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The Happy Days Will Never End With Erin Moran

Diegodiego with Erin Moran.

When I heard the devastating news last evening about actress Erin Moran passing, It felt as if the world had lost it’s smile, it’s charm and endless energy. I had the Joy to meet Erin and walk several red carpet events thanks to David Mirisch of David Mirisch Enterprises (DME)  the country’s preeminent producer of celebrity fundraising events.

We were celebrities booked to attend non-profit events. I recall singing to her in spanish. Lunes, Martes, Muy Feliz, She cracked up every time, and every time it was happy days.  I was blown away that as I was starting my journey in Hollywood and was making contacts, that I would meet this very talented woman and her husband Steven Fleischmann. I can tell you, they were the nicest and sweetest of people, very down to earth and very supporting.

I’m sad I may never get to enjoy time with her, laughing and smiling and celebrating life with the public, but I will always treasure having met one of Hollywood’s biggest legends of all time, God needed an angel who would make his days Happy Days, and he took the most charming of them all,  Erin Moran.

Diegodiego with Barry Williams

Diegodiego with actor Barry Williams.

Diegodiego with actor Barry Williams.

Diegodiego with actor Barry Williams.

Barry William Blenkhorn (born September 30, 1954) youngest of 3 boys, was born in 1954 in Santa Monica, California, to Doris May Moore and Canadian-born Frank Millar Blenkhorn of English, Scottish, and German ancestry[5] Barry and siblings Craig and Scott Blenkhorn[4] grew up in Pacific Palisades, California, where actor Peter Graves was a neighbor.[6] Williams decided as a child that he wanted to be an actor, and in 1967 he made his television debut in an episode of Dragnet.

Professionally as Barry Williams Williams continued to be cast in guest roles on other TV series including Adam-12, The Invaders,That Girl, Mission: Impossible, The Mod Squad, Here Come the Brides and Bartleby, the Scrivener before being cast in 1969 as Greg Brady on The Brady Bunch.

Williams, youngest of 3 boys, was born in 1954 in Santa Monica, California,[4] to Doris May Moore and Canadian-born Frank Millar Blenkhorn of English, Scottish, and German ancestry[5] Barry and siblings Craig and Scott Blenkhorn[4] grew up in Pacific Palisades, California, where actor Peter Graves was a neighbor.[6] Williams decided as a child that he wanted to be an actor, and in 1967 he made his television debut in an episode of Dragnet.

Williams’ most famous role was as oldest son Greg Brady on the 1970s sitcom The Brady Bunch.

Williams continued to be cast in guest roles on other TV series including Adam-12, The Invaders,That Girl, Mission: Impossible, The Mod Squad, Here Come the Brides and Bartleby, the Scrivener[7]before being cast in 1969 as Greg Brady on The Brady Bunch.

Following the cancellation of The Brady Bunch in 1974, Williams continued to appear in guest roles on television, and became involved in musical theater, touring with productions such as Grease, The Sound of Music, and West Side Story.

In 1988, Williams appeared on Broadway in the musical Romance/Romance with Tony Award-nominee Alison Fraser. Williams took over the lead male role of “Alfred/Sam” when Scott Bakula left the production. Years later, Williams was able to capitalize on being typecast as Greg Brady. Amid a procession of appearances in TV and movies that played up his famous teen role, he ended up landing a role that was a departure from the Brady image. He was tapped to play English con man Hannibal in 1984, who conspired with Holly Sutton Scorpio (Emma Samms) on the top-rated General Hospital.

Williams has appeared in various Brady Bunch TV movie reunions, including the 1988 Christmas movie, A Very Brady Christmas.

In 1989, Williams was honored by the Young Artist Foundation with its Former Child Star “Lifetime Achievement” Award for his role as Greg Brady.[8]

His 1992 autobiography, Growing Up Brady: I Was a Teenage Greg, co-written with Chris Kreski, was a New York Times bestseller and was adapted into a 2000 TV movie titledGrowing Up Brady starring Adam Brody as Williams.

In 2000, Williams sang a parody of the Eminem hit single, “The Real Slim Shady“, called “The Real Greg Brady” co-written by comedy writer and radio producer, David Brody, and Jay Gilbert of Froggy Radio in Cincinnati, Ohio and he sang the same song at Kings Island in Cincinnati in 2008. In 2001–2002, he played Manager Dean “The Machine” Strickland in 13 episodes of the sitcom, Hollywood 7, which featured the British pop group S Club 7.

