Happy Days (ABC) Jan. 15, 1974-May 8, 1984 = 255 Episodes

The Complete Cast Information

Set in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the series revolves around teenager Richie Cunningham and his family: his father, Howard, who owns a hardware store; traditional homemaker and mother, Marion; younger sister Joanie; and high school dropout, biker and suave ladies' man Arthur "Fonzie"/"The Fonz" Fonzarelli, who would eventually become the Cunninghams' upstairs tenant. The earlier episodes revolve around Richie and his friends, Potsie Weber and Ralph Malph, with Fonzie as a secondary character. However, as the series progressed, Fonzie proved to be a favorite with viewers and soon more story lines were written to reflect his growing popularity, and Winkler was eventually credited with top billing in the opening credits alongside Howard as a result.[2] Fonzie befriended Richie and the Cunningham family, and when Richie left the series for military service, Fonzie became the central figure of the show, with Winkler receiving sole top billing in the opening credits. In later seasons, other characters were introduced including Fonzie's young cousin, Charles "Chachi" Arcola, who became a love interest for Joanie Cunningham.

The series' pilot was originally shown as Love and the Television Set, (later retitled Love and the Happy Days for syndication), a one-episode teleplay on the anthology series Love, American Style. Happy Days spawned the hit television shows Laverne & Shirley and Mork & Mindy as well as three failures, Joanie Loves Chachi, Blansky's Beauties (featuring Nancy Walker as Howard's cousin),[3] and Out of the Blue. The show is the basis for the Happy Days musical touring the United States since 2008. The leather jacket worn by Winkler during the series hangs in the Smithsonian Institution

Tuesday at 8:00–8:30 PM on ABC: January 15, 1974 – March 22, 1983
Tuesday at 8:30–9:00 PM on ABC: September 27, 1983 – May 8, 1984
Thursday at 8:30–9:00 PM on ABC: June 28 – July 19, 1984
Thursday at 8:00–8:30 PM on ABC: September 27, 1984

Season One (1974) #16 (21.5 rating)
1 All the Way (15-Jan-1974)
2 The Lemon (22-Jan-1974)
3 Richie's Cup Runneth Over (29-Jan-1974)
4 Guess Who's Coming to Visit (5-Feb-1974)
5 Hardware Jungle (12-Feb-1974)
6 The Deadly Dares (19-Feb-1974)
7 Fonzie Drops In (26-Feb-1974)
8 The Skin Game (5-Mar-1974)
9 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (12-Mar-1974)
10 Give the Band a Hand (26-Mar-1974)
11 Because She's There (2-Apr-1974)
12 In the Name of Love (9-Apr-1974)
13 Great Expectations (16-Apr-1974)
14 The Best Man (23-Apr-1974)
15 Knock Around the Block (30-Apr-1974)
16 Be the First on Your Block (7-May-1974)

Season Two (1974) Not in Top 30
1 Richie Moves Out (10-Sep-1974)
2 Richie's Car (17-Sep-1974)
3 Who's Sorry Now? (24-Sep-1974)
4 You Go to My Head (1-Oct-1974)
5 ROTC (8-Oct-1974)
6 Haunted (29-Oct-1974)
7 Wish Upon a Star (12-Nov-1974)
8 Not with My Sister, You Don't (19-Nov-1974)
9 Big Money (26-Nov-1974)
10 A Star Is Bored (3-Dec-1974)
11 Guess Who's Coming to Christmas (17-Dec-1974)
12 Open House (7-Jan-1975)
13 Fonzie's Getting Married (14-Jan-1975)
14 The Cunningham Caper (21-Jan-1975)
15 The Not Making of the President (28-Jan-1975)
16 Cruisin' (11-Feb-1975)
17 The Howdy Doody Show (18-Feb-1975)
18 Get a Job (25-Feb-1975)
19 Fonzie Joins the Band (4-Mar-1975)
20 Fish and the Fins (11-Mar-1975)
21 Richie's Flip Side (18-Mar-1975)
22 Kiss Me Sickly (29-Apr-1975)
23 Goin' to Chicago (6-May-1975)

