Sunday, February 17, 2013

Happy Days (1974-1984) Actors: Where are They Now?

LAST UPDATED November 15, 2015. 

Info derived from imdb. Only roles 2013 and later still being tracked. Only actors in 7+ episodes plus a few other key actors noted. The cartoon series The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang has now been split off into its own entry: http://saneinsanities.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-fonz-and-happy-days-gang-1980-1982.html
* = Newly added names

Henry Winkler (Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli): in Bob's Burgers (1 episode 2015), Hank Zipzer (21 episodes 2014-2015, 26 as Writer), BoJack Horseman (1 episode 2015), Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant (2015), Children’s Hospital (16 episodes 2013-2015), Parks and Recreation (9 episodes 2013-2015), Comedy Bang! Bang! (1 episode 2015), All Hail King Julien (2 episodes 2014), Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (1 episode 2013), Royal Pains (4 episodes 2013-2014), Dissonance (2014), The Winklers (2014), Mad (1 episode 2013), Arrested Development (11 episodes 2013), 1600 Penn (1 episode 2013), Newsreaders (1 episode 2013), Hero Factory (1 episode 2013); as Executive Producer/Producer, completed: ESU: In the Line of Duty (2012); as Self: Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf (1 episode 2015), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2015), Last Call with Carson Daly (1 episode 2015), Today (1 episode 2015), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (4 episodes 2013-2014), Sunday Morning Live (1 episode 2014), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2014), Loose Women (3 episodes 2013-2014), The Talk (1 episodes 2014), Hollywood Game Night (1 episode 2014), This Morning (1 episode 2013), Home & Family (2 episodes 2013), Vanity Fair: Decades" (1 episode c2013), Stroumboulopoulos (1 episode 2013), Still Screaming: Bonus Features (2013), The Arrested Development Documentary Project (2013), AM Northwest (4 episodes 2013); as Self, post-production: King Cake: A Big Easy Story (2016), Better Late Than Never ( unknown episodes 2016).
Marion Ross (Marion Cunningham): in Please Tell Me I'm Adopted! (2015), Chasing Life (2 episodes 2014-2015), A Perfect Christmas List (2014), Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014), Hot in Cleveland (1 episode 2014), A Reason (2014), Instant Mom (1 episode 2014), Sweet Surrender (2014), The Exes (1 episode 2014), Two and a Half Men (1 episode 2014), Major Crimes (1 episode 2013), Anger Management (1 episode 2013), The Middle (1 episode 2013), Heebie Jeebies (2013); Gloria Dais (2016) announced; as Self: Entertainment Tonight (3 episodes 2014-2015), CBS News Sunday Morning (1 episode 2015), Home & Family (1 episode 2014), I Know That Voice (2013), Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off (1 episode 2013). America's Got Talent (1 episode 2013).
Tom Bosley (Howard Cunningham): Died in 2010.
Erin Moran (Joanie Cunningham): Last known acting role in 2010, as Self in 2012.
Anson Williams (Warren “Potsie” Weber): last known acting role in 2011; as Director:  The Secret Life of the American Teenager (1 episode 2013); as Self: Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2015), Home & Family (1 episode 2014), Marie (1 episode 2013).
Ron Howard (Richie Cunningham): in Nightmare Next Door (1 episode 2016), Arrested Development (15 episodes 2013, 1 as Executive Producer); as Producer, various: Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle (2015), Curious George (8 episodes 2013-2015), The Good Lie (2014), Unsung Heroes: The Story of America's Female Patriots (2014), ...And She Was My Eve (2013), A Dream of Flying (2013), Little Duck (2013), Evermore (2013), Out of the Blue (2013), Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest (2013), Made in America (2013; also Director), Rush (2013; also Director), Curious George Swings Into Spring (2013); as Executive Producer, completed: WTF America (2015); as Producer/Director, completed: In the Heart of the Sea (2015); as Producer, post-production: Untitled Beatles Documentary (nd; also Director), Mena (2017); as