Joey Travolta

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Joseph "Joey" Travolta (born October 14, 1950) is an American actor, producer, director, and screenwriter.wikipedia
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John Travolta

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He is the older brother of actor John Travolta.
His siblings, Joey, Ellen, Ann, Margaret, and Sam Travolta, inspired by their mother's love of theatre and drama, have all acted.

Joey Travolta (album)

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Travolta began a singing career in 1978 as a recording artist on Casablanca Records, releasing his eponymous album.
Joey Travolta is the 1978 self-titled debut album of Joey Travolta.

Dwight Morrow High School

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Travolta, one of six children, was born and raised in Englewood, New Jersey, an inner-ring suburb of New York City, where he attended Dwight Morrow High School.
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Navajo Blues

He directed the action thrillers Hard Vice (1994) and Navajo Blues (1996).
Navajo Blues is a 1996 American crime-action film produced and directed by Joey Travolta and starring Steven Bauer, Irene Bedard and Charlotte Lewis.

Oscar (1991 film)

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Additional acting credits include work with director John Landis on multiple feature film projects: Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), Oscar (1991), and Susan's Plan.
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To the Limit (1995 film)

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He later produced and starred in the sequel, To the Limit (1995).
To the Limit is a 1995 action thriller film directed by Raymond Martino and starring Michael Nouri as China Smith and Joey Travolta as Frank Davinci.

Laws of Deception

Subsequent titles include Earth Minus Zero (1996), Laws of Deception (1997), Detour (1999), Mel (1996), Partners (2000), Enemies of Laughter (2000), and Waiting to Live (2002).
Written by Rollin Jarrett and directed by Joey Travolta, it stars C. Thomas Howell, James Russo, Amber Smith, Nick Mancuso and Brian Austin Green.

Movie Stars (TV series)

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He was also a series regular on the WB television hit Movie Stars (1999).
Joey Travolta as Himself

Margaret Travolta

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Travolta, one of six children (John, Joey, Ellen, Ann, Sam, and herself), was born in Englewood, New Jersey, the daughter of Salvatore Travolta, a semi-professional football player turned tire salesman and partner in a tire company, and Helen Cecilia (née Burke), an actress and singer who had appeared in The Sunshine Sisters, a radio vocal group, and acted and directed before becoming a high school drama and English teacher.

Ellen Travolta

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Travolta has five younger siblings: Joey, Margaret, Sam, and John Travolta.

Dick Shawn

Joey Travolta is married to Wendy Shawn (daughter of comedian Dick Shawn) and they have one daughter, Rachel.
Shawn was married to Rita Bachner in 1946, and they had four children: Amy, Wendy (married to John Travolta's older brother Joey Travolta), Adam, and Jennifer.

L.A. Heat (TV series)

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For television audiences he directed the police drama L.A. Heat (1999), Friday Night After the Movies (2010), and the syndicated Disney series Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show (2007).

Englewood, New Jersey

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Travolta, one of six children, was born and raised in Englewood, New Jersey, an inner-ring suburb of New York City, where he attended Dwight Morrow High School.

American football

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His father, Salvatore Travolta, was a semi-professional football player turned tire salesman and partner in a tire company.

Shepherd University

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He attended Shepherd University in West Virginia and graduated from Paterson State College, now William Paterson University, with a degree in special education.

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He attended Shepherd University in West Virginia and graduated from Paterson State College, now William Paterson University, with a degree in special education.

William Paterson University

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He attended Shepherd University in West Virginia and graduated from Paterson State College, now William Paterson University, with a degree in special education.

Casablanca Records

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Travolta began a singing career in 1978 as a recording artist on Casablanca Records, releasing his eponymous album.

Filmways

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The following year he made his acting debut starring in the feature film Sunnyside for Filmways Productions.

Simon & Simon

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He then became a guest star in the 1980s television show Simon & Simon (episode: "The Hottest Ticket in Town").

John Landis

Additional acting credits include work with director John Landis on multiple feature film projects: Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), Oscar (1991), and Susan's Plan.

Beverly Hills Cop III

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Additional acting credits include work with director John Landis on multiple feature film projects: Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), Oscar (1991), and Susan's Plan.

Susan's Plan

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Additional acting credits include work with director John Landis on multiple feature film projects: Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), Oscar (1991), and Susan's Plan.

The WB

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He was also a series regular on the WB television hit Movie Stars (1999).

Bye Bye Birdie

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Stage performances include starring roles in Bye Bye Birdie, Guys and Dolls, and West Side Story.