Season Three (1975) #11 (23.9 rating)
1 Fonzie Moves In (9-Sep-1975)
2 The Motorcycle (16-Sep-1975)
3 Fearless Fonzarelli (Part 1) (23-Sep-1975)
4 Fearless Fonzarelli (Part 2) (30-Sep-1975)
5 The Other Richie Cunningham (7-Oct-1975)
6 Richie Fights Back (14-Oct-1975)
7 Jailhouse Rock (21-Oct-1975)
8 Howard's 45th Fiasco (28-Oct-1975)
9 Fonzie the Flatfoot (4-Nov-1975)
10 A Date with Fonzie (11-Nov-1975)
11 Fonzie the Salesman (13-Nov-1975)
12 Three on a Porch (18-Nov-1975)
13 Fonzie's New Friend (25-Nov-1975)
14 They Call It Potsie Love (2-Dec-1975)
15 Tell It to the Marines (16-Dec-1975)
16 Dance Contest (6-Jan-1976)
17 The Happy Days 2nd Anniversary Special (12-Jan-1976)
18 Football Frolics (20-Jan-1976)
19 Fonzie the Superstar (27-Jan-1976)
20 Two Angry Men (3-Feb-1976)
21 Beauty Contest (10-Feb-1976)
22 Bringing Up Spike (17-Feb-1976)
23 A Sight for Sore Eyes (24-Feb-1976)
24 Arnold's Wedding (2-Mar-1976)

Season Four (1976) #1 (31.5 rating)
1 Fonzie Loves Pinky (Part 1) (21-Sep-1976)
2 Fonzie Loves Pinky (Part 2) (21-Sep-1976)
3 Fonzie Loves Pinky (Part 3) (28-Sep-1976)
4 A Mind of His Own (5-Oct-1976)
5 Fonzie the Father (19-Oct-1976)
6 Fonzie's Hero (26-Oct-1976)
7 A Place of His Own (9-Nov-1976)
8 They Shoot Fonzies, Don't They? (16-Nov-1976)
9 The Muckrakers (23-Nov-1976)
10 A.K.A. the Fonz (30-Nov-1976)
11 Richie Branches Out (7-Dec-1976)
12 Fonzie's Old Lady (4-Jan-1977)
13 Time Capsule (11-Jan-1977)
14 The Book of Records (18-Jan-1977)
15 A Shot in the Dark (25-Jan-1977)
16 Marion Rebels (1-Feb-1977)
17 The Third Anniversary Show (4-Feb-1977)
18 Graduation (Part 1) (8-Feb-1977)
19 Graduation (Part 2) (15-Feb-1977)
20 The Physical (22-Feb-1977)
21 Joanie's Weird Boyfriend (1-Mar-1977)
22 Fonz-How, Inc. (8-Mar-1977)
23 Spunky Come Home (15-Mar-1977)
24 The Last of the Big Time Malphs (22-Mar-1977)
25 Fonzie's Baptism (29-Mar-1977)

Season Five (1977) #2 (31.4 rating)
1 Hollywood (Part 1) (13-Sep-1977)
2 Hollywood (Part 2) (13-Sep-1977)
3 Hollywood (Part 3) (20-Sep-1977)
4 Hard Cover (27-Sep-1977)
5 My Cousin, the Cheat (4-Oct-1977)
6 Fonsillectomy (25-Oct-1977)
7 The Apartment (1-Nov-1977)
8 Fonzie and Leather Tuscadero (Part 1) (8-Nov-1977)
9 Fonzie and Leather Tuscadero (Part 2) (15-Nov-1977)
10 My Fair Fonzie (22-Nov-1977)
11 Bye Bye Blackball (29-Nov-1977)
12 Requiem for a Malph (6-Dec-1977)
13 Nose for News (13-Dec-1977)
14 Grandpa's Visit (3-Jan-1978)
15 Potsie Gets Pinned (10-Jan-1978)
16 Joanie's First Kiss (17-Jan-1978)
17 Marion's Misgivings (24-Jan-1978)
18 Richie Almost Dies (31-Jan-1978)
19 Spunkless Spunky (7-Feb-1978)
20 Be My Valentine (14-Feb-1978)
21 Our Gang (21-Feb-1978)
22 My Favorite Orkan (28-Feb-1978)
23 4th Anniversary Special (23-Mar-1978)
24 Do You Want to Dance? (9-May-1978)
25 Second Wind (16-May-1978)
26 Rules to Date By (23-May-1978)
27 Fonzie for the Defense (30-May-1978)

