Nicole Eggert as Sno Blo Band. Leisha Hailey as Sno Blo band. Chris Garnant as Sno Blo Band. Bob Stephenson as Record Executive. Tracy Grant as Record Executive. Tony Friedkin as Still Photographer. Harper Roisman as Priest. Emily Sperling as Little Heather. Cheyene O'Brian as Little Cindy.
In 2004, Nicole Eggert and Rachel Hunter competed. In 2005, Erika Eleniak and Angie Everhart competed. In 2004, actress and television personality Mindy Burbano Stearns filled the role of "the Millionaire's Wife" along with her husband, Glenn Stearns, as "the Millionaire". Skipper Bob was forced to leave the game due to medical reasons. During the team portion, there were no votes cast. Instead of voting, the Final 3 castaways participated in a final rescue challenge, where the challenge winner would win the game. Ginger Angie was forced to leave the game because of medical reasons. Therefore, there did not need to be a head-to-head for the Gingers.
Nicole Eggert as Christine "Chrissie" Hooker (T. J.'s daughter) (5 episodes, 1982–1983). Lee Bryant as Fran Hooker (4 episodes, 1982–1983). Robert Miano as Alex Lucas (4 episodes, 1982–1985). Shawn Weatherly as Claudia Cole (4 episodes, 1983). Robert Davi as Joseph Picartus (2 episodes, 1982–1984). Mickey Jones as Dave Bowman (2 episodes, 1982–1984). Jim Brown as Detective Jim Cody (2 episodes, 1983–1984). George Cheung as Dr. Coe (2 episodes, 1983–1984). Peter Brown as Lt. Drummer (2 episodes, 1983). James Hong as Dr. Hong (2 episodes, 1983). Alex Rocco as Capt. C. Danza (2 episodes, 1984–1986). Scott Marlowe as Marty Lathon (1 episode, "The Ransom", 1985).
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Scott Baio as Officer Kelvin, a police officer who arrests Sam and Cat for "stealing money" from an ATM at the Handy Quick when Yokvish catches on to Cat's activity. Elizabeth Gillies as Jade West, Cat's friend from Hollywood Arts. She is mean, aggressive, violent, and often offends Cat. She befriends Sam when they discover that they have a lot in common. Nathan Kress as Freddie Benson, Sam's friend from Seattle and ex-boyfriend. He likes technological stuff, and served as technical producer of the iCarly web show on iCarly. Cat brings him to her house in order to flirt with him at the time when Sam was hanging out with Jade. Matt Bennett as Robbie Shapiro, Cat's friend and love interest.
Valerie Harper, Scott Baio and Ally Walker also appeared. Muldaur worked previously with Raymond Burr as a special guest star on both the detective series Ironside in 1971 and his short-lived 1977 series Kingston: Confidential. Other television films include: the Black Beauty mini-series (1977), Pine Canyon is Burning (1977), Maneaters Are Loose! (1978), The Word (1978), and Joseph Wambaugh's two-hour film Police Story: A Cry for Justice (1978) with Dennis Weaver and Larry Hagman.
. * http://www.rojakfilms.com/deadlenny.html/ Nicole Eggert as Sally Long. Steven Bauer as Lenny Long. John Heard as Dr. Robert Hooker. Steve Baker as Shady. Joe Piscopo as Louis Long. Whitney Able as Eve. Armand Assante as Tony Thick.
Nicole Eggert : DeeDee. Amy Hathaway : Rita Crowe. Kumiko Hayakawa : Fumiko Hada. Michelle Wong : Setsuko Hada. Sam Chew Jr. : McLane. Danny Trejo : Prisoner Inmate.
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Charles in Charge (CBS; 1984–1985; Syndicated; 1987–1990). No Soap, Radio (ABC; 1982). Cheaters (Biltmore Theatre) 1978. Getting Along Famously (Hudson Guild Theatre) 1984. Impressionism (Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre) 2009.
Nicole Eggert as Elyse Jeffries. Paul Brinegar as Pops. Barry Pearl as Eddie. Barbara Townsend as Celia Evans. Channing Chase as Susan Weiss. Glen Vernon as Henry Evans. Richard Partlow as FBI Agent #2. Biff Yeager as FBI Agent #1.
