Author - Nimrod Ganzarski

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The Dance Police. A Must See

We like everything happy. That’s how humans work. When things are not happy, we try and make them happy. If things are too strict, we try and find a way to let loose within the strictness.

When we expect hardship and find the contrary, we get happy. It’s so simple and easy to make humans happy, isn’t it?
So when we see a video taken at a police station, there is very little we can expect from it. Usually, happiness is not one of those things to expect.

Thankfully, there are sometimes when we are wrong. This is one of those times. Most happy stories about police are about how they helped someone, but this time, happiness comes in a different way.

This one story shows the good, human side of police officers. It was released from the El Paso County Sherriff’s Office. For a while, the lift at the office kept breaking down. It was causing a lot of consternation and, as you might imagine, they wanted to get to the bottom of the problem.
Seeing a good chance to put their powers to use, the cops installed a tiny hidden camera to see if they could spot the root cause of the issue. The hope was that if there was something or someone causing it, they would spot it with the camera.

While we don’t know if the video was able to help capture the cause of the problems or if top brass are still looking into the issue, what we do know is that the officers decided to put the camera to good use. They put up an elevator show by young officers, featuring the Sherriff himself. It’s a comical sight and something that just reminds you that outside of those livewire moments when a cop has to enforce a law that, generally, they can be good, honest people for the most part.

Have a watch at the video and you will get to see a more human side to the cops. Just remember that these days everything is caught on camera; even the rather wonderful (if awkward) moves of the local PD!

Share this to show others that sometimes cops can be damn cool when we aren’t blaming them for all of society’s ills.

We like everything happy. That’s how humans work. When things are not happy, we try and make them happy. If things are too strict, we try and find a way to let loose within the strictness.
When we expect hardship and find the contrary, we get happy...

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Car Crash Proposal. This Guy Went Overboard

People are often assumed to fall in and out of love so many times in their lives. This one emotion can create the strongest of relationships and break the biggest of hearts all at the same time. It is a deep feeling that is a gateway to an array of actions and words. You always want the one you love to know it, feel it and reciprocate it. It’s a human thing. Every person has their own way to love, it may be sending gifts to your partner, spending more time with them, taking care of the children, listening to him/her or even just being a silent partner.

This same emotion can stir up the wildest of actions. How many times have you heard of clothes being thrown out of the house? Cars being keyed? People arguing? Are items being broken? Or even fights? All because the concerned parties are in some type of love related issues. Some even go to lengths such as faking their own deaths. Yes, you read that right, pretending that they are dead.

A young man known as Alexy Bykov fell into this odd category. He decided to ask his long-term girlfriend to spend the rest of her life with him by faking that he had passed away. He got a native Russian group of filmmakers to assist him with his planning.
He invited his girlfriend to meet him at a certain place and to her dismay, she was met by a road carnage site.

There were ambulances, crashed cars and broken glass everywhere. She saw paramedics attempting to help Alexy, when she rushed over they broke the news to her, Alexy hadn’t made it. She broke down into tears, that was probably the cue because at that exact moment and popped the big question.

Why? Just why? You may be wondering, but maybe he just wanted her to picture the world without him, then notice that her heart would shatter into a million tiny pieces. This would probably motivate her into the realization that she loves him. Whatever the motivation was, she said yes. She went through an insane cycle of happiness to confusion to panic to shock to deep sorrow, then back to shock and finally happiness.

This proposal is one most people would do without because right after you would probably need to go to a psychiatrist to help you untangle your emotions. On the brighter side, Alexy got the girl of his dreams. Maybe she loves the adrenaline and this was the perfect proposal for her. Somebody should have told him that the phrase till death do us part doesn’t need a drill.
Love brings out the craziest of actions, but at the end of the day, everyone loves to love.

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People are often assumed to fall in and out of love so many times in their lives. This one emotion can create the strongest of relationships and break the biggest of hearts all at the same time. It is a deep feeling that is a gateway to an array of actions...


10 strange secrets about The Big Bang Theory

Big Bang Theory (BBT) is one of the most popular shows on CBS. BBT grabbed the attention of many viewers when it aired in 2007. With the exceptional writing of Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, amazing performances by actors Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kelley Cuoco along with perfect comic timing, this show is widely watched and loved all over the world.

Every character in this show has a unique ability and they are appreciated in their own way. This show is not only about science and intelligence but it is all about friendship, relationships and love. Everything about this show is amazing and no matter how many times you watch it, you will love it even more.

However, there are some strange facts about this show that the fans would be fascinated to know. Here are the top 10 strange secrets of The Big Bang Theory:

1. Lenny Penny Kenny.
As we all are aware that the name ‘The Big Bang Theory’ is symbolically given to this show with the purpose of not only science but also the fact of something new is being created. Magical as that sounds, this wasn’t the first name chosen by the writers. At first, the show was to be called ‘Lenny Penny Kenny’, featuring three main characters and so of course, the name’s Sheldon and Lennard would never have been introduced and neither would have all the other characters.