Season Six (1978) #3 (28.6 rating)
1 Westward Ho (Part 1) (12-Sep-1978)
2 Westward Ho (Part 2) (12-Sep-1978)
3 Westward Ho (Part 3) (19-Sep-1978)
4 Fonzie's Blindness (26-Sep-1978)
5 Casanova Cunningham (5-Oct-1978)
6 Kid Stuff (10-Oct-1978)
7 Sweet Sixteen (17-Oct-1978)
8 Fearless Malph (24-Oct-1978)
9 The Evil Eye (31-Oct-1978)
10 The Claw Meets the Fonz (3-Nov-1978)
11 The Fonz Is Allergic to Girls (14-Nov-1978)
12 The First Thanksgiving (21-Nov-1978)
13 The Kissing Bandit (28-Nov-1978)
14 The Magic Show (5-Dec-1978)
15 Richie Gets Framed (12-Dec-1978)
16 Christmas Time (19-Dec-1978)
17 Smokin' Ain't Cool (16-Jan-1979)
18 Ralph Versus Potsie (23-Jan-1979)
19 Stolen Melodies (2-Feb-1979)
20 Married Strangers (6-Feb-1979)
21 Marion, Fairy Godmother (13-Feb-1979)
22 Fonzie's Funeral (Part 1) (20-Feb-1979)
23 Fonzie's Funeral (Part 2) (27-Feb-1979)
24 Mork Returns (6-Mar-1979)
25 The Duel (13-Mar-1979)
26 Chachi's Incredo-Wax (8-May-1979)
27 Potsie Quits School (15-May-1979)

Season Seven (1979) #17 (21.7 rating)
1 Shotgun Wedding (11-Sep-1979)
2 Chachi Sells His Soul (18-Sep-1979)
3 Fonzie Meets Kat (25-Sep-1979)
4 Marion Goes to Jail (2-Oct-1979)
5 Richie's Job (9-Oct-1979)
6 Richie Falls in Love (23-Oct-1979)
7 Fonzie's a Thespian (30-Oct-1979)
8 Burlesque (6-Nov-1979)
9 Joanie Busts Out (13-Nov-1979)
10 King Richard's Big Night (20-Nov-1979)
11 Fonzie Versus the She Devils (27-Nov-1979)
12 The Mechanic (4-Dec-1979)
13 They're Closing Inspiration Point (11-Dec-1979)
14 Here Comes the Bride Again (18-Dec-1979)
15 Ah, Wilderness (8-Jan-1980)
16 Joanie's Dilemma (15-Jan-1980)
17 Hot Stuff (22-Jan-1980)
18 The New Arnold's (29-Jan-1980)
19 The Hucksters (5-Feb-1980)
20 Allison (12-Feb-1980)
21 Fools Rush In (26-Feb-1980)
22 Father & Son (4-Mar-1980)
23 A Potsie Is Born (11-Mar-1980)
24 The Roaring Twenties (25-Mar-1980)
25 Ralph's Family Problem (6-May-1980)

Season Eight (1980) #15 (20.8 rating)
1 No Tell Motel (11-Nov-1980)
2 Live & Learn (18-Nov-1980)
3 Dreams Can Come True (25-Nov-1980)
4 Hello, Roger (2-Dec-1980)
5 Joanie Gets Wheels (9-Dec-1980)
6 White Christmas (16-Dec-1980)
7 And the Winner Is (30-Dec-1980)
8 If You Knew Rosa (6-Jan-1981)
9 The Sixth Sense (13-Jan-1981)
10 It Only Hurts When I Smile (27-Jan-1981)
11 Welcome to My Nightmare (3-Feb-1981)
12 Broadway It's Not (10-Feb-1981)
13 Bride & Gloom (17-Feb-1981)
14 Hello, Mrs. Arcola (24-Feb-1981)
15 Fonzie Gets Shot (3-Mar-1981)
16 Potsie on His Own (17-Mar-1981)
17 Tall Story (7-Apr-1981)
18 Scholarship (14-Apr-1981)
19 R. C. & L. B. Forever (5-May-1981)
20 Howard's Bowling Buddy (12-May-1981)
21 Mother and Child Reunion (19-May-1981)
22 American Musical (26-May-1981)

