14 items from 2013
The former model, 41, wrote on his blog, titled Tips From a Celebrity Wingman, that it would help in getting to know a woman through online conversations before meeting her, the New York Post reported.
The father-of-three asserted that men should date outside of their comfort zone and know how to flirt without being cheesy.
The soap star added that it also helps in summarizing your love for life and your passions. (Ani) »
- Leon David
Castle giving fans will enjoy a blast from the past on Monday when a former sitcom star meets an untimely demise in "Need to Know," as guest star Antonio Sabato Jr. gets his turn to relieve the era of big hair and funky pants.
Tell us a little about your role on this upcoming episode.
Oh yeah. It's been fun working on the show. I mean the crew, the cast, everybody has been awesome. I have the chance to play a role by the name of Ramon Russo. He used to work on a sitcom back in the day. I can't really reveal what's happening but a lot of things are happening with the »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Christine Orlando)
"Saved by the Bell" homage gets its Slater
Antonio Sabato Jr., best known for his roles on soap operas "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "General Hospital," will guest-star in episode 3 of Season 6. Sabato will play Ramon Russo, the heartthrob actor who once appeared in a '90s teen sitcom, "2 Cool for School." One of the actors gets murdered around the time of a reunion special, prompting a police investigation (as reported by TVGuide.com).
Considering the actor's Latin hunkiness, it's likely that Ramon Russo will be the fictional answer to Mario Lopez, who played Aj Slater on "Saved by the Bell." Sabato's episode is titled "Need to Know."
The new kid on the 12th Precinct block
There will be »
The "Castle" cast for Season 6 is still growing.
A rep for ABC has confirmed that Joshua Bitton has will have a multi-episode arc in Season 6 as Grant “Sully” Sullivan, a new detective trying to prove himself at the 12th Precinct, as first reported by TVLine.
Bitton, who's appeared on "Private Practice," "Justified" and many more primetime hits, joins a long list of new faces in the expanding "Castle" cast: Former soap star Antonio Sabato Jr. will play Ramon Russo, an actor best known for his role on the fictional "Saved By The Bell"-esque '90s sitcom "2 Cool For School"; Yancey Arias will appear in the first two episodes of Season 6 as Carl Villante, the head of an elite investigative unit who butts heads with both Beckett (Stana Katic) and Castle (Nathan Fillion); "24" alum Glenn Morshower will play Michael Reed, a former general who's determined to protect the secrets of »
- Jaimie Etkin
Castle has nabbed a bold, beautiful guest star for an upcoming nostalgia trip of an episode.
Sabato will play Ramon Russo, an actor best known for his role on 2 Cool For School, a fictional ’90s sitcom reminiscent of Saved By the Bell. When the show’s Screech-like character is murdered prior to a reunion movie, Castle, Esposito and Ryan must investigate… until someone very familiar steps in to help.
The actor has plenty of 1990s-era pop »
- Rebecca Iannucci
Quick, someone get Antonio Sabato Jr. a giant cell phone.
As someone who sounds a great deal like Zack Morris. Yes, that Zack Morris.
According to TV Guide, Sabato will portray Ramon Russo, the former star of a 1990s sitcom called 2 Cool for School.
When the cast of that series reunites for a film and the actor behind its Screech-like character turns up dead, Rick, Ryan and Esposito will have a few question's for Russo... until, the report claims, "a familiar face returns to lead the investigation."
Did it just give away that Castle does, indeed, leave for D.C. and then make her way back to New York?
Castle Season 6 premiere on September 23 at 10/9c. »
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
Castle is about to get a little nostalgic!
Former soap opera star Antonio Sabato Jr. will guest-star on the upcoming sixth season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. He will play Ramon Russo, an actor best known for his role on the fictional '90s sitcom 2 Cool For School.