2. Mayim Bialik.
In this exceptional show where the writers and directors have tried to make everything look authentic, there is one authentic detail that most fans don’t know. Actress Mayim Bialik is the only actress in the show who is actually a scientist. She is a neuroscientist and got her doctorate degree in 2008. It is so great to have an actual doctor on set!

3. Hidden Injuries.
Another interesting thing about the show is that many of the actors have had many serious injuries but the directors have very smartly handled them. During season 4, Kelley Cuoco broke her leg while horseback riding so the directors made her do all the scenes behind the counter so that fans wouldn’t be disappointed and the shooting wouldn’t stop. Another actor, Mayim Bialik who plays the role of Amy, broke her arm in a car accident but had to hide it throughout the entire season 6.

4. Sheldon and Star Trek.
Now, as a Big Bang theory fan, we all know how crazy Sheldon is about Star Trek and that he has shared multiple references related to the Brand. However, the actor who plays Sheldon, Jim Parsons, has admitted having never watched Star Trek in his entire life. Also, he has never watched any of the other fictional shows that Sheldon loves including Doctor Who.

5. The Theorists.
We all know how unique The Big Bang Theory is. Who would have thought of a comic show about a group of science nerds and their friendship with a completely opposite girl who has the dream of becoming an actress? Seeing how amazing and different this show was, some people actually did try to copy the idea. In 2010, a show was aired with the name of ‘The Theorists’ in Belarus. When the actors of that show discovered that the producers have stolen the idea, they left.

6. Bazinga.
Sheldon’s all-time favorite phrase ‘Bazinga’ became so popular that some scientists actually used it in one of their discoveries. In 2013, a new species of orchid bee was discovered by Brazilian scientists and they decided to name it Euglossa Bazinga after the catchphrase bazinga. How cool is that? The producers thought that Sheldon would be very thrilled to know that an actual scientific discovery was named after his famous catchphrase.

7. Musical abilities.
Some of the people in the show have a remarkable ability to play musical instruments. In one episode, Sheldon plays the Theremin and the actor, Jim Parsons, played it all by himself regardless of the fact that the Theremin is one of the most difficult instruments to play. Other than that, Mayim Bialik actually learned how to play the harp for one of the episodes where Amy has to play it. Also, Johnny Galecki plays an amazing piano, it is not yet shown on the show but we’re still hoping.

8. Penny’s last name.
Isn’t it interesting that sometimes we skip the slightest details of the show we love? Have you ever noticed that the character of Penny has always been a sort of mystery for the fans? Her last name is literally never mentioned in the show and the producers like to keep it that way. Other than that, Penny’s mother was also never mentioned on the show. Kind of a mystery don’t you think? Despite all that, Penny made a way to everyone’s heart and is one of the most adored characters of the show.

9. Lennard’s glasses.
Lennard’s character has always been wonderful, charming and awkward but what lights up his character is his pair of glasses. It may sound stereotypical for a nerd to wear glasses, but with Lennard, it just fits. However, the actor, Johnny Galecki, doesn’t wear glasses. So throughout the show, he has been wearing glasses without any lens in them and the fans never figured it out and quite honestly, Lennard would have looked a little alternative without the glasses.

10. Blind casting.
We all know and agree with the fact that Jim Parsons is one of finest actors on The Big Bang Theory and he is just the perfect guy to play Sheldon. However, when Jim was called upon to audition, he did not know who Chuck Lorre was, he thought he was auditioning for the game show host Chuck Woolery. Nevertheless, Jim Parsons gave an amazing audition and became the best Sheldon anyone could have ever been.


Big Bang Theory (BBT) is one of the most popular shows on CBS. BBT grabbed the attention of many viewers when it aired in 2007. With the exceptional writing of Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, amazing performances by actors Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki and Kelley...

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Celebrity Deaths: Truth or Conspiracy?

You may not want to believe it, but everyone dies, even celebrities. Unlike deaths of non-celebrities, celebrity deaths are obviously more talked about, and sometimes, the cause of their death is remembered more than they are.

These celebrities died from reasons which some are considered mysterious at best. There are rumors and different theories about their deaths. Do you believe the official reasons or are you a conspiracy buff?
Expect to be shocked about some of these theories, as they make perfect sense.

Rumors About Robin Williams’ Death

Comedian and much-beloved actor Robin Williams shocked the world when reports of his suicide filled the news headlines on August 11, 2014. His wife later revealed that Williams did not have depression. Williams reportedly had Lewy body dementia. An autopsy of his body later confirmed that he indeed had the disease.

However, theorists adamantly believe that Williams was murdered by the Illuminati as a sacrifice in a form of a ritual to worship the devil.

What happened to Brittany Murphy?

Actress Brittany Murphy died in 2009. The autopsy report officially declared her cause of death as natural due to a combination of anemia and pneumonia. A mere three months after Murphy died, her husband passed away too due to the same condition of having anemia and pneumonia.

Some consider the possibility that their deaths were due to toxic mold or drug abuse. However, a theory suggests that Murphy was silenced by the Department of Homeland Security due to her exposure of immigration failings on the border of Mexico.

