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Hello fans,

We lost two legends in their respective area this past week.
Porter Wagoner and Robert Goulet. Both had long and successful
careers. RIP...

Now let's get to today's WATN... It's on Adrian Zmed who 
hails from around our area. I admit that when Grease or 
Grease 2 is on TV, I simply must watch it. 

When Grease 2 came out I thought it was so bad, but now I 
kind of love it.

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                      ADRIAN ZMED

BIRTH DATE: March 4, 1954, Chicago, Illinois

CLAIM TO FAME: Adrian is best known for his roles as 
"Johnny Nogerelli" in Grease 2, and as "Officer Vince 
Romano" in the T.J. Hooker television series

FAMILY LIFE: Susan Wood (1980's - present) 2 sons, Zach and Dylan.

INFO: Adrian's role in Grease 2 led to a short period playing 
other teenagers on film, including 1983's The Final Terror, in 
which he played "Gerone". While this film bombed at the box 
office, his next movie (while not necessarily a hit by Hollywood 
economical standards), fared better: Zmed played "Jay O'Neill" in 
1984's Bachelor Party, alongside Tom Hanks.

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TRIVIA: Adrian took on the role of Danny Zuko in Grease 
twice: first during the original Broadway run in the 
1970s, and again during the show's revival in 1995.

Adrian made his television debut as "Socks Palermo" in 
the 1979 series Flatbush. In 1980, he appeared on another 
television series, The Goodtime Girls, playing "Frankie 
Millardo". This was followed by a guest appearance in 
1982's An Evening at the Improv.

Was the host of Dance Fever. 

T.J. Hooker, was based on the life of a real Los Angeles 
cop of the same name. Adrian appeared on the show until 1985. 

Adrian Zmed returned to stage work in the 1990s. He headlined 
the musical Children of Eden at the Paper Mill Playhouse, and 
starred in three shows on Broadway: Falsettos, Blood Brothers, 
and Grease. He most recently appeared as Noah in the musical 
The Ark, in New York City, and in the 2006 Stan Harrington film, 
The Craving Heart.

Often mistaken as "the kid in One Day At A Time" who was 
actually Glenn Scarpelli. See a comparison picture of them both 
by visiting: http://www.celebritynooz.com/watn/adrian_zmed.html

WHERE IS HE NOW: As mentioned above, in the 90's Adrian 
really threw himself into the theater. 

Even with all his theater work, he still stayed somewhat busy
with some roles for TV both in movies and TV series.

In 2006 filmed a 30 second PSA on chained dogs for humane non-
profit Dogs Deserve Better.

If you watch the soap opera 'Passions' then you may have recognized
Adrian as the "floating head". I really have no idea about this
but it's listed as a credit!

Next up for Adrian is an appearance in the Holiday special for 
TV, 'Larry the Cable Guy's Christmas Spectacular'.

Adrian Zmed
c/o Henderson/Hogan Agency Inc
850 Seventh Avenue Suite #1003
New York, NY 10019

Adrian Zmed
c/o Rebel Entertainment Partners Inc
5700 Wilshire Blvd Ste 456
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Adrian in a TJ Hooker Video Clip

Larry the Cable Guy's Christmas Spectacular (2007).... Dirty Caroler Dad
The Craving Heart (2006) .... Phil Jorgenson
Sex Sells: The Making of Touche (2005) .... Lance Long
Shira: The Vampire Samurai (2005) (V) .... Kristof
The Drone Virus (2004) .... Frank Schmidt
Until Morning (2002) .... Kyle
Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter (2002) (VG) (voice) .... Toth
"Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show" (1 episode, 2000)
    - Honey, Whodunit? (2000) TV Episode
Running from the Shadows (2000) .... Sasch
Little Insects (2000) (voice) .... Sir Sneekleberry
Unconditional Love (1999) .... Mario
"Caroline in the City" .... Jonathan (1 episode, 1998)
    - Caroline and the Rotten Plum (1998) TV Episode .... Jonathan
Storm Chasers: Revenge of the Twister (1998) (TV) .... Smitty
"The Steve Harvey Show" .... Derrick Love (1 episode, 1998)
    - White Men Can Funk (1998) TV Episode .... Derrick Love
"Silk Stalkings" .... Calvin (1 episode, 1994)
    - Judas Kiss (1994) TV Episode .... Calvin
Improper Conduct (1994) .... Doug
The Other Woman (1992) (V) .... Greg Mathews
Eyewitness to Murder (1991) .... Tyler
"Murder, She Wrote" .... Bert Firman (1 episode, 1989)
    - From Russia... with Blood (1989) TV Episode .... Bert Firman
"Empty Nest" .... Gary (1 episode, 1988)
    - The Check Isn't in the Mail (1988) TV Episode .... Gary
"Hotel" .... Bob / ... (2 episodes, 1986-1987)
    - Dark Horses (1987) TV Episode .... Scott Osborne
    - Shadows of Doubt: Part 1 (1986) TV Episode .... Bob
"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" .... Edgar Kraft (1 episode, 1987)
    - When This Man Dies (1987) TV Episode .... Edgar Kraft
"T.J. Hooker" .... Officer Vince Romano (72 episodes, 1982-1985)
Victims for Victims: The Theresa Saldana Story (1984) (TV) .... Fred Feliciano
Glitter (1984) (TV)
Bachelor Party (1984) .... Jay O'Neill
The Final Terror (1983) .... Cerone
Grease 2 (1982) .... Johnny Nogerelli
"Bosom Buddies" .... Joseph 'Joey Midnight' Raybonz (1 episode, 1981)
    - Best Friends (1981) TV Episode .... Joseph 'Joey Midnight' Raybonz
For the Love of It (1980) (TV) .... Fernando
"Angie" (1 episode, 1980)
    - Marie Moves Out (1980) TV Episode
"Goodtime Girls" .... Frankie Millardo (1 episode, 1980)
    - Episode #1.1 (1980) TV Episode .... Frankie Millardo
Flatbush (1979) (TV) .... Socks Palermo
"Starsky and Hutch" .... Marty Decker (2 episodes, 1978)
    - Discomania (1978) TV Episode .... Marty Decker
    - Quadromania (1978) TV Episode .... Marty Decker

