by Zac Thriffiley May. 1, 2019 Back in the mid-2000’s, VH1 aired a reality show called The Surreal Life, in which washed up celebrities and former child stars lived together in a Hollywood mansion in the style of The Real World. Viewers could tune in week after week to watch once-beloved icons like Corey Feldman, Christopher Knight, and Gabrielle Carteris participate in
wmtw.com ARMOUTH, Maine — Meet Barry Williams, the Star of MeTV’s THE BRADY BUNCH at the 54th annual Yarmouth Clam Festival. Barry Williams played the oldest son, Greg Brady. You will see him at the parade on Friday, July 19th. Then on Saturday, July 20th, Barry Williams will be at the Clam Shucking Contest and later
By NEAL J. LEITEREG APR 24, 2019 – latimes.com Danny Bonaduce, of “The Partridge Family” fame, has made quick work of selling his Hollywood condominium of more than a decade. The actor’s three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom unit hit the market in February and sold in about two months for $925,000, records show. It had been listed for $1.05 million.
Posted on March 26, 2019 by ABC News (LOS ANGELES) — Tonight’s episode of ABC’s 1970s-set comedy The Kids Are Alright will feature a guest appearance from former child star Danny Bonaduce, co-star Michael Cudlitz tells ABC. In the episode, titled “Low Expectations,” Jack Gore’s character, Timmy — one of eight boys in an Irish Catholic family in suburban
Slashfilm.com Posted on Tuesday, September 18th, 2018 by Chris Evangelista Many years ago, human beings inserted black rectangles into giant whirring boxes, all for the sake of entertainment. Those were the days of VHS, a format that’s essentially extinct now thanks to the advent of DVD and Blu-ray. While the quality of those later mediums is
STEVE TREVELISE June 19, 2018 David Cassidy once recorded an album called “The Bigger They Are”. A and E’s “David Cassidy; The Last Session,could actually be “The Harder They Fall.” What they did was video the 67 year-old Cassidy who had announced that he was suffering from dementia, as he recorded a tribute album to his father,
STEVE HELLING June 07, 2018 01:46 PM – People Magazine Whenever David Cassidy would speak to family and friends about his struggle for sobriety, he would talk about how his 2014 trip to rehab had changed his life. Publicly, he would opt for non-alcoholic drinks. But the Partridge Family star was hiding a secret. Just two months before he died of
the sweet science.com There are some sports – not boxing, obviously – that conjure images of wealth and privilege, perhaps because to become really good at them there has to be a lengthy and costly investment of time and money, those expenses often covered by well-to-do parents. Among the so-called “country club sports” are golf,