You may not want to believe it, but everyone dies, even celebrities. Unlike deaths of non-celebrities, celebrity deaths are obviously more talked about, and sometimes, the cause of their death is remembered more than they are.
These celebrities died from...


This Courageous Cop Helped Out a Shoplifter

When someone steals from a store, the stigma of theft can ruin their entire lives. Most of the time, we like seeing thieves and other people caught out taking what is not there to be taken. When the cops roll into the store to huckle them away for their theft, it’s usually something that the public enjoy watching – a rogue getting their comeuppance. However, sometimes, people who are stealing aren’t doing it out of badness or greed – but out of necessity.

Take Bennet Johns, a US Police Officer at Laurel PD, Maryland, was called to a theft attempt in a Giant grocery store, he walked in expecting the usual scenario to unfold. However, what he found was a young woman, ID unknown, who had tried to steal $15 worth of diapers for her child. When he arrived and heard her side of the story, he found out that she had stolen them to help her infant son.

On the spot, he cited for a misdemeanor theft – which was nice. Some officers would take the liberty here and take them in. Instead, Johns decided to get the wallet out and pay for the goods himself – she might have stolen, but that does not mean that her son should need to go without.

Good Deed Goes Viral

Very quickly, people took to social media to share a positive story about a police officer doing a great, charming and selfless deed. The public hopped onto the story and the goodwill that it generated as absolutely outstanding. The PD Facebook page became inundated with kinds works and respectful thanks for the Officer, having made a positive difference while giving a valuable lesson to the mother.

OK, she was still a criminal – but not everyone commits crimes out of bad intentions. This lady wanted to help her infant son out but didn’t have enough money to do so. Should her child suffer because her economic situation is so bad? Some heartless folks may say yes, but we say otherwise.

While we are used to hearing bad stores about the cops of this world, the showcase rolled on and everyone was happy to promote a positive, heart-warming story about a police officer who was happy to give out a little advice but not leave her and her son empty-handed.

Speaking to Fox News, PD Chief Richard Mclaughlin, was very positive and enthusiastic about what he had seen along the way. He said that he was proud of all of his officers, but “particularly this one.”

Just remember, then, that not every copper is a crook and not everyone who has to help themselves is a criminal. Don’t judge a book by its cover and all that; sometimes, our actions are fed by a desperation to help others rather than ourselves. That’s majorly apparent reading this story. Well done, Officer!

When someone steals from a store, the stigma of theft can ruin their entire lives. Most of the time, we like seeing thieves and other people caught out taking what is not there to be taken. When the cops roll into the store to huckle them away for their...

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80’s Kid Stars – Where Are They Now?

Where have these 1980’s child actors been? You adored them back then, are they still adorable now? Stop asking and start discovering what these actors and actresses are doing now. Prepare to be pleasantly surprised or a bit sad. Some managed to go beyond their 15-minute glory while most decided to pursue a career path that had nothing to do with entertainment.

Think what you want, say what you want. These kids went through hell and deserve a break. Give them some attention, why don’t you?

Let’s begin…

Remember Ricky Schroder?

Ricky Schroder was first seen in the movie The Champ. Though still a child, he played opposite big-name stars Faye Dunaway and Jon Voight in the said movie. He later appeared on TV as Ricky Stratton in the sitcom Silver Spoons. The show ran from 1982 to 1987 and audiences practically saw him grow up on TV. For twenty years he continued acting on movies and TV.

He was in 2010’s Get Him to the Greek where he was seen in a cameo role as himself.

The Cosby Show’s Keshia Knight Pulliam

Keshia was first seen on Sesame Street when she was only 4-years-old. Her most popular role was as Rudy Huxtable in the popular sitcom The Cosby Show. She was also the youngest actress to ever be nominated for an Emmy for Best Supporting Actress. Since the 80’s, she has continued working on TV as well as behind the cameras.

She was in 2005’s Beauty Shop as well as in Tyler Perry’s House of Payne – a TV series which ran from 2007 to 2012. This Atlanta native also runs her own production company.

Tracey Gold from Growing Pains

She started acting when she was only four years old. Her big break came when she was cast in Growing Pains as Carol Seavers. She was only 16 years old. It was a role she was most famous for and one that she played until 1992. At the peak of her career, everyone thought of her as the perfect teenager yet she was actually battling anorexia.

She later married Roby Marshall two years after the series ended. She now has four sons. Her recent work was in 2014’s TV Movie, “My Dad’s a Soccer Mom”.

Danny Lloyd from The Shining

Danny Lloyd played Jack Nicholson’s son in “The Shining” – an iconic horror movie directed by Stanley Kubrick. Though he starred in this classic film, Danny didn’t last in show business. He quit the industry when he was only 14 years old. He later worked in Wal-Mart. He was also employed on a hog farm where he drove a tractor.

He then went to college like a regular kid. He is now a biology teacher and is leading a normal life with his wife and six kids.

Punky Brewster’s Soleil Moon Frye

At the young age of seven, Soleil Moon Frye became a TV star when she got the role of Punky Brewster – a sitcom about a brunette-haired street kid adopted by a kindly old man. The series ran from 1984 to 1988. When the series ended, she continued to do cameos for shows such as Saved By The Bell and The Wonder Years.