Producer, pre-production: The Emperor's Children (nd); as Executive Producer, pre-production (unknown episodes 2016); as Executive Producer, announced: Clan of the Cave Bear (1 episode nd), Breakthrough (1 episode 2015; also Director); as Producer, announced: The Dark Tower (2017); as Producer, in production: My Stroke of Insight (nd); as Director, post-production: Inferno (2016); as Self: Apollo 13: Twenty Years Later (2015), Piers Morgan's Life Stories (1 episode 2015), Entertainment Tonight (5 episodes 2013-2015), AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Steve Martin (2015), Gravity: Looking to the Stars - The Evolution of Space Films (2015), Champs (2015), The Talk (1 episode 2015), Conan (1 episode 2015), 20th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards (2015), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Frank Langella: An Actor's Actor (2014), Hollywood Film Awards (2014), A Tribute to David Zaslav: Newhouse Mirror Awards (2014), The Tanning of America (unknown episodes 2014), AmeriCarna (1 episode 2014), 2014 Golden Globe Arrivals Special (2014), The Charlie Rose Show (2 episodes 2013), Janela Indiscreta (1 episode 2013), George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (1 episode 2013), Made in Hollywood (1 episode 2013), IMDb: What to Watch (1 episode 2013), Días de cine (1 episode 2013), Cinema 3 (1 episode 2013), Larry King Now (1 episode 2013), Rencontres de cinema (1 episode 2013), Lorraine (1 episode 2013), Top Gear (1 episode 2013), Formula 1: BBC Sport (1 episode 2013), The Arrested Development Documentary Project (2013), Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking: The Story of Richard D. Zanuck (2013), L.A. City Works (1 episode 2013), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1 episode 2013), Nash (2013); as Self, post-production: Laddie (2015); as Self, pre-production: Cinemaniacs (unknown episodes 2015).
Don Most (Ralph Malph): in Campin' Buddies Trailer (2015), Campin' Buddies (2014), Behind-the-Scenes of Campin' Buddies (2014), Duality (2014), Chez Upshaw (2013), Glee (1 episode 2013); Remember Isobel (nd; also Executive Producer) in post-production; Follow (2015) filming; Welcome to Fresno (2016) in pre-production; Point Bolivar (2016) announced; as Self: Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2015), Oh, Mary Show (2014), Home & Family (1 episode 2014).
Al Molinaro (Al Delvecchio): died in 2015.
Scott Baio (Charles “Chachi” Arcola): in See Dad Run (46 episodes 2013-2014, 36 as Executive Producer), A Fairly Odd Summer (2014), Sam & Cat (1 episode 2014), Arrested Development (1 episode 2013); as Self: Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2015), SAG Foundation Conversations (1 episode 2014), The Talk (2 episodes 2013), Marie (1 episode 2013), Big Time Rush (1 episode 2013), Home & Family (1 episode 2013), The Arrested Development Documentary Project (2013), Rachael Ray (1 episode 2013), Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2013 (2013), Good Day L.A. (1 episode 2013); as Self, filming: Bowery Rhapsody: The Rise and Redemption of Hollywood's Original 'Brat Pack' (2016).
Lynda Goodfriend (Lori Beth Allen-Cunningham): last known acting role in 1994, as Director in 2009, as Self in 2006.
Ted McGinley (Roger Phillips): in Transformers: Robots in Disguise (21 episodes 2015), Underdog Kids (2015), Do You Believe? (2015; also Associate Producer), Castle (1 episode 2014), Redeemed (2014), Rescuing Madison (2014), Bad Behavior (2013), Mad Men (1 episode 2013), A Mother's Rage (2013); The Outskirts (2015) completed; Expendable Assets (2015) in post-production; The Bridge (nd) filming; as Self: Made in Hollywood (1 episode 2015), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2015), Today (1 episode 2015), See Dad Run (2 episodes 2013).
Cathy Silvers (Jenny Piccalo): Last known acting role in 1996, as Self in 2005.
Hilary Horan (Girl Playing Drum, etc): last known acting role in 1982.
Heather Warren (various): no other known acting roles.
Noriyuki “Pat” Morita (Matsuo “Arnold” Takahashi): died in 2005.
Beatrice Colen (Martha Simms): died in 1999.
