So hot back in the day--this song is dreck, but his body is unbelievable for the era (this was pre-gym culture).\
He was unfortunately born in the worst possible era to be a musical theater dancer, but what a stud. Those legs!
r10 - how old are you? Guys in the 70s don''t hold a candle to anyone after that era.
I mean no one holds a candle to the guys in the 70s.
Wait, that is what I mean, right?
I agree that guys in the 1970s were the hottest.
I don''t remember the show but he was on some TV program back when he was hot playing a young cop. Of course, as every young policeman is forced to do, he had to go undercover as a male stripper to track down a killer. I believe they even showed his routine.
r17, that was TJ HOOKER with William Shatner and Heather Locklear.\
When Shatner guest-hosted SNL, they did a TJ HOOKER parody, and Dana Carvey played the Adrian Zmed part with a gigantic feathered wig that was about two feet tall.
They must''ve filmed that number in a Famous Amos factory.
This is one of the names for that thread wondering how they make a living now.%0D\
Real Estate salesperson? Cheesecake Factory waiter? 2nd Asst. Camera Man on CSI?
I wish more guys would wear their hair like his in the clip. I love that look.
I think a few years ago he played a talking head on ''Passions'' .........really ..... NOT a psychiatrist ..... literally just a talking head with no body.%0D\
And his body was his best feature !
He always came off as a fucking dork.
He and everyone else had such a hard time working with Maxwell Caulfield during "Grease 2"--Caulfield was convinced he was going to be a gigantic star and was a horrible prima donna to everyone on the set. Well, the movie was a famous flop, and Caulfield was completely chastened, and ever since has been (so I''ve heard) very humble and a complete gentleman to work with.
Didn''t he also host some dance competition show for awhile? "Dance Fever" I believe.
Yes, he was host on Dance Fever after Danny Tario (sp?)
Cute, but always seemed like the bargain basement Tony Danza. I saw him in a terrible off-Broadway show a few years ago. Didn''t look too good and he was miscast. %0D\
As far as how he makes a living, he was on that VH1 ''Aging Teen Idols Come Crawling Back'' show last year and he had to leave for at least one of the episodes to honor a previous commitment on a cruise ship.
Quit talking about my dad, gaywads! He''s not that way.
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