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Born: September 22, 1961 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Began career doing voiceovers and commericals at age nine
1976:
Film acting debut, the title role in Alan Parker's "Bugsy Malone"
1977:
Appeared as regular on ABC sitcom "Blansky's Beauties"
1980:
Starred in TV drama "Stoned," an "ABC Afterschool Special"
1980:
First TV-movie, "The Boy Who Drank Too Much" (CBS)
1977:
Played regular role of Chachi Arcola on "Happy Days" (ABC); first teaming with Ellen Travolta as his mother
1982:
Starred opposite Erin Moran on short-lived spin-off sitcom "Joanie Loves Chachi" (ABC)
1982:
First screen teaming with Willie Aames, "Zapped!"
1984:
Played title role on CBS sitcom "Charles in Charge"; Aames played his best friend and Travolta guest-starred on numerous episodes as his mother
1987:
Reprised role of Charles in the syndicated version of "Charles in Charge"; made directorial debut
1991:
Starred on ABC sitcom "Baby Talk"
1993:
Co-starred with Dick Van Dyke for one season on "Diagnosis Murder" (CBS)
1995:
Began hosting "Before They Were Stars" specials for ABC
1997:
Announced to star on Fox sitcom "Rewind," but show pulled two weeks before premiere
2000:
Starred in crime comedy "Very Mean Men" alongside Matthew Modine and Martin Landau
2001:
Wrote and starred in "Face to Face"
2004:
Cast as Bill Biscane/Kane in the comedy "Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2"
2005:
Landed recurring role on critically hailed Fox sitcom "Arrested Development" as the Bluth family lawyer Bob Loblaw
2007:
Starred on VH1 reality series "Scott Baio Is 45...and Single"
2009:
Hosted VH1 series "Confessions of a Teen Idol"
2012:
Returned to series TV with title role on sitcom "See Dad Run" (Nickelodeon)

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