Season Nine (1981) #18 (20.6 rating)
1 Home Movies (Part 1) (6-Oct-1981)
2 Home Movies (Part 2) (6-Oct-1981)
3 Not with My Mother You Don't (13-Oct-1981)
4 Another Night at Antoine's (27-Oct-1981)
5 Little Baby Cunningham (3-Nov-1981)
6 The Other Guy (10-Nov-1981)
7 Fonzie, the Substitute (17-Nov-1981)
8 Just a Piccalo (24-Nov-1981)
9 No Thank You (1-Dec-1981)
10 Baby, It's Cold Inside (8-Dec-1981)
11 Hello, Tough Guy (15-Dec-1981)
12 To Beanie or Not to Beanie (5-Jan-1982)
13 Southern Crossing (12-Jan-1982)
14 Grandma Nussbaum (19-Jan-1982)
15 Poobah Doo Dah (26-Jan-1982)
16 A Touch of Classical (2-Feb-1982)
17 Hi Yo Fonzie, Away (9-Feb-1982)
18 Great Expectations (16-Feb-1982)
19 Hello, Flip (23-Feb-1982)
20 Chachi's Future (2-Mar-1982)
21 Tell-Tale Tart (16-Mar-1982)
22 Love and Marriage (23-Mar-1982)

Season Ten (1982) #28 (17.4 rating)
1 A Woman Not Under the Influence (28-Sep-1982)
2 Letting Go (12-Oct-1982)
3 Empty Nest (19-Oct-1982)
4 A Night at the Circus (26-Oct-1982)
5 Little Case of Revenge (9-Nov-1982)
6 Who Gives a Hootenanny? (16-Nov-1982)
7 Going Steady (23-Nov-1982)
8 Such a Nice Girl (30-Nov-1982)
9 There's No Business Like No Business (7-Dec-1982)
10 All I Want for Christmas (14-Dec-1982)
11 Since I Don't Have You (28-Dec-1982)
12 Hello, Pfisters (4-Jan-1983)
13 I Drink Therefore I Am (11-Jan-1983)
14 Prisoner of Love (18-Jan-1983)
15 Life Is More Important Than Show Business (25-Jan-1983)
16 Nervous Romance (1-Feb-1983)
17 I'm Not at Liberty (8-Feb-1983)
18 Wild Blue Yonder (15-Feb-1983)
19 May the Best Man Win (22-Feb-1983)
20 Babysitting (1-Mar-1983)
21 Turn Around and You're Home (15-Mar-1983)
22 Affairs of the Heart (22-Mar-1983)

Season Eleven (1983) Not in Top 30
1 Because It's There (27-Sep-1983)
2 The Ballad of Joanie and Chachi (4-Oct-1983)
3 Where the Guys Are (18-Oct-1983)
4 Welcome Home (Part 1) (25-Oct-1983)
5 Welcome Home (Part 2) (1-Nov-1983)
6 Glove Story (8-Nov-1983)
7 Vocational Education (22-Nov-1983)
8 Arthur, Arthur (6-Dec-1983)
9 You Get What You Pay For (13-Dec-1983)
10 Kiss Me, Teach (10-Jan-1984)
11 The People vs. The Fonz (17-Jan-1984)
12 Like Mother, Like Daughter (24-Jan-1984)
13 Social Studies (31-Jan-1984)
14 The Spirit Is Willing (24-Apr-1984)
15 Fonzie Moves Out (1-May-1984)
16 Passages (Part 1) (8-May-1984)
17 Passages (Part 2) (8-May-1984)
18 So How Was Your Weekend? (28-Jun-1984)
19 Low Notes (5-Jul-1984)
20 School Dazed (12-Jul-1984)
21 Good News, Bad News (19-Jul-1984)
22 Fonzie's Spots (24-Sep-1984)
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1.
Ron Howard
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard is one of this generation's most popular directors. From the critically acclaimed dramas A Beautiful Mind and Apollo 13 to the hit comedies Parenthood and Splash, he has created some of Hollywood's most memorable films. Howard directed and produced "Cinderella Man" starring Oscar winner Russell Crowe...
“ Ronald William Howard
March 1, 1954 "Pisces/Horse" in Duncan, Oklahoma