I Love N.Y.I Love N.Y.'' (1987 film)
Scott Baio as Mario Cotone. Kelly Van der Velden as Nicole Yeats. Christopher Plummer as John Robertson Yeats. Jennifer O'Neill as Irene. Virna Lisi as Anna Cotone, Mario's mother. Jerry Orbach as Leo. John Armstead as Charlie. Lisanne Falk as Linda. Jusak Bernhard as Kem. Morgan Most as Veronica (credited as Morgan Hart). Cyrus Elias as Kurt Thompson. Mickey Knox as Charles Mitchell. Penny Brown as Katherine Mitchell. John Karlsen as The Butler. Larry Dolgin as The Mayor.
Amanda & the Alien
Nicole Eggert. Richard Speight Jr.
They also executive produced the VH1 reality shows Scott Baio Is 45...and Single, Scott Baio Is 46...and Pregnant, I Want To Be a Hilton, and Confessions of a Teen Idol, along with the CMT show Billy Ray Cyrus...Home At Last. Bischoff-Hervey Productions also produced a wrestling reality show called Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling in which ten celebrities were trained to wrestle and one celebrity is voted off weekly. Bischoff also appeared as one of the "judges" on the show. In November 2009, Bischoff helped produce Hulk Hogan's Hulkamania tour to Australia.
Scott Baio as Roger Ellis. Faye Grant as Denise. Randy Brooks as David. Peter Coffield as Jerry. Mickey Rooney as Himself. Jane Hoffman as Mrs. Pritchardson. Jeffrey Marcus as Jon Lipton (as Jeff Marcus). Liz Callaway as Judy Matheson. James Carroll as Fred. Ralph Davis as Vic. Ron Fassler as Bob. Julia Montgomery as Marlene. Bernard Barrow as Nathan Aldrich. Robert Hitt as Stanley Simpson. Vincent Spano as Dick. Robert Townsend as Randy. Jason Alexander as Pete.
Dumb LuckDumb Luck'' (film)
The film stars Scott Baio, Tracy Nelson, Hal Linden and Eileen Brennan. Scott Baio as Steve Hitchcock. Tracy Nelson as Kelly Jordan. Richard Moll as Special Agent Osborne. Hal Linden as Blaine Mitchell. Bobby Edner as Kevin Hitchcock. Joey Miyashima as Agent Kurumada. Todd Bridges as Lincoln. Eileen Brennan as Minnie Hitchcock.
Widdoes starred as the patriarch of the Pembroke family, Stan, in the 1984-1985 seasons of Charles In Charge. Beginning in 1998, he produced and/or directed many episodes for various television series. Some of these included Just the Ten of Us, Empty Nest, Anything But Love, Harry and the Hendersons, Boston Common, Brother's Keeper, Reba, 8 Simple Rules (For Dating My Teenage Daughter), The King of Queens, 'Til Death, Mom and The Bill Engvall Show. He directed several episodes of Two and a Half Men during the show's first six seasons, and began directing the series regularly beginning with season seven. He directed all but two episodes of the series' later six seasons.
The Truth About Alex is a 1986 Canadian-American short television film based on the book Counterplay by Ann Snyder and starring Scott Baio as Brad and Peter Spence as Alex. The Truth About Alex tells the story of Alex Prager, a high school student who is inadvertently outed as gay and the difficulty his best friend Brad has in coming to terms with it. The film is a Canadian-American co-production, airing on Canadian television in 1986 and in the United States on HBO as a presentation of HBO Family Playhouse on February 9, 1987.
Nicole Eggert as First girl. Jennifer Gaffin as Mary Jo. Melissa Strawmeyer as Teenager.
Scott Baio as Anthony DeLuca (actor later moved to Happy Days as Chachi Arcola). George Pentecost as Horace "Stubbs" Wilmington. Taaffe O'Connell as Hillary S. Prentiss. Rhonda Bates as Arkansas. Bond Gideon as Lovely Carson. Gerri Reddick as Jackie Outlaw. Shirley Kirkes as Gladys "Cochise" Littlefeather. Antoinette Yuskis as Sylvia Silver. Jill Owens as Misty Karamazov. Elaine Bolton as Bridget Muldoon. Pat Morita as Arnold (actor and character returned to Happy Days where character originated). Garry Marshall as "Mr. Smith".
