Before They Were Famous in the Nineties (and now), in the Eighties They Were..., Actors First Names Beginning with G
This is a list of actors from the little and big screen, and the small
roles they had before their big break. I'm not looking for
what a particular actor did outside of acting, I'm looking more for bit
roles and TV commercials. I think you could just write down waiter for
almost any actor if you really wanted to if that were the case.
This page currently edited by: IndyGent. Past editor: Banasy
Garcelle played a rose bearer in the movie "Coming to America".
She had a small role in "Tootsie", where she appeared in her underwear. Let's not forget "Beetle Juice" and "The Fly".
He was George on "The Facts of Life" and also on "Roseanne".
George Burnett on "The Facts of Life" (as Jo's boyfriend)
Several things. He was on an episode of the Golden Girls as a young cop staking out the girls' house. On Roseanne, he played Roseanne and Jackie's boss at the plastics factory. He was also on The Facts of Life.
He was the handyman on The Facts of Life and he also played booker on Roseanne
Playing a cop on "Golden Girls" (1987), starring in a failed show called "E/R" (no not THE ER, but E/R) (1984).
Was the star of "Return of the Killer Tomatoes.",
Played an aerobic instructor in the movie "Red Heat" with Arnold Schwarznegger and James Belushi. She was the killer's girlfriend.
Gina had a bit part in the hit 80's movie "Pretty In Pink". She was friends with the snotty blond girl (the one who was sleeping with Stef - aka James Spader). She is in the scene in the gym (when Andie and her friend face off with the rich bitches) and I think also in the classroom scene when the richies get extra homework for ragging on Andie.,
He played one of Kevin's friends on "The Wonder Years".
Was in an episode of "Married With Children" as one of Bud's friends, along with Stephen Dorff in the same episode.
He was Nicole's best friend Cory on "My Two Dads" (as Vonni Ribisi).
Played the psychotic Alex Forrest in the 1987 thriller "Fatal Attraction".
He hosted a game show called "College Mad House", which was a spin off of "Fun House".
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