Richie Cunningham (1974-1980) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
2.
Henry Winkler
Henry Franklin Winkler was born on October 30, 1945, in Manhattan, New York. His parents, Ilse Anna Maria (Hadra) and Harry Irving Winkler, were Jewish immigrants who avoided the German Holocaust, moving to the US in 1939. His father was the president of an international lumber company while his mother worked alongside his father...
“ Henry Franklin Winkler
October 30, 1945 "Scorpio/Rooster" in New York City

Arthur Herbert "Fonzie" Fonzarelli (1974-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
3.
Marion Ross
Actress, Happy Days
The lovely, continuously upbeat and iconic All-American mom from the classic Happy Days TV sitcom had fervent desires of becoming an actress while growing up in her obscure Minnesota town. Born Marian Ross (with an "a") in 1928, she grew up in her native state and, at one time, worked as a teenage au pair in order to earn money for drama lessons at the MacPhail Center in Minneapolis...
“ Marian Ross
October 25, 1928 "Scorpio/Dragon" in Albert Lea, Minnesota

Marion Cunningham (1974-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
4.
“ Thomas Edward Bosley
October 1, 1927 "Libra/Rabbit" in Chicago, Illinois - October 19, 2010 (age 83) in Rancho Mirage, California (lung cancer)

Howard Cunningham (1974-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
5.
Erin Moran
Actress, Happy Days
Born in Burbank, California, USA on October 18, 1960, Erin Moran is the youngest daughter of Sharon and Edward Moran, who have five other children. She attended Walter Reed Junior High School for one year and North Hollywood High School for another year. Her first professional acting job was in a TV commercial...
“ October 18, 1960 "Libra/Rat" in Burbank, California

Joanie Cunningham (1974-1982/1983-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
6.
“ Anson William Heimlich
September 25, 1949 "Libra/Ox" in Los Angeles, California

Warren "Potsie" Weber (1974-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
7.
Don Most
Actor, Happy Days
Don is probably best known for his co-starring role as Ralph in the long running television series "Happy Days". During this time, he worked with such emerging talents as Ron Howard and Garry Marshall. Recently, Don was seen in a recurring role on the hit TV show - "Glee", as well as starring roles in the indie film - "The Yankles"...
“ Donald Most
August 8, 1953 "Leo/Snake" in Brooklyn, New York

Ralph Malph (1974-1980) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
8.
Scott Baio
Scott Vincent James Baio was born on September 22, 1960 in Brooklyn, New York. He was the third child of Mario and Rose Baio, who had emigrated from Italy. At the young age of nine, Scott decided that he wanted to be an actor. Soon after, his parents took him on interviews and he was able to land in small roles in commercials...
“ Scott Vincent James Baio
September 22, 1960 "Virgo/Rat" in Brooklyn, New York

Charles "Chachi" Arcola (1977-1982/1983-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
9.
Al Molinaro
Actor, Happy Days
Albert was born on June 24, 1919 to Raffaele Molinaro and Teresa Marrone. His father was born in Calabria, Italy and immigrated to the US when he was 15 years old and worked as a water boy with a railroad crew going west from New York. He ended up in Kenosha Wisconsin where he met and married Albert's mother Teresa on December 22...
“ Umberto Francesca Molinaro
June 24, 1919 "Cancer/Goat" in Kenosha, Wisconsin - October 30, 2015 (age 96) in Glendale, California (gall bladder infection)

Al Delvecchio (1976-1982/1983-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
10.
Pat Morita
Abundantly busy and much loved Asian-American actor who became an on-screen hero to millions of adults and kids alike as the wise and wonderful Mr. Miyagi in The Karate Kid, the sparkling Noriyuki Morita was back again dishing out Eastern philosophy and martial arts lessons for The Karate Kid Part II and The Karate Kid Part III...
“ Noriyuki Morita
June 28, 1932 "Cancer/Monkey" in Isleton, California - November 24, 2005 (age 73) in Las Vegas, Nevada (kidney failure)