Grease - Broadway/National Tour (revival)
Blood Brothers - Broadway Company
Falsettos - Broadway/National Tour
Grease - Broadway/National Tour (original)
Eating Raoul - Union Square Theatre
Jesus Christ Superstar - Birmingham Theatre
Evita - Montclair Theatre Fest
Funny Girl - Long Beach Civic Light Opera
Godspell - St. Louis MUNY
Little Shop of Horrors - Lobero Theatre/St. Louis MUNY
Romeo and Juliet - Goodman Theatre
She Stoops to Conquer - Goodman Theatre
Merton of the Movies - Goodman Theatre
The Fantasticks - Forum Theatre
Beginner's Luck - Tiffany's Attic
Prelude to a Kiss - Wellington Theatre
Lend Me a Tenor - Royal George Theatre

To see Then & Now pictures of Adrian, visit: 
Adrian Zmed Then & Now


--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE

Mr. Whipple (Dick Wilson) - ALIVE
Born: 07/30/1916

Clara Peller - DEAD 
Born: 08/04/1903  Dead: 08/11/1987

Al Molinaro - ALIVE
Born: 06/24/1919



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- S. Ali Raza, 85, Indian Bollywood screenwriter, heart failure. 
- Paul Tibbets, 92, American pilot, commander of Enola Gay which 
  dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, heart failure

- Alderbrook, 18, British racehorse, winner of the 1995 Champion Hurdle. 
- John Baker, Jr., 72, American football player and county sheriff. 
- Ray Gravell, 56, British rugby union player for Wales. 
- Aiko Otaki, 79, Japanese ballet dancer, Cerebral hemorrhage. 

- Robert Goulet, 73, American singer and actor, idiopathic 
  pulmonary fibrosis. 
- Peter Hoagland, 66, American member of the US House of 
  Representatives from Nebraska (1989–1995), Parkinson's disease. 
- Henryk Niewiadomski, 59, Polish gangster. 
- Dina Rabinovitch, 44, British journalist, breast cancer. 
- Linda S. Stein, 62, American former manager of the Ramones, real 
  estate agent, beaten. 
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  to acquire human language, influenza. 
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- Arnold Wilson Cowen, 101, American judge. 
- Takao Fujinami, 74, Japanese politician convicted of accepting bribes. 
- Joe Herzenberg, 66, American politician and gay rights activist. 
- Guido Nicheli, 73, Italian actor, stroke. 
- Porter Wagoner, 80, American country music singer, lung cancer. 

- George Washington, 4, Irish race horse, euthanized. 
- Satyen Kappu, 76, Indian Bollywood character actor, cardiac arrest. 
- Ricky Parent, 41, American drummer for Enuff Z'nuff, cancer. 

- Jim Cummins, 62, American correspondent for NBC News, cancer. 
- Alexandre Feklisov, 93, Russian KGB spymaster. 
- John L. Gaunt, 83, American Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, 
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- Arthur Kornberg, 89, American recipient of the 1959 Nobel Prize 
  in Physiology or Medicine, respiratory failure. 
- Lisa Richette, 79, American Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas 
  judge, lung cancer. 
- Khun Sa, 73, Burmese warlord. 
- Hans Stern, 85, Brazilian jeweler, founder of the company H. Stern. 

- Carole Hillard, 71, American politician, Lieutenant Governor of 
  South Dakota (1995–2003), pneumonia.  

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