Frequent FlyerFrequent Flyer'' (film)
Frequent Flyer is a 1996 made-for-TV movie starring Jack Wagner, Shelley Hack, Nicole Eggert, and Joan Severance about a commercial airline pilot and his attempt to be married to three different women at the same time. The movie is based on the true story of commercial airline pilot (and later promoted to captain) John Charles Lutter (aka Jack Lutter, 1943 - ?), who married six different women and fathered at least fifteen children. Wagner plays Nick Rawlings, a pilot for a major commercial airline who is based in Dallas, Texas with his wife Jo Beth, an antiques store owner, and their son Eric.
SiberiaSiberia'' (1998 film)
Baywatch star Nicole Eggert has a cameo role in the film. The film was premiered on August 27, 1998 and attracted an attendance of around 54,000. Goof, Hugo and his two friends have a special hobby, they bed foreign female backpackers in Amsterdam, and then run off with their backpacks. One of the friends find it more fun to photograph their victims as a souvenir. When Goof falls in love with a foreign girl their hobby is in danger. Roeland Fernhout ... Goof. Hugo Metsers ... Hugo. Vlatka Simac ... Lara. Nicole Eggert ... Kristy. Johnny Lion ... Freddy. Alessia Sorvillo ... Angela. Francesca Rizzo ... Kika. Nefeli Anthopoulou ... Marina. Syan Blake ... Maggie.
Rose Petal Place: Real Friends
According to the toys' boxes and the movie, Rose Petal Place began a long time ago when a young girl (played by Nicole Eggert) was moving away from her lovely home and garden. She cried for her beloved garden because no one would be there to take care of her flowers. She didn't want them to perish, so she made a secret wish that the flowers would live forever. Out of this magical wish, combined with her tears of love, brought Rose Petal and all of her friends (Lily Fair, Daffodil, Orchid, Sunny Sunflower, and Iris) to life.
BaywatchLeigh DyerMatt Brody
Roberta "Summer" Quinn (Nicole Eggert); (seasons 3–4); Summer and her mother, Jackie, moved to California to escape Jackie's abusive ex-boyfriend. They traveled across the country in their trailer and set up home in a local trailer park. Summer was a star athlete in her hometown winning many awards for swimming. Her mother's ex-boyfriend tracked them down and confronted Summer. When he began to get physical with her, Matt Brody stepped in and stopped him. This was the start of a long friendship between the two. Later, with the help of C.J. Parker, Summer overcame bulimia. Summer then left to pursue her education at a university.
Who's Watching the Kids
Scott Baio as Frankie Vitola. Lynda Goodfriend as Angie Vitola. James Belushi as Bert Gunkel. Tammy Lauren as Melissa Turner. Larry Breeding as Larry Parnell.
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Scott Baio, actor and television producer. Patricia Smith, mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith. Mark Geist, Benghazi veteran. John Tiegen, Benghazi veteran. Kent Terry and Kelly Terry-Willis, brother and sister of a killed Border Patrol agent. Antonio Sabàto Jr., actor and model. Mary Ann Mendoza, Sabine Durden, and Jamiel Shaw – parents of sons killed by illegal immigrants. U.S. Representative Michael McCaul, Republican of Texas, chairman of House Homeland Security Committee. David A. Clarke Jr., sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin and critic of Black Lives Matter movement. U.S. Representative Sean Duffy, Republican of Wisconsin, former star of MTV's The Real World.
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ABC Afterschool Special is an American television anthology series that aired on ABC from October 14, 1972, to July 1, 1997, usually in the late afternoon on weekdays. Most episodes were dramatically presented situations, often controversial, of interest to children and teenagers. Several episodes were either in animated form or presented as documentaries. Topics included illiteracy, substance abuse and teenage pregnancy. The series won 51 Daytime Emmy Awards during its 25-year run.