Matsuo "Arnold" Takahashi (1975-1976/1982-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
11.
“ October 31, 1953 "Scorpio/Snake" in Miami, Florida

Lori Beth Allen-Cunningham (1977-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
12.
Ted McGinley
Theodore Martin 'Ted' McGinley was born on May 30, 1958 in Newport Beach, California. He is perhaps best known for his long-running roles in the television series Happy Days, The Love Boat, Dynasty, Married with Children and The West Wing. Formerly a male model, McGinley was spotted by a casting director after appearing in the GQ magazine...
“ Theodore Martin McGinley
May 30, 1958 "Gemini/Dog" in Newport Beach, California

Roger Phillips (1980-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
13.
Cathy Silvers
Actress, Happy Days
Cathy Silvers (born May 27, 1961) is an American actress and author, and the daughter of legendary actor/comedian Phil Silvers. She is best known for her role as boy-crazy teenager Jenny Piccolo in later seasons of the TV sitcom Happy Days. Cathy is the author of Happy Days Healthy Living, Random House and owner of Healthy Living Organic Food business.
“ May 27, 1961 "Gemini/Ox" in New York City

Jenny Piccalo (1980-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
14.
Linda Purl
Linda Purl was born in Connecticut and raised in Japan, becoming the only foreigner to train at the Toho Geino Academy. At the Imperial Theatre in Tokyo, she played the role of "Louis" in "The King and I" (in Japanese), "Bet" in "Oliver" and the role of "Helen Keller" in "The Miracle Worker". She then went to England to study under Marguerite Beale...
“ Linda M. Purl
September 2, 1955 "Virgo/Goat" in Greenwich, Connecticut

Ashley Pfister (1982-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
15.
Heather O'Rourke
Actress, Poltergeist
Heather Michele O'Rourke was born on December 27, 1975 in Santee, San Diego, California, to Kathleen, a seamstress, and Michael O'Rourke, a construction worker. She had German, Danish, English, and Irish ancestry. Heather entered American cinematic pop-culture before first grade. She was sitting alone in the MGM Commissary waiting for her mother when a stranger approached her asking her name...
“ Heather Michele O'Rourke
December 27, 1975 "Capricorn/Rabbit" in San Diego, California - February 1, 1988 (age 12) in San Diego, California (cardiopulmonary arrest and intestinal stenosis)

Heather Pfister (1982-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
16.
“ February 16, 1953 "Aquarius/Snake"

Trudy (1974-1978) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
17.
“ September 30, 1961 "Libra/Ox" in Garland, Texas

K.C. Cunningham (1982-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
18.
“ Melvin Belvin (1981-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
19.
“ Raymond "Spike" Fonzarelli (1974-1977) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
20.
“ January 10, 1948 "Capricorn/Rat" in New York - November 18, 1999 (age 51) in Los Angeles, California (lung cancer)

Marsha Simms (1974-1978) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
21.
Jack Dodson
Jack Dodson was arguably best known for playing "Howard Sprague", the county clerk on The Andy Griffith Show. This amazingly funny character actor endeared himself to 60s and 70s audiences as the straight-laced "straight man" to the "comic idiot" character "Goober". He brought laughs throughout the end of the run of The Andy Griffith Show and its spin-off...
“ May 16, 1931 "Taurus/Goat" in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - September 16, 1994 (age 63) in Los Angeles, California (heart failure)

Dr. Mickey Malph (1976-1980) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
22.
“ Bobby (1980-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
23.
“ July 29, 1943 "Leo/Goat" in Mount Vernon, New York

Pinky Tuscadero (1976) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
24.
Ken Lerner
Ken Lerner is an American television, stage and film actor who is perhaps most famous for playing "Principal Flutie" in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the heartless HMO lawyer in Chicago Hope, Kurt Russell's lawyer in Unlawful Entry and Rocco Malachi in _Happy Days_. Lerner was born in Brooklyn...
“ Kenneth Lerner
May 27, 1948 "Gemini/Rat" in Brooklyn, New York