She still acts and at times does voice-overs for different animated series, one of which is Robot Chicken. Soleil is now a mom to three kids. She also founded a crafts company for children named Moonfrye.

Remember heartthrob Kirk Cameron in Growing Pains?

Kirk Cameron began acting on TV when he was only nine years old. His break came when he bagged the role of Mike Seaver in the sitcom Growing Pains. The 15-year old became a teen heartthrob and a household name. However, during the series’ run, Cameron became seriously involved with religion. His strict beliefs caused tension on set.

He demanded scenes to adhere to his conservative values. The show had to fire a co-star when Cameron discovered the actress posed for Playboy. Currently, Cameron is a born-again Christian who has set up his own ministry.

Remember Sean Astin in The Goonies?

Sean Astin was the kid with asthma in his 1985 debut movie, The Goonies. Though he was then a 14-year old unknown who had a few TV and movie credits, his presence in the movie helped make it a cult classic. Astin worked continuously through the 1980s and 1990s.

But it was not until his role as Samwise Gamgee in the blockbuster movie Lord of the Rings did he receive critical acclaim.

He is currently part of the popular Netflix series Stranger Things.

Little House on the Prairies’ Melissa Gilbert

Melissa Gilbert’s TV debut was as Laura Ingalls in the popular series “Little House on the Prairie”. The show ran for nine years that she practically grew up on TV. Her recent TV appearance was in Secrets and Lies as the character of Lisa Daly. Currently, her interest has shifted to politics.

The once child star considered a career in politics in 2016 when she announced her intent to run for U.S. Congress in the 8th Congressional District of Michigan.

Jonathan Ke Quan in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (and The Goonies)

Remember the little Asian boy named Shortstop in the 1984 action-adventure movie “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom? That boy is Jonathan Ke Quan. After Temple of Doom, Ke Quan starred in another Spielberg production, The Goonies. He was also seen in the TV series Together We Stand.

He is currently a stunt choreographer for blockbuster movies such as X-Men, and The One. Ke Quan is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, and English.

The Wonder Years’ Danica McKellar

Remember Fred Savage’s pretty love interest in the TV series “The Wonder Years”? She’s Danica McKellar. She played the role of Winnie Cooper for five years that she practically grew up in front of the TV cameras. After the series, she went on to do voice work for the cartoon series Phineas and Ferb as well as Transformers: Rescue Bots.

But her big success came in 2009 when she authored Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who’s Boss – a book to help kids deal with Math which she wrote thanks to her UCLA Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree.

Jerry Supiran from Small Wonder

Jerry Supiran was the cute kid in the TV sitcom “Small Wonder”. He played Jamie Lawson, the “brother” of the family’s adopted girl robot V.I.C.I. The show ran from the years 1985 to 1989. Unfortunately, despite the fame he received from the show, Supiran eventually became broke and homeless when a stripper, he was in a relationship with, took everything in his trust fund.

His half a million dollars was also stolen by his money adviser. He had to live under a bridge and the homeless shelter. Recently, Supiran planned to enter Dancing With The Stars.

Lukas Haas from the movie Witness

Lukas Haas was a child actor seen opposite Harrison Ford in the 1985 movie Witness. Years later, Haas has been quietly acting but in less starry roles. He has appeared in the movies Inception, Alpha Dog, Transcendence, and Brick. He also appeared with his childhood actor friend Leonardo di Caprio in the 2016 movie The Revenant.

Haas was also linked to actresses Lindsay Lohan and Natalie Portman. He remains friends with fellow actors Tobey Maguire and Ethan Suplee.

Brian Austin Green was also in Small Wonder

Green was a child actor who was seen in numerous 80’s shows such as Knots Landing, Highway to Heaven, Small Wonder, and Baywatch. But his most popular role was in the TV series Beverly Hills 90210 – a show that ran for a decade.

Green is now married to Megan Fox. They have three sons. Green is still currently active in both TV and movies. His latest film work was in the 2017 movie Cross Wars.

80’s Teen Idol Corey Feldman

Corey Feldman was the most popular and recognizable teen actor during the 1980’s. He was merely a toddler when he started in show business via a Mcdonald’s commercial. His first TV appearance was in the series “Bad News Bears”. But his role in the movie “The Goonies”, sealed his place in 80’s pop culture. He also starred in the hit movie “Stand By Me” as well as “The Lost Boys”.

He is currently trying his hand in music as a singer and is also attempting to expose Hollywood’s sinister pedophile ring.

The sad life of Corey Haim

Teen 80’s heartthrob Corey Haim was best known for his roles in the movies “The Lost Boys” as well as in “License to Drive”. But drugs, specifically his addiction to Valium and cocaine, took the best of him and he died in 2010, at the age of 38. In a 2007 interview, Haim admitted that he ruined himself “to the point (he) wasn’t functional enough to work for anybody, even (himself).”

Before his death, he reportedly went in and out of rehab more than fifteen times.