Linda Purl (Ashley Pfister): in Reckless (4 episodes 2014), Major Crimes (1 episode 2014), The Office (1 episode 2013).
Harris Kal (Bobby): last known acting role in 1992.
Crystal Bernard (Krystal “KC” Cunningham): Last known acting role in 2008.
Billy Warlock (Leopold “Flip” Philips): last known acting role in 2011.
Kevin Rodney Sullivan (Tommy): last known acting role in 1984, as Director in 2011; as Self: Exhale (1 episode 2013).
Heather O’Rourke (Heather Pfister): died in 1988 at age 12.
Ed Peck (Police Officer Kirk): died in 1992.
Kit McDonough (various): last known acting role in 2001.
Ken Lerner (Rocco Baruffi): in Grace and Frankie (1 episode 2015), The League (1 episode 2014), Anger Management (1 episode 2013), Two Wrongs (2013); American Crime Story (1 episode 2015) filming.
Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin): last known acting role in 2006.
Gavan O’Herlihy (Charles “Chuck” Cunningham): Last known acting role in 2009, as Self in 2010.
Neil J. Schwartz (Bag Zombrowski): last known acting role in 1983.
Tita Bell (Trudy): no known subsequent acting roles; as Story Editor in 1989, as Writer in 2009.
Laurette Sprang (Wendy, etc.): last known acting role in 2007, as Self in 2009.
Misty Rowe (Wendy): last known acting role in 1991, as Self in 2007.
Scott Mitchell Bernstein (Melvin Belvin): No known other acting roles.
Kathleen Marshall (Kathi, etc.): last known acting role in 2011.
Suzi Quatro (Leather Tuscadero): last known acting role in 2007; as Self: The Stars Behind the Iron Curtain (2014), Oh! You Pretty Things: The Story of British Music and Fashion (1 episode 2014), Sex & Music (2014), Spicks and Specks (1 episode 2014), The Nation's Favourite Elvis Song (2013); as Self, filming: Dance with the Devil: The Cozy Powell Story (2016).
Sally Hightower (various): last known acting role in 1997.
Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney): in Sam & Cat (1 episode 2013); as Self: The Talk (1 episode 2015), Home & Family (1 episode 2015), Inside Edition (1 episode 2015), Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2015), Today (1 episode 2015).
Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio): in Scooby-Doo! And Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery (2015), Mullaney (1 episode 2014), The Thanksgivukkah Movie Trailer (2013), Sam & Cat (1 episode 2013); Murder Police (unknown episodes 2013) in pre-production; as Director/Producer, pre-production: Effa (nd); as Self: Celebrity Family Feud (1 episode 2015), Pioneers of Television (3 episodes 2013-2014), Last Supper (2014), Hollywood Game Night (1 episode 2014), The Talk (1 episode 2013), Costas at the Movies (1 episode 2013).
* David Ketchum (Donald Hedges): last known acting role in 1999, as Self in 2001.
* Derrel Maury (various): in Shadow of the Monarch (2015), Different Eye (2015; also Casting), Payback (2014), Jen in Session (unknown episodes 2013), One My Valentine (2013), The Visitation (2013), Mikey (2013); Breakdowns: The Web Series (unknown episodes 2015), Water (2016) in post-production.
* Lorrie Mahaffey (Jennifer Jerome): last known acting role in 1982.
* Susan Lawrence (various): last known acting role in 1981.
* Arthur Batanides (various): died in 2000.
Ellen Travolta (Louisa Arcola): last known acting role in 2009 but The Untold Story (2016) in post-production; Mistrust (2016) in pre-production.
* Scott Marshall (various): last known acting role in 2010; as Director: See Dad Run (3 episodes 2013-2014, 1 as Writer); as Director, pre-production: The Million Dollar Man (nd).
* Warren Berlinger (various): last known acting role in 2010; as Self, filming: Lunch with Archer King (2017).
* James Start (Frank): in Catching Faith (2015), Beethoven's Treasure (2014).
Roz Kelly (Pinky Tuscadero): last known acting role in 1983.
Randolph Roberts (Charles “Chuck” Cunningham): Last known acting role in 1986, as Self in 2005; as Second Unit Director: Gloria Jesus (2014).
Debbie Chaffin (various uncredited): last known acting role in 1978, as Self in 1979.

For additional actors in less than five episodes but same characters see:
David L. Lander, Michael McKean, and Eddie Mekka:
Robin Williams:

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