Rocco Baruffi (1975-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
25.
“ September 12, 1956 "Virgo/Monkey"

Jennifer Jerome (1978-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
26.
“ Eugene Belvin (1980-1982) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
27.
Penny Marshall
Penny Marshall was born Carole Penny Marshall in the Bronx, New York, on October 15, 1943. The Libra is 5' 6 1/2", with brown hair and green eyes. She is the daughter of Marjorie (Ward), a tap dance teacher, and Anthony "Tony" Marshall, an industrial film director. She is the younger sister of filmmakers Garry Marshall and Ronny Hallin...
“ Carole Penny Marshall
October 15, 1943 "Libra/Goat" in Bronx, New York

Laverne DeFazio (1975-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
28.
“ April 29, 1954 "Taurus/Horse" in Dublin, Ireland

Chuck Cunningham (1974) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
29.
Ed Peck
Actor, Bullitt
“ March 26, 1917 "Aries/Snake" in New York - September 12, 1992 (age 75) in Los Angeles, California (heart attack)

Police Officer Kirk (1975-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
30.
Linda Purl
Linda Purl was born in Connecticut and raised in Japan, becoming the only foreigner to train at the Toho Geino Academy. At the Imperial Theatre in Tokyo, she played the role of "Louis" in "The King and I" (in Japanese), "Bet" in "Oliver" and the role of "Helen Keller" in "The Miracle Worker". She then went to England to study under Marguerite Beale...
“ Linda M. Purl
September 2, 1955 "Virgo/Goat" in Greenwich, Connecticut

Gloria (1974) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
31.
Suzi Quatro
Thanks, Edgeplay
Suzi made her professional music debut at age eight, playing bongos in her father, Art Quatro's, jazz band. She left school at age 14 to appear on television as a go-go dancer and changed her name to Suzi Soul. At 15, she formed an all-girl group with her sisters Patti Quatro, Nancy Quatro and Arlene Quatro called "Suzi and the Pleasure Seekers"...
“ Susan Kay Quatrocchio
June 3, 1950 "Gemini/Tiger" in Detroit, Michigan

Leather Tuscadero (1977-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
32.
“ William Randolph Roberts
October 5, 1947 "Libra/Pig" in Fresno, California

Chuck Cunningham (1974) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
33.
“ June 1, 1952 "Gemini/Dragon" in Glendora, California

Wendy (1974-1975) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
34.
“ Bag Zombroski (1974-1977) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
35.
“ August 3, 1958 "Leo/Dog"

Tommy (1980-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
36.
“ October 6, 1940 "Libra/Dragon" in Englewood, New Jersey

Louisa Arcola-Delvecchio (1981-1984) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
37.
“ William Alan Leming
March 26, 1961 "Aries/Ox" in Gardena, California

Leopold 'Flip' Phillips (1982-1983) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
38.
Cindy Williams
Cindy Williams was born Cynthia Williams in Van Nuys, California on August 22, 1947. The Leo is 5'4" and, during her first years on Laverne & Shirley, weighed a dainty 105 lbs. The brown haired, blue-eyed female was born the daughter of Francesca Bellini and Beachard Williams. Her family was very poor (her father was an electronic technician)...
“ Cynthia Jane Williams
August 22, 1947 "Leo/Pig" in Van Nuys, California

Shirley Feeney (1975-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
39.
“ Garry Kent Maschiarelli
November 13, 1934 "Scorpio/Dog" in New York City

Creator/Writer/Executive Producer ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
40.
Jerry Paris
Director, Happy Days
Glimpsed here and there throughout the 1950s in amiable acting supports on film, it was as a TV producer and director that Jerry Paris found his true calling. In front of the camera, however, most fans will remember him quite fondly as the neighborhood dentist to Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore on Van Dyke's treasured TV comedy sitcom of the 60s...
“ William Gerald Paris
July 25, 1925 "Leo/Ox" in San Francisco, California - March 31, 1986 (age 60) in Los Angeles, California (brain tumor)

Director/Producer ” - TheDeadGodfather