Andrew Koenig from Growing Pains grew up in pain

Andrew Koenig was popularly known as Richard “Boner” Stabone in the 80’s show Growing Pains. But after the sitcom ended, he became popular for a different, albeit sad reason – he suffered from depression and took his life in 2010, when he was 41 years old. Before his suicide, Koenig went missing in Vancouver, British Columbia.

It was his father, Star Trek actor Walter Koenig, who announced to the media about Andrew’s battle with depression and eventual death.

Who can forget Alyssa Milano in “Who’s The Boss”?

Alyssa Milano began to act when she was eight years old where she bagged the role of Annie in a touring production. She later became a household name when she was 11. Her role as Samantha Micelli in the hit sitcom Who’s The Boss was her first big TV break. In the 1990’s, Alyssa scored another hit when she starred in the TV series Charmed.

Alyssa is currently the host of the reality TV show “Project Runway: All Stars”.

Where is sweet ‘Full House’ star, Jodie Sweetin?

Jodie Sweetin was the cute kid in the TV sitcom Full House. But her adult life turned not so sweet when she developed a destructive addiction to meth – a secret she kept hidden from her then-husband Shaun Holguin, an officer from the LAPD. She later went to treatment and divorced Holguin. She eventually married the father of her daughter Zoie, Cody Herpin.

Sweetin then wrote a book entitled “unSweetined” where she detailed her experience on being addicted to ecstasy, cocaine, and meth.

Where is Websters’, Emmanuel Lewis?

Emmanuel Lewis was only twelve years old when he starred as the titular character in the 1983 TV show Webster. The sitcom ran until 1989. After the show ended, so did Lewis’ TV career. His next TV appearance was not until 2001 when he showed up as himself in the game show The Weakest Link. He was also seen in the 2003 reality show The Surreal Life.

He had a cameo in Kickin’ It Old Skool in 2007 and was also in a 2013 episode of Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis.

Saved By the Bell’s Dustin Diamond

Remember lovable nerd Screech in the sitcom Saved By The Bell? The role was played convincingly by Dustin Diamond from the late 1980’s all the way to the early 1990’s. But 2006 proved to be a challenge to Dustin when he released a sex tape that had a title similar to his Saved By The Bell character. The tape saw Screech in compromising and un-sexy scenes.

His manager hoped that the tape would help Dustin get back into show business. It didn’t help. When talking about the future, he says: “I’m starting to shift my act towards something more mature. It’s an evolution where I’ve reached that point where I have stuff to pass on to my offspring: ‘Learn from my mistakes. Here’s something stupid Daddy did.'”

Where is Molly Ringwald now?

Molly Ringwald was the quintessential It Girl during the 1980’s. She starred in TV’s “Different Strokes” and “The Facts of Life”. But it was in the iconic teen movie Sixteen Candles that Ringwald became a household name. Her role as Samantha Barker established her as America’s sweetheart. Ringwald has since been married to writer Panio Gianopoulos.

She is also a mom to three kids. The actress also writes having penned a memoir, “Getting the Pretty Back”, and a collection of fiction entitled “When It Happens to You”.

Different Strokes’ Dana Plato

Dana Plato’s future seems set when she bagged the role of Kimberly Drummond in the popular TV sitcom “Different Strokes” in 1978. Unfortunately, her character was written off in 1984 amidst rumors of her drug addiction. After the show, Plato sought to find different roles to play. She emerged in 1989 in Playboy magazine. She also starred in B-movies.

She also went into softcore pornography. Plato died in 1999 when she was 34 years old due to a Vicodin and Vanadom overdose.

The years have been kind to The Wonder Years’ Fred Savage

Fred Savage was only nine years old when he bagged TV and film roles. He was in the cult classic movie The Princess Bride in 1986 as well as in The Boy Who Could Fly. But his big TV break came when he starred as Fred Savage in the series “The Wonder Years”. Savage won two Emmys for playing the role of Kevin Arnold.

His role in the series also helped him garner two nominations from the Golden Globes. Though the series ended in 1993, Savage continued to appear in movies such as 2002’s “Austin Powers in Goldmember”. He was also seen in the sitcom, “The Grinder”. He is now a TV director, husband, and father to three kids.

Macaulay Culkin

After becoming famous in 1990 for the Home Alone movie-turned-franchise, Macaulay lost his way. He did, however, act in other successful films, like ‘My Girl’, but as he grew out of his cuteness, his star faded out.

Lately, he started getting himself back in the saddle, and after announcing a new relationship with actress Brenda Song, we can also find him acting in the new Seth Green’s movie, Changeland.

What happened to Gary Coleman?

Gary Coleman is a pop culture icon thanks to his role as Arnold Jackson in the TV sitcom “Diff’rent Strokes”. He became a household name due to his “What’choo talkin’ `bout, Willis?” line frequently uttered in the show. Unfortunately, he similarly became infamous with his run-ins with the law.

He has been cited numerous times for disorderly conduct. He was also charged with assault in 1998 for punching a bus driver. He died in 2010 due to an epidural hematoma. He was 42 years old.

