball player. Christopher Hoban - Former NYC Police Officer, killed in the line of duty. Mike Longabardi - NBA assistant coach, 2x NBA Finals champion (2008, 2016). Ruddy Lugo, major league baseball player.

Rich and Famous (1981 film)

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Nicole Eggert as Debby (age 8).

Glendale, California

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Nicole Eggert, actress. Erika Eleniak, model and actress. Douglas Emerson, actor. Robert Englund, actor, Nightmare on Elm Street. Yvonne Lime Fedderson, actress, third wife of producer Don Fedderson. Chelsea Field, actress. Pat Flaherty, auto racing driver, winner of 1956 Indianapolis 500. Doug Forrester, businessman and politician from New Jersey. Edward Furlong, actor. Beverly Garland, actress and hotel owner. Daryl Gates, former LAPD police chief. Go Betty Go, rock star. Scott Gorham, musician. Woody Guthrie, musician. Joe Hahn, musician. Peter D. Hannaford, political consultant and author associated with Ronald W. Reagan.

Bensonhurst, Brooklyn

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Scott Baio (born 1960), actor. Abe Burrows (1910–85), 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. Perry Farrell (born 1959), musician. Lou Ferrigno (born 1951), actor born in Bensonhurst in 1951 and famously known as the Incredible Hulk. Joey Fatone (born 1977), singer (member of boy band 'N Sync). Jerry Ferrara (born 1979), actor Entourage.

Anything for Love

Nicole Eggert as Marie Stark. Cameron Bancroft as Kurtis "Kurt" Stark. Johannah Newmarch as Julie Calder. Kevin McNulty as Louis Calder. Wendy van Riesen as Norma Calder. Gabe Khouth as Dan Holmes. Lochlyn Munro as John. Rachel Hayward as Sonia Glatt. Molly Parker as Lynne. Shane Kelly as Joe. Matthew Bennett as Frank. Alanis Morissette as Alanis (Uncredited). Just One of the Guys (1985). Ladybugs (1992). Cross-dressing in film and television.

Alice in Wonderland (1985 film)

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Scott Baio as Pat the Pig. Ernie F. Orsatti as Bill the Lizard. Sammy Davis, Jr. as The Caterpillar/Father William. Scotch Byerley as Fish Footman. Robert Axelrod as Frog Footman. Martha Raye as The Duchess. Imogene Coca as The Cook. Telly Savalas as The Cheshire Cat. Anthony Newley as The Mad Hatter. Roddy McDowall as The March Hare. Arte Johnson as The Dormouse. Lana Beeson as Alice (singing) (uncredited). Michael Chieffo as Two of Spades. Jeffrey Winner as Five of Spades. John Walter Davis as Seven of Spades. Jayne Meadows as The Queen of Hearts. Robert Morley as The King of Hearts. James Joseph Galante as Knave of Hearts. Selma Archerd as The Queen of Diamonds.

Broadcast syndication

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Throughout the mid-to-late 1980s into the early 1990s, sitcoms continued to enter first-run syndication after being canceled by the networks, the most successful of which were Mama's Family and Charles In Charge. Other sitcoms during this time to enter first-run syndication after network cancellation included Silver Spoons, Punky Brewster, Webster, It's a Living, Too Close for Comfort, 9 to 5, What's Happening!!, and WKRP in Cincinnati. Many of these sitcoms produced new shows in syndication mainly to have enough episodes for a profitable run in reruns.

New Brunswick, New Jersey

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The 1980s sitcom, Charles in Charge, was set in New Brunswick. The 2004 movie Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle revolves around Harold and Kumar's attempt to get to a White Castle restaurant and includes a stop in a fictionalized New Brunswick. Albany Street Bridge across the Raritan River to Highland Park. Bishop House, 115 College Avenue, a mansion of the Italianate style of architecture, was built for James Bishop. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. Old Queens, built in 1809, is the oldest building at Rutgers University. Buccleuch Mansion in Buccleuch Park. Historic Christ Church Episcopal Churchyard, New Brunswick. The Henry Guest House. William H.

Dennis the Menace in Mayday for Mother

Dennis the Menace: Mayday for Mother
Voices of: Nicole Eggert, Kathy Garver, James Hackett, Bob Holt, Elizabeth Kerr, Larry D. Mann, Joey Nagy, Herbert Rudley, Seth Wagerman, Nancy Wible. Music composed by Joe Raposo. Conducted by Eric Rogers. In charge Of production: Lee Gunther. Production managers: Kathy Condon, Steven Hahn. Film editor: Robert Gillis. Music editor: Joe Siracusa. Production company: DePatie-Freleng Ent., Inc. in association with Mirisch Films, Inc.

The Nanny

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Scott Baio made an appearance as a rookie doctor who was Fran's former schoolmate. Jon Stewart portrayed a Jewish love interest of Fran's until it was discovered at a family wedding that the two were cousins; on the June 29, 2011 airing of The Daily Show, Stewart stated he agreed to make an appearance after receiving a personal call from Fran Drescher. Marvin Hamlisch appeared as Fran's former high school music teacher, a Marvin Hamlisch look-alike. Fran Drescher also reprised her role of Bobbi Fleckman from the 1984 film This Is Spinal Tap and made a cameo appearance as herself in the third to last episode. Charles Shaughnessy had a double role as a foreign sultan in one episode.

