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- September 14, 1998
- Vol. 50
- No. 9
A Touch of Class
TV Voyager Meeno Peluce Turns His Hand to Teaching
And gratifying, too, since most kids respond not to his TV image ("They're too young to remember," Peluce says), but to his real-life classroom skills. Since 1992, Peluce has taught everything from biology to Spanish in Los Angeles's public schools; he now teaches history at Hollywood High. "He treats kids like adults," says Aaron Bolden, 18, a former student. "He's cool."
The son of an L.A. accountant and a homemaker turned caterer, Peluce, who also costarred in 1979-80's The Bad News Bears, says he opted to "put acting aside to get my education" when his shortlived Detective in the House series was canceled in 1985. As half-sister Soleil Moon Frye (Funky Brewster) was tracing his TV footsteps, Peluce earned a degree in literature from the University of California at Santa Cruz. Teaching seemed a logical step. "I'm performing, and that comes easily," he says. "But I'm also trying to inspire kids. It's neat."
Splitting a house in L.A.'s Echo Park with a pal, the avid photographer likes to go mountain climbing. And oh, yes, he's also writing a screenplay. "When he was young, we'd ask him, 'What do you want to do?' " recalls his mom. Meeno's answer: "I want to do it all."
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