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- Adam Bryant
On TV this Wednesday: New Top Chef Masters put on their aprons, Camp hosts a mixer, ABC Family casts its Spell-Mageddon and Joe Rogan Questions Everything poses its first query. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Arrow (The CW) | Repeat to Revisit: As Diggle and Felicity scramble to save a wounded Oliver’s life, the hero flashes back to when he and Slade tried to escape the island.
- Kimberly Roots
ABC Family's Baby Daddy is about to heat up. Antonio Sabato Jr., who first broke through on ABC soap General Hospital, is dropping by the half-hour comedy in a guest-starring turn in the July 24 episode as a new potential love interest. But for whom? Story: ABC Family Renews 'Baby Daddy for Third Season In "All's Flair in Love and War," the Rome-born model-actor plays one of Danny's (Derek Theier) new hockey teammates, Gerard. When Danny attempts to set Gerard up with his friend Riley (Chelsea Kane), he doesn't realize that Gerard already has his
- Philiana Ng
Today, Mark Wahlberg is a big box office draw, an Oscar nominee, the producer of half of HBO, and the co-lead in this weekend’s bicep-fest Pain & Gain. But follow me, fellow travelers, to a different time and place. The time? The ’90s. The place? The ’90s. Mark Wahlberg’s role as a sensitive American Dreamer/porn star in Boogie Nights ensured that he had a bright future beyond Calvin Klein and the Funky Bunch.
- Darren Franich
Last night one of the most ridiculous TV specials ever aired on Fox -- pitting D-list actors and reality stars against each other in a high dive competition."Stars In Danger: The High Dive" was basically "Diving with the Stars," with people like Kim and Kyle Richards, Antonio Sabato Jr., "Baywatch" alums David Chokachi and Alexandra Paul and football star Terrell Owens getting into swimsuits.And while the ladies looked great in their numbers, the guys stole the show.Antonio, David, Terrell and "So You Think You Can Dance" star Stephen "tWitch" Boss filled out their Speedos and put their fit physiques on display.Check out the pics above!So ... how did they do? Check out the video to see what happened when they paired up for a doubles round.In the end, Sabato Jr. was the winner of the evening. Did you watch the bizarre special last night? What'd you think? »
- tooFab Staff
Fans have been watching celebrities stepping out of their comfort zone on various competition shows for decades now. But "Stars in Danger: The High Dive" saw them not only have to tackle a difficult sport, but they had to do it in very tight clothing. The special brought together eight celebrities, including the Richards sisters from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Kim and Kyle tackled the easiest dives, as their biggest challenge was facing Kyle's fear of heights. But for the women, the experience was more about tightening their bond as sisters. It's a good thing, too, as they didn't do very well in the competition at all.
In fact, one of the strongest competitors wasn't supposed to compete at all. When Jennifer "JWoww" Farley was medically unable to dive, her alternate, Alexandra Paul from "Baywatch" stepped in. Paul wound up coming second in both the single and doubles »
- Jason Hughes
My esteemed colleague Mandi Bierly and I just sat through two hours of “celebrity” diving and can officially break this staggering news: Stephen “tWitch” Boss wore way too many clothes on So You Think You Can Dance. Nice shot, Fox! Well done. It’s a hit.
Seriously, though — I was hooked on Stars in Danger: The High Dive. I knew it was stupid and I didn’t care. How genius, to make a cheesy celebrity sporting event like this a one-time special. It’s so much easier to lie about what you’re up to for one night than 13. Just imagine »
- Annie Barrett
On TV this Wednesday: Fox puts Stars in Danger, mob rule reigns at the People’s Choice Awards, Nashville sings again, Horror Story: Asylum milks its antepenultimate episode for all it’s worth and Suburgatory tries to be fly. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (always linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Stars in Danger: The High Dive (Fox) | Fox jumps into the diving-show pool first (ABC’s Celebrity Diving debuts in March) with this two-hour special in which “stars” learn Olympic-style dives and then perform them in a competition. Those taking the »
- Kimberly Roots
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