A Wedding for Bella

The Bread, My Sweet
The film was directed by Martin, and starred Scott Baio as the businessman, Rosemary Prinz (as the dying elderly woman), Kristin Minter as Lucca, the estranged daughter, and Shuler Hensley. Then 70 years old, Prinz, a soap opera mainstay, made her feature film debut. This film has been presented at many film festivals across America. * The Bread, My Sweet at Who Knew Productions

Blown Away (1992 film)

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Blown Away is a 1993 erotic thriller film starring Corey Haim, Nicole Eggert and Corey Feldman. It is a direct-to-video movie. After her mother dies in a mysterious car accident, 17-year-old Megan (Nicole Eggert), daughter of a wealthy businessman, lives a reckless lifestyle. A year later, she is almost killed by a horse who has lost control, though she is rescued by Rich (Corey Haim), a young college dropout who works at the ski resort owned by her father Cy (Jean LeClerc). Grateful, she invites him to her party, where she thanks him again by being intimate with him in her father's bed. The next morning, Cy comes home and almost catches them.

Mixed Blessings (film)

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Scott Baio as Charlie Winwood. Bess Armstrong as Pilar Graham Coleman. Bruce Greenwood as Andy Douglas. James Naughton as Brad Coleman. Alexandra Paul as Beth. Julie Condra as Barbara Elizabeth 'Barbie' Chandler. Barbara Tyson as Gayle. Michelle Beaudoin as Jane. Cassandra Rocan as Baby. Katelyn Rocan as Baby.

Jennifer Runyon

She also had a lead role as Gwendolyn Pierce in the sitcom Charles in Charge, from 1984 to 1987. In 1988, she portrayed Cindy Brady in the television film A Very Brady Christmas. Runyon was born in Chicago, Illinois, the daughter of radio announcer and disc jockey Jim Runyon, and actress Jane Roberts. She has one half-brother, Scott, from her father's first marriage. Runyon grew up in various cities in the United States, as her father's disc jockey career required the family to move frequently. The family eventually settled in Los Angeles when Runyon was fourteen years old.

The Double 0 Kid

The Double 0 Kid is a 1993 direct-to-video family adventure/comedy film starring Corey Haim, Nicole Eggert and Brigitte Nielsen. 17-year-old Lance Elliot is a summer intern at the Agency. His fantasies of espionage and intrigue turn real when he's ordered to rush a package to L.A. A madman millionaire computer virus designer and his icy henchwoman want that package. It's key to their plot to destroy the environment. Lance stays one step ahead of them, trying to avoid a visit to their "video-game-of-doom" room. * Double 0 Kid - Columbus Films Ltd. Corey Haim as Lance Elliot. Brigitte Nielsen as Rhonda. Wallace Shawn as Cashpot. Nicole Eggert as Melinda.

Very Mean Men

Very Mean Men is a 2000 American crime-comedy film directed by Tony Vitale and starring Matthew Modine, Ben Gazzara, Martin Landau, Scott Baio, Burt Young, and Paul Ben-Victor. The film entered the competition at the 2000 Seattle International Film Festival, in which it won the New American Cinema Award for best editing. Matthew Modine as Bartender. Ben Gazzara as Gino Minetti. Martin Landau as Mr. White. Scott Baio as Paulie Minetti. Burt Young as Dominic Piazza. Paul Ben-Victor as Jimmy D. Billy Drago as Dante. Charles Durning as Paddy Mulroney. Louise Fletcher as Katherine Mulroney. Jack McGee as Jocko Mulroney. Patrick Renna as Donny Mulroney. Idalis DeLeón as Argentine.

Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2

Baby Geniuses 2
The sequel to the 1999 film Baby Geniuses, the film stars Jon Voight, Scott Baio, and Vanessa Angel. Following the events of the first film, four babies can communicate with each other using baby talk and have knowledge of many secrets. The baby geniuses become involved in a scheme by media mogul Bill Biscane, later revealed to be known as Kane, who kidnaps children everywhere. Helping the geniuses is a legendary super-baby named Kahuna who stops Biscane's plots and saves children from being kidnapped by Biscane and his minions.

Splash (U.S. TV series)

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Reportedly Nicole Eggert was injured in the third week of April during a taping of the show. In the days following, she denied sustaining any serious injury. During rehearsal for episode six of the show, Drake Bell attempted a dive he had not previously practiced and got a concussion as well as two black eyes. Nicole Eggert fell on her back during her final dive on May 7. She was okay, but ended up losing to Rory Bushfield. Indicates the celebrity eliminated that week. Indicates the celebrity in the Dive-off that week but not eliminated. Indicates the winning celebrity. Indicates the runner-up celebrity. Indicates the third place celebrity. The diver withdrew from the competition.

Confessions of a Teen Idol

The series was hosted and produced by former teen idols Scott Baio and Jason Hervey. The show was filmed in the same house used to film The Real World: Hollywood. The series chronicles the current careers of seven former teen idols and their attempts to get back into the limelight. Dr. Cooper Lawrence – Fame Expert/Therapist on the show and Author of The Cult of Celebrity Christopher Atkins (47) – most notable for his roles in The Blue Lagoon, The Pirate Movie and A Night in Heaven & Dallas. David Chokachi (41) – most notable for his role in the TV series Baywatch. Billy Hufsey (50) – most notable for his role in the TV series Fame.

Veronica's Closet

Veronica’s Closet
Scott Baio as Kevin (2 episodes). Eric McCormack as Griffin. Ted Danson as Nick Vanover. Michael Jeter as Edwin Murloff. Conan O'Brien as Himself. Portia de Rossi as Carolyn. Leeza Gibbons Herself. Ingo Rademacher as Reg. Zooey Deschanel as Elena. Tia Carrere as Kim. Tom Arnold as Chris. John Ritter as Tim. RuPaul as Brett.