In 2002, Williams participated on the FOX television show Celebrity Boxing, in a boxing match between him and former Partridge Familystar, Danny Bonaduce. He lost to Bonaduce who holds a black belt in martial arts.[which?]

Williams played himself in the 2003 film Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star.

In December 2007, he launched a fan portal named “The Greg Brady Project”. The site features ongoing conversations with Barry, fans and other celebrities.

In 2008, Williams appeared in Episode 6 of the VH1 series, Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew. Williams participated as a friend of one of the patients, Chyna, and explained to her during a group session how her drinking had a negative impact on his own life and career.[9]

In January 2010, he took a role in The Asylum mockbuster, Mega Piranha,[10] who played alongside the former teen pop singer Tiffany.[11]

Williams has also created a cabaret act that pays tribute to his past and hosts the satellite radio trivia show, The Real Greg Brady’s Totally ’70s Pop Quiz starring Barry Williams, broadcast Saturdays on Sirius Satellite Radio’s “70s on 7” channel.[12]

In late 2011, Williams started appearing in a show at the Yakov Smirnoff theater in Branson, Missouri, where he resides. He then moved to the Americana Theatre in Branson, where he performs his 70s Music Celebration! musical variety show, which showcases his singing and guitar playing ability along with clips, videos, and stories from his time onThe Brady Bunch.

Diegodiego with John Schneider

Diegodiego with actor John Schneider

Diegodiego with actor John Schneider

Diegodiego with actor John Schneider (Photo taken at the El Cajon, Ca. Mother Goose Parade.)

John Richard Schneider (born April 8, 1960) is an American actor and country music singer.[1] He is best known for his portrayal of Bo Duke in the 1970s–1980s American television series The Dukes of Hazzard,[1] Jonathan Kent in the 2001–11 TV series Smallville(an adaptation of Superman).[1] and of James “Jim” Cryer on the television series The Haves and the Have Nots, created by Tyler Perry.

Alongside his acting career, Schneider has been a singer since the early 1980s, releasing nine studio albums and a greatest hits package, as well as eighteen singles. This total includes “I’ve Been Around Enough to Know“, “Country Girls“, “What’s a Memory Like You“, and “You’re the Last Thing I Needed Tonight“, all of which reached the top of the Billboard country singles charts.

Source Wikipedia.

John Schneider official site is www.johnschneideronline.com/

Diegodiego with Azucena de la Fuente

Actress Azucena de la Fuente with Diegodiego

Diegodiego with Actress Azucena de la Fuente

Diegodiego with actress Azucena de la Fuente.

Spanish Actress , Director and Writer, Azucena De La Fuente was born as Azucena de la Fuente Cantalejo. She is an actress and director, known for A Woman’s Daydream (2003), Lo mejor de cada casa (una semana en el parque) (2000) and Goya in Bordeaux (1999).

Diegodiego with actress Azucena de la Fuente

Diegodiego with actress Azucena de la Fuente

Diegodiego with Azucena de la Fuente 2

Azucena’s Official site is www.azucenadelafuente.net

Diegodiego with Alejandro Edda

Diegodiego with actor Alejandro Edda

Diegodiego with actor Alejandro Edda

Diegodiego with actor Alejandro Edda.

Best known for his charismatic and positive personality, Alejandro Edda was born in Puebla, Mexico on May 17, 1984. Growing up as an only child, Alejandro always had the curiosity of creating non-existing worlds and characters. After graduating from high school, he went on to attend I.R.M, one of the finest Russian Conservatory’s School for Drama and Cinema in Mexico City. He studied under the Stanislavsky Method and prior to his graduation, he was offered a role in a musical play by an established writer/director from San Francisco, California. After completing his studies, Alejandro moved to Los Angeles where he commenced more training at the Meisner Acting Studio. Working as a valet parking boy and delivering wines, he managed to pay his tuition and in July 2007, he graduated as one of the top five actors in his class. Living in Los Angeles, Mexico and Colombia, Alejandro has become a budding star. His most recent accomplishment has been his recurring role for season 1 and 2 in the popular TV show, “The Bridge” on FX starring Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger. His current projects include the feature film “Sundown” 2015, starring Camilla Belle, Devon Werkheiser and Jordi Molla. And the movie “Surfing Your Dreams” 2016 directed by Fernando Lebrija.