Hollywood still loves Jason Bateman

Jason Bateman was a teen idol in the 1980’s. He made his TV debut in the series “The Little House on the Praire” when he was 12 years old. His most popular role was as the Teen Wolf in the movie “Teen Wolf Too”. He similarly struggled with drug abuse and alcohol addiction but he returned in 2003 in the cult comedy series “Arrested Development” – a show which helped him earn two Emmy nominations as well as a Golden Globe.

He has since acted in successful movies such as “Horrible Bosses” and “Identity Theft”. He is married to fellow actor Amanda Anka. They have two children.

Drew Barrymore is still Hollywood Royalty

Drew Barrymore comes from Hollywood royalty due to her being the granddaughter of actor John Barrymore. She was only six years old when she starred in Steven Spielberg’s “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial”. Unfortunately, she too abused drugs and alcohol that she was in and out of rehab three times before she reached the age of 15.

She also attempted suicide and ran away from home. She decided to sober up though and since then, she has starred in Hollywood blockbusters and romantic comedy movies. She won a Golden Globe for her role in the HBO movie “Grey Gardens”. She is now a mom to two daughters and is married to Will Kopelman.

Flight of the Navigator’s Joey Cramer

The 1986 movie Flight of the Navigator saw child star Joey Cramer play the role of David Freeman, a boy abducted by an alien spacecraft. The role earned him a nomination from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films for ‘Best Performance by a Young Actor’ in 1987.

This Canadian native was also in the Tom Selleck starred Runaway and the movie D.A.R.Y.L. Unfortunately, his career screeched to a halt in the 1990’s. He was last seen in 2016 robbing a bank in Gibson, British Columbia while wearing a shoulder-length wig.

Lisa Bonet as Denise Huxtable in ‘The Cosby Show’ and ‘A Different World’

As a teenager, Lisa Bonet played Denise Huxtable in both The Cosby Show and A Different World. Denise, known for her eccentric clothing and free-spirit earned the reputation as a ‘wild-child’, something that affected her real image too!

Nowadays  she is happily married to gorgeous Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa, and raising her second child. She has not appeared on-screen since 2008 in he British television series ‘Life on Mars’

Tiffany Renee Darwish shot to fame with her single “I Think We’re Alone Now”

Tiffany was discovered in her hometown of California during the early 80’s when she came second in “Star Search” with her remake of the single “I Think We’re Alone Now”. The 16-year-old sudden fame saw her embark on a mall tour of the country as her album hit number 1! Sadly, the story has an wful ending. Her manager and family dragged her to court in a heated battle for control of her career since she was still a minor. It took a toll on her career and she faded away as quickly as she came.

These days she makes appearances here and there, such as on season three of Food Network’s Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Of in 2014. She has also opened her own clothing boutique.

Todd Bridges won the role of Will Jackson on “Diff’rent Strokes”

Todd Bridges was born for fame with his mother being an actress and his father a talent agent. His first role was at the early age of 8, and his 8-years on the very popular “Diff’rent Strokes” helped him rise to fame as a teen in the 80’s/ however, he began to struggle with a crack-cocaine addiction and was arrested and later acquitted for attempted murder of a drug dealer.

Years later Todd still struggles to toe the line, he landed in court for stabbing a man. Charged were dropped since it was deemed he acted in self-defense. Bridges as continues acting in a small role such as in the sitcom ‘Everybody Hates Chis’, but has never reached the fame he did in the 80’s.

Jeff Cohen was in The Goonies

Jeff Cohen’s most memorable role was in the 1985 movie The Goonies. Before this film, he has done mostly TV work at the young age of nine. Unfortunately, when he grew up and lost his baby fat when he was in his teens, Jeff became almost unrecognizable. Jeff decided to pursue a slightly different path. He became an entertainment lawyer.

He went to the University of California, Berkeley to study business. He later went to UCLA School of Law. His efforts paid off as the Hollywood Reported included him on their list of top 35 entertainment executives under the age of 35.

Sean O’Neal from ‘Clarissa Explains It All’

O’Neal is an American Actor that got his big break when he was still very small when he earned a role on the show ‘Clarissa Explains It All’. According to the actor’s website, following his days of being Clarissa’s best friend, he was approached by a boy band and asked to join but refused.

Though he has not been in anything of late, and little is known about the child-star now, he did have a small role on the TV Series ‘ Development Hell’ and is apparently still auditioning and trying to get his second big break… good luck buddy.

Will Wheaton in “ Stand by Me” and Star Trek

Wheaton was acting in commercials already at age 7 and scored his big break when he starts on “Stand by Me” in 1986. Later, he won the role of Ensign Wesley Crusher in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” on which he starred until 1994. After that, Wheaton decided to say goodbye to Hollywood.

He relocated to Topeka, Kansas where he works for a technology company, and still makes Hollywood appearances now and then like popping up in an episode of “ The Big Bang Theory” .

Michael J Fox

When Michael J fox burst onto the scene as Marty McFly in Back to the Future, the world went wild. With his brilliant comedic and heartfelt performance, his career in acting was set. He has had his fair share of health problems, and in 1991, only aged 29, he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. In 2001 he semi-retired from acting due to the worsening of his condition.

