12:53 PM EDT 11/01/2015
Originally posted 10/31/2015 12:20AM
Actor Al Molinaro, who starred in the '70s sitcom Happy Days has died at the age of 96, according to multiple reports.
Originally posted 04/20/2015 10:25AM
They were on one of the biggest TV hits of the '70s.
Originally posted 03/24/2015 08:50PM
Cue the Roy Orbison theme song – Pretty Woman is making its way to Broadway.
Originally posted 11/02/2013 10:30AM
Happy Days took place in a whole different era. And to Marion Ross, who played Mrs. Cunningham on the nostalgic sitcom, Hollywood today is unrecognizable.
Asked in a recent interview what she thought of Miley Cyrus's twerking routine, Ross, 85, recalled what her mother told her when she was starting out as an actress.
"[She] would say, 'It's what you are on the inside, not what you are on the outside.' Now, when I go to Hollywood, I think, well, obviously she had it all wrong. It's what you are on the outside!" Ross tells Parade.
Originally posted 10/19/2010 04:20PM
The death of Happy Days star Tom Bosley left many saddened – and director Ron Howard without his onscreen dad.
"Tom's insight, talent, strength of character and comic timing made him a vital central figure in the Happy Days experience," says Howard, who played Richie Cunningham on the sitcom.
"A great father and husband, and a wonderful artist, Tom led by example, and made us all laugh while he was doing it," Howard adds. "My last conversations with Tom reflected the love of life and peace of mind that he always maintained throughout his full and rewarding life."
Originally posted 10/19/2010 01:30PM
Tom Bosley, the folksy father of Richie Cunningham on the '70s sitcom about the '50s, ABC's Happy Days, died Tuesday in his Palm Springs, Calif., home. On Oct. 1, he had turned 83.
The actor died after a brief battle with lung cancer.
Before finding fame on the small screen, Bosley won a Tony for starring as the beloved New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia in the Pulitzer-Prize-winning 1959 musical Fiorello!. He also made a memorable mark in the 1964 Peter Sellers cult comedy The World of Henry Orient, as the too-understanding husband of Angela Lansbury's character.
After Happy Days, he would frequently costar with Lansbury on her CBS series, Murder She Wrote.
Originally posted 10/19/2010 07:15PM
Scott Baio grew up on the set of Happy Days, and now he is sharing his memories of Tom Bosley, the ultimate TV dad, who died Tuesday at age 83.
"He was always a father to us, both on screen, of course, and backstage. He was always giving us advice – little pieces of wisdom, whether it was about acting or finances or life in general," Baio, 50, who played The Fonz's cousin Chachi Arcola, tells PEOPLE. "He played that father part so well because that is who he was. I don't know what he was like at home, but in my mind and I think for the rest of us on Happy Days, there was very little distinction between Tom, the man, and Mr. C, the character.
"He was also an incredibly calm guy. He never got rattled. I think that was a really important aspect to Happy Days, where so many of us were so young. He was a very grounding influence on us.
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