Diegodiego with Tyler Neitzel

Diegodiego with actor Tyler Neitzel

Diegodiego with actor Tyler Neitzel

Diegodiego with actor Tyler Neitzel.

Tyler Neitzel (born September 19, 1991) is an American actor. He played the role of Young King Leonidas in the Warner Brothers blockbuster film 300. Starring Gerard Butler He appears in the 2 hour special (2010) of Brothers & Sisters (ABC) episode: ‘Time After Time’ as Young Aaron.

Recent feature films include Reconciliation, Freeway Killer and Signal Lost. Neitzel has appeared in numerous national television commercials, print ads, and has lent his voice to many radio and television commercials and voiceovers including the feature film, My Life in Ruins. He has appeared in such popular television shows as ER, Crossing Jordan and The Guardian. Some of his earlier works include roles in such feature films as The Big Brass Ring, playing William Hurt as a child, The Young Filmmaker’s Club, Wednesday’s Child, Black and Blue and Romantic Weirdos. He also made appearances on various television shows as Power Rangers, Prey, Crimestrike and The Disney Channel. He guest starred in Criminal Minds in 2012.

Neitzel was born in San Diego, California.

 

Diegodiego with Mario Lopez

Diegodiego with actor Mario Lopez

Diegodiego with actor Mario Lopez

Diegodiego with actor Mario Lopez.

Mario Lopez, Jr.  born October 10, 1973) is an American television host and actor. Lopez has appeared on several television series, in films, and on Broadway. He is best known for his portrayal of A.C. Slater on Saved by the Bell, whom he also portrayed as a regular on Saved by the Bell: The College Years. He has appeared in numerous projects since, including the third season of Dancing with the Stars and as host for the syndicated entertainment news magazine show Extra. He has also hosted America’s Best Dance Crew for MTV. In 2012, he co-hosted the second season of American version of The X Factor with Khloé Kardashian, and was the sole host for the third season.

Diegodiego with Andy Dick

Diegodiego with actor Andy Dick

Diegodiego with actor Andy Dick

Diegodiego with actor Andy Dick.

Andrew RoaneAndyDick (born December 21, 1965) is an American comedian, actor, musician, and television and film producer. Best known as a comic, he is also known for his eccentric and controversial behavior. His first regular television role was on the short-lived but influential Ben Stiller Show. In the mid-1990s, he had a long-running stint on NBC‘s NewsRadio and was a supporting character on Less than Perfect. He briefly had his own program, The Andy Dick Show on MTV. He is noted for his outlandish behavior from a number of Comedy Central Roasts. He landed in 7th place on the 16th season of Dancing with the Stars.

Diegodiego with Della Reese

Diegodiego with actress Della Reese

Diegodiego with actress Della Reese

Diegodiego with actress Della Reese

Della Reese (born Delloreese Patricia Early; July 6, 1931) is an American nightclub, jazz, gospel and pop singer, film and television actress, one-time talk-show hostess and ordained minister, whose career had spanned six decades. She had also appeared as a guest on several talk shows and as a panelist on numerous game shows.

Reese’s long career began as a singer, scoring a hit with her 1959 single “Don’t You Know?“. In the late 1960s, she had hosted her own talk show, Della, which ran for 197 episodes. She also starred in films beginning in 1975, and included playing oppositeRedd Foxx in Harlem Nights (1989), Martin Lawrence in A Thin Line Between Love and Hate (1996) and Elliott Gould in Expecting Mary (2010). She achieved continuing success in the television fantasy drama Touched by an Angel (1994–2003), in which Reese played the leading role of Tess. In more recent times, she became an ordained New Thought minister in the Understanding Principles for Better Living Church in Los Angeles, California.

 

Miguel Ángel Rodríguez with Diegodiego

Actor Miguel Angel Rodriguez with Diegodiego

Actor Miguel Angel Rodriguez with Diegodiego

Actor Miguel Ángel Rodríguez with Diegodiego

Miguel Ángel Rodríguez best known as El Judicial was born in Los Reyes, Michoacan, Mexico. He is an actor and director, known for El escuadrón de la muerte (1985), El cazador (1991) and Entre el poder y el deseo (1993).