The past few years have seen Fox dabble in other areas of film, from 2012, he has appeared in The Michael J. Fox Show which is loosely based on his life as well as making guest appearances on several other shows like ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm.’

Johnny Depp

We all know Johnny Depp. The Pirate, the lover, the eccentric, Depp has managed to embody just about every different kind of character in his acting career, and it’s no wonder he is considered one of the greatest actors in our generation.

But all that started way back in the 80’s, when Depp rose to prominence in the TV series ‘21 Jump Street’ in which he became in instant teen idol and heartthrob for girls around the world. However, the experience for Depp was not altogether positive as he felt it pushed him to a certain role of product.

It was from this experience that he decided to only pick roles that he felt challenged him- and judging by the roles he has played since, he stood by his word!

Rob Lowe

Lowe’s career highlights all stemmed from the 80’s. he became a teen idol, starring in films such as ‘The Outsiders’, ‘St. Elmo’s Fire; and About Last Night’.

Since then, one could say his acting career dwindled, with him finding more success in TV roles. His years after were also marred by scandals, including a sex scandal involving him being filmed engaging in sexual activities with a 16-year-old. As of recent years, he has appeared in series such as Code Black, and ‘The Lowe Files’.

Kevin Bacon

Bacon had his first commercially successful role when he starred in the box-office smash ‘Footloose’, which both made him an instant heartthrob, and earned him a wide range of critiques approval.

However, like Johnny Depp, he felt his success in his earlier works led to typecasting and he had difficulty shaking of the image he had garnered in Footloose. As of late, he has appeared in FOX series ‘The Following’.

Tiffany Brissette as V.I.C.I. in Small Wonder

It is difficult to forget the little girl robot V.I.C.I. in the TV sitcom Small Wonder. The show ran for four years and starred Tiffany Brissette as the adorable robot girl. When the show ended, she went on to act in the series Parker Lewis Can’t Lose. She also did voice work for a two-dimensional computer video called “Why Christmas Trees Aren’t Perfect”.

Her last TV work was in 1991 in the series Equal Justice. Tiffany currently works as a registered nurse in Boulder, Colorado.

Matt Dillon

Dillon established himself as a teen idol with the series of films he starred in in the 80’s including My Bodyguard (1980), Little Darlings (1980), Tex (1982), Rumble Fish (1983) The Outsiders (1983) and The Flamingo Kid (1984). But unlike many other stars who got stuck in their younger acting stereotype roles, Dillon managed to keep his career going for years to come.

Only in 2015 he starred in the series Wayward Pines, where he portrays an American Secret Service Agent.

Ralph Macchio

Aka, Daniel LaRusso, in the famous Karate Kid series. Every now and then we get to see Macchio in TV series or in a movie or two, but wherever he is, Karate Kid will follow. He can’t shake off the image of that ‘wax on – wax off’ kid with the Crane Move that brought him the winner title in the karate games.

He lives in California, married and has two children. At the 30th anniversary party for the Karate Kid film at the museum of the Japanese American in 2014, Macchio said that the yellow 1947 Ford convertible he drove in the movie is sitting in the garage of his home!

Macchio will go back to play Daniel Larusso once again in a 30-minute, 10-part Karate Kid series for a YouTube channel called Cobra Kai (Mister Miyagi’s nemesis in the movie) in 2018.

Neil Patrick Harris

This incredibly talented, and incredibly funny actor began his road to fame as a child star when he was cast in a drama film ‘ Clara’s Heart’ starring Whoopi Goldberg. His portrayal of David, who comes to trust and depend on Whoopi’s character, earned him major approval from film critiques and set him on his acting path.

We all know Harris’s acting success went from strength to strength, with his most known role as the legendary Barney Stinson, a serial womanizer who has almost a cult-like following due to his crazy antics.

Troop Beverly Hills’ Jenny Lewis

Jenny Lewis was nine years old when she was luckily cast with the legendary Lucille Ball in the sitcom “Life with Lucy” back in 1985. But her big break came in 1989 when she played the role of Hannah in the series “Troop Beverly Hills”. Lewis later had a romantic relationship with David Faustino and Jake Gyllenhall.

She changed careers and pursued music by being a lead singer of the indie group Rilo Kiley with her then-beau Blake Sennett. Currently, she is still singing but with new boyfriend Jonathan Rice in a duo called Jenny and Johnny.

Joey Lawrence played two Joeys in NBC’s Gimme a Break! And Blossom”

Joey Lawrence got his first starring role as the adorable Joey Donovan on ‘Gimme a Break!’ He clearly has a thing for Joeys since after that gig he played another Joey on ‘Blossom’, in which he even had his very own catchphrase- “whoa!”.

This year has been quite an exciting one for this child star from the 80’s. he has always said his first love and major passion is music, and just this year Joey started a band called ‘Still 3’. They recently released their debut single ‘lose myself’- check it out and see what you think!

