[quote]And he definitely has serious BDF!
I was just going to post the same thing.
Jesus, some of you queens have no taste.
Interesting...if you type his name into google, 'Philip McKeon gay' is the first frequent search in their list and there are lots of fans questioning his sexuality on various sites. Maybe everyone was wrong about which McKeon kid was gay.
He'll be 48 in Nov. Is he single?
He's currently working as a personal assistant to the kid from "Small Wonder."
Halfway down the page is a photo of him in a speedo.
He did a regional production of THE FANTASTICKS in the late 80's. Played Matt, the boy.
For the love of God what happened to Vera?
He dyed his hair black and did The Facts of Life for a few years.
How come they hardly do mini bios on imdb anymore?
He was super hot when we was 18. Tall, cute, great eyes, smile and body and very hung. His sister punked him on some TV show where Philip went into a changing room to try on some new pants. They took all of his cloths and he had to come out of the booth in just his undies which were a pretty tight speedo. You could see almost everything. The boy was very well hung and it wasn't fake
I bet they were going to hire butch Nancy McKeon to play Alice's precocious daughter. Then her brother tagged along to an audition and they went with him instead. One of the top five worst TV actors ever.
In so many instances when you guys scream big dick face the men have had tiny meat.
I suspect what you think of as BDF is actually tiny dick face.
Tommy was barely necessary in the series. McKeon's Tommy was this kinda dull kid and and when I remember the show, I carely remember Tommy at all. Alfred Lutter as Tommy in the film, however, was a force of nature. He played Tommy in the pilot and then got too big.
I was 10 when the showed premiered and, yes, I developed a serious crush on Tommy. Definitely one of my first indicators that I was "different." Well, that and dressing in a flannel bathrobe and running down the hill next to our house pretending I was Laura Ingalls.
You can see his anus from space!
I always wanted Mel to have his way with me in the kitchen pantry, once the the girls left.He was horse hung,btw.
He has HUMONGOUS Dick Face.
[quote] Tommy was barely necessary in the series.
As the seasons went on, his role diminished to almost nothing. But when the show started out, it seems that the writers and producers envisioned it as a "mother-son" show about Alice and Tommy, with Mel's Diner secondary. In the opening credits for Season 1 (see link), McKeon gets second billing after Linda Lavin. I suspect that they quickly discovered that McKeon couldn't act, but they couldn't kill him off, so they just kept reducing his role.
He looks like Joel Osteen - can't he get those ridiculous teeth filed down to normal size?
His role diminished once the producers got a taste of my comedic talents. I mean, have you seen my bit with the STRAWS?
i have pics of him signed by him a poster of him as well
God, people, we do this subject every six months! He is horse hung for goodness sake. Cue the pic of Tommy reclining in his red Speedo.
Kiss my grits! Leave my little Tommy alone. If you're gonna pick on someone, pick on his mama, Alice. She's a cunt!
[quote]Here he is with little sis Nancy McKeon!
[see offsite photo on formerchildactors.com]
He's not bad looking for his age.
But, in this photo he's wearing a pager. I hope this was at least a decade ago.
He's definitely not gay. I know for a fact that he dated both Kristy McNichol and Geri Jewell. Pussy-hound of the highest order.
He co-owns and operates a flower shop in Santa Cruz with the guy who played Jim Bob on The Waltons. He gave up acting completely in the '80s.
I loved him on "The Love Boat." That was my favorite episode.
r43 - are they more than business partners? I've heard rumors about Jim Bob (David W. Harper) being gay and Phillip McKeon was described by someone as "gay as a goose".
Jawbreaker McKeon. Yep.
No wife mentioned in IMDB or Wiki. Never married?
What about the original Philip from 'Maude', or the WASPy replacement for that matter. What about Moosey something or other who played Howard Borden's son on 'The Bob Newhart Show'?
Jim Bob from the Walton's owned an art gallery in Calf. No wife....so gay.
Both Phillips turned out GORGEOUS. So did Moosie Drier.
The new issue of EW has reunions of famous casts, including "The Waltons."
I had a huge crush on Jim Bob from The Waltons when I was a kid in the '70s. He's gained a lot of weight over the years, but would still be hot if he would lose a few pounds. I wonder how John and Olivia would have reacted to Jim Bob coming out. LOL. I'm sure there would have been a family group hug at the end of the episode.