Winona Ryder

Although her acting career really hit off in the 1990’s, with her becoming one of the most iconic actresses of that decade, Ryder already burst on the scene as the gothic teenager in Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice, where she first showed off her incredible talent that would only continue from there.

Ryder has played many eccentric, brilliant characters throughout her career since then, but her personal life has been nearly as followed as her professional life. She has always been open with her struggles with depression and anxiety. Her most recent role has been in the incredibly popular Netflix series ‘Stranger Things’, for which she has garnered both Golden Globe and SAG nominations.

Where have these 1980’s child actors been? You adored them back then, are they still adorable now? Stop asking and start discovering what these actors and actresses are doing now. Prepare to be pleasantly surprised or a bit sad. Some managed to go beyond...


Never Seen Before Moments That Made 1967 Impact History

Photography was invented around 1800, by British inventor Thomas Wedgwood.

*FYI moment #1: Actually he was the one to have thought of creating permanent pictures by using a material coated with light-sensitive chemicals.

In the two centuries that have passed, photography evolved into a selfie frenzy.

*FYI moment #2: More pictures are being taken around the world every two minutes than all the pictures ever taken during the 19th century as a whole.

Here are two moments which make 1967 a year to remember.

1967 – First woman in a marathon

The sixties were a time for a change. Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to finish a Marathon in the year of 1967. As you can see, it wasn’t easy for other competitors. Poor things – A woman in a marathon?! Where has the world come to?! It was the Boston marathon and it was so unheard of that even several of the organizers tried to stop her.

Luckily enough she had a few friends on her side who protected her on her way.

*FYI – She wasn’t the first woman in the marathon, but actually the first registered woman to run. Roberta Louise “Bobbi” Gibb was the actual first woman, but she ran unregistered.

1967 – Beatles release Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album

It’s one of rock’s most acclaimed albums, and this is the photo of the preparation for the album-art take. It was an experimental concept album released in June 1967.

They finished touring and decided to give as much time as they needed to finish this album. They focused on experimenting with sound and lyrics. Many believe that this album is the definitive Beatles album.

Yes, 1967 was an important year. Now check out other important historical moments

Photography was invented around 1800, by British inventor Thomas Wedgwood.
*FYI moment #1: Actually he was the one to have thought of creating permanent pictures by using a material coated with light-sensitive chemicals.
In the two centuries that have...


Star R&R: Where Does Sophie ‘Sansa’ Turner Go on Vacation?

When it’s time to go on vacation, we try and find a good combination of location vs. price. It’s obvious that we try as much as we can to have a vacation experience that will last until our next, so sometimes the price is not as important as fun. Some of these celebrities have the same thoughts when picking a vacation destination.

The only difference is that their choices are not as hard as ours. For one, they have more money. Second, they vacation more often than we do, so they can allow themselves to have a “simple” vacation now and then.

So what does the queen of the north do when she wants some time off?

Sansa in the Sun

From the cold lands of Westeros to the sunny beaches of Coco Prive, a private resort in the Maldives, where no King of the North would be able to survive. We know Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark from Game of Thrones, but soon enough we will be seeing much more of her, as future productions will be set free at cinemas near you.

Just like many other celebs having fun on vacation, Sophie needed some sunshine and r&r for herself. So yes, we are jealous.

Intense timetable

Let her rest now, because she is going to be a very busy lady in the coming months running around the country and world for these upcoming films:
Josie and Girl Who Fell From the Sky and Time Freak and the anticipated X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

Now that you’ve seen where Sophie relaxes, check out where other favorite celebrities go on vacation.

When it’s time to go on vacation, we try and find a good combination of location vs. price. It’s obvious that we try as much as we can to have a vacation experience that will last until our next, so sometimes the price is not as important as fun...


This is Why Jennifer Aniston Lives By Yoga

Jennifer Aniston (49) looks almost as she looked when she played Rachel Green on Friends. And ever since, Jennifer Aniston has a permanent place in our hearts. It seems that she is always the underdog in relationships, but we are always on her side. That’s why yoga is so good for her.

Aniston has expressed how yoga has been positive for her claiming, ‘When I started doing yoga with Mandy, I noticed many things’, Jennifer testifies. ‘My legs getting leaner. My arms getting stronger, and most importantly, I noticed an inner strength’.

Take a breath

Aniston has attributed yoga with getting her through some of the toughest times in her life, and we hope that with her recent split for husband Justin Theroux, it continues to be a source of support! Just like other celebrities who live by yoga, Jennifer revealed that she loves doing some intense yoga in the mornings.

Yoga Teacher and Best Friend

When your yoga teacher is your best friend, you know you embody the yoga way of life. such is the case with Aniston whose longtime best friend, Mandy Ingber is also her yoga instructor!

Aniston has revealed in several interviews that she loves doing an intense yoga workout in the morning. According to Ingber, Aniston’s fitness and toned body come not only from yoga. She says that the key is working body and mind.

Jennifer Aniston (49) looks almost as she looked when she played Rachel Green on Friends. And ever since, Jennifer Aniston has a permanent place in our hearts. It seems that she is always the underdog in relationships, but we are always on her side...