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 Gail Edwards

Gail, who is a native Floridian, was raised in Coral Gables and caught the performing bug early in life. She had her father hang the curtain and lights while she choreographed, costumed, and starred in her own neighborhood musicals. In the sixth grade, Gail played Little Mary in 'The Woman' at the Coconut Grove Playhouse and then moved on to numerous industrial films and local television appearances. In 1977, she wrote, produced, and starred in her first off-Broadway musical 'Becoming'. Soon afterwards, she landed the role of 'Sandy' opposite Peter Gallagher in 'Broadway's national tour of Greace'. After producing and starring in two additional Los Angeles productions, 'The Good One' and 'Vanities', both earning her the Drama-Logue Critics' Award, Gail turned her focus toward television.

She fast landed her role in 1991 as 'Vicky Larson' on the hot series 'Full House', the co-worker and future engagement to Bob Sagets character 'Danny Tanner'. She stayed on the show from season 5 throughout the fall of season 7.
While doing the show she also landed the role of 'Sharon Lemue' on NBC's hit show 'Blossom'.

Upon moving to the Southwest in 1994, Gail retired from showbiz while concluding her last two roles portraying the engaged 'Vicky Larson' on ABC's 'Full House' and 'Sharon Lemure', the fast-talking mother of 'Six' on 'NBC's 'Blossom'. During her six-year run portraying 'Dot Higgins' on ABC's 'It's A Living', Gail appeared in many movies-of-the-week along with numerous guest-star appearances.

 Christie Houser

Christie Houser was born on March 5, 1958. She guest-starred in various shows throughout the 80's, that includes her portraying appearance as the first-time-seen mysterious 'Pam Tanner' on Full House.
Her most reasent project was in 2005 as she lend her voice out in 'Kingdom Hearts II'.

 John Aprea

John Aprea was born on March 4, 1941. He was born and grew up in Englewood, New Jersey. He is the father of one daughter, Nicole Alexandra Aprea.

He is known for his role as 'Young Sal Tessio' in 'The Godfather: Part II' (1974), where he originally auditioned for the part of 'Michael Corleone' on 'The Godfather' (1972), and later got the part of the young Tessio on 'The Godfather: Part II'. He is also known on television as 'Lucas Castigliano' on the soap opera 'Another World', from 1989 to 1992 and 'Lt. Vincent Novelli' on the P.I series 'Matt Houston' from 1982 to 1984.
He also played 'Nick Katsopolis', the father of John Stamos's character, 'Jesse Katsopolis', on 'Full House' from 1988-1991
In 2006, he is was busy filming a new soap opera in Southern California called, "The Heiress".

 Yvonne Wilder

Yvonne Wilder was born on September 21, 1937. She was in the original London cast of the hit musical "West Side Story" (1961), where she played Teresita and understudied Anita, before later getting cast in the popular film version. Here she portrayed Consuela, one of the Shark members girlfriend, with dyed bleached blond hair. She was therefore included in the musical's hit song performances of "America" and "I Feel Pretty" along with the other girls. 

She continued to be a staple in television and movies throughout the 70's and the 80's. She did mostly comedy.

Yvonne passed away on November 24th, 2021.

 Marla Sokoloff

Marla Lynne Sokoloff was born on December 19, 1980 in San Francisco. She is probably best known for playing the part of 'Lucy Hatcher' on the show 'The Practice' and 'Gia Mahan' on the ABC sitcom 'Full House'.

Sokoloff was born in California, to Howard Sokoloff, a doctor, and Cindi Sussman, a former caterer. She is Jewish. Sokoloff is an alumna of the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.

In 1993, Sokoloff began acting at the age of twelve, when she was cast as 'Gia Mahan' in the sitcom 'Full House'. A few years later, in 1998, her breakthrough role came when she was cast in the drama 'The Practice' as 'Lucy Hatcher'. The 5 ft. 3 in. Sokoloff also had a three-episode stint as a nanny in 'Desperate Housewives'. Along with other popular appearances, she is well remembered as Joey's pregnant sister Dina in season 8 of 'Friends'. Other guest-star appearances include 'Step By Step', 'Boy Meets World', 'Party Of Five' and '7th Heaven'.

From 2006 to 2007, she starred in the ABC television series 'Big Day'. Aside from television, Sokoloff has also starred in a series of movies, including 'Whatever It Takes', 'The Climb', 'The Tollbooth', 'Dude, Where's My Car?', 'Sugar & Spice' and 'Love On The Side'. 

 Tahj Mowry

Tahj Dayton Mowry was born on May 17, 1986 in Honolulu, Hawaii. He's an American actor and singer. He played varsity football at Westlake High School in California and Savannah State University. He also attended Pepperdine University.

Tahj Mowry was born and raised by Darlene Flowers, who manages her children's careers, and Timothy Mowry, a police officer in California. His mother is African American and his father is Italian American. 
He is the younger brother of 'Sister Sister' twins Tia and Tamera Mowry and older brother of Tavior Mowry.

Mowry starred in the television series 'Smart Guy' from 1997-1999, and also appeared on Full House as Teddy as well as in various Disney Channel movies. 
Notable television guest roles are Disney Channel's series 'The Suite Life of Zack and Cody', 'Star Trek: Voyager', 'Sister Sister', 'Desperate Housewives' and 'The Game'. Mowry has also appeared in movies like 'Are We Done Yet?' and 'Seventeen Again'. He also performs the voice of 'Wade' in the Disney Channel animated series 'Kim Possible', and has also sung 'Shine Your Light On Me' for 'School's Out! Christmas' and 'Circle of Life' for theDisney Channel Circle of Stars recording of 'The Lion King'.

 Jurnee Smollett

Jurnee Diana Smollett was born on October 1, 1986. She was born in New York City, New York, and is the daughter of Janet and Joel Smollett. 

As the fourth of six performing siblings, she received critical acclaim for her title role in the finely crafted independentEve's Bayou (1997). The performance earned her a Young Star Award nomination. The young thespian pulled ahead of her brothers and sisters with her bracing portrayal of a ten-year-old who finds her father in a compromising position. She was just what writer-director Kasi Lemmons had envisoned for the lead in her film: "a light-skinned black child who could convey the nuances of a Creole child in the 60s".

She co-starred with her siblings in the television comedy 'On Our Own' from 1994 to 1995, and appeared in numerous television shows such as 'Hangin' with Mr. Cooper' and 'Full House', in which she played Michelle's best friend Denise Frazer. And from 1998 to 2000, she appeared as a regular cast member of the Bill Cosby series entitled 'Cosby'. 
She also played as a regular in 'Wanda at Large' as 'Wanda Sykes' niece 'Holly' in 2003, and appeared in the episode 'Fools for Love' as the character 'Tracey' on 'House M.D', and 'Beth, a terminally ill girl who undergoes a clinical trial to successful results in the episode 'Freedom' on the popular ABC drama 'Grey's Anatomy'.

As of movie appearances, Smollett starred with Bow Wow in the 2005 film 'Roll Bounce'. She played the role of 'Danyelle Rollins' in the 2006 film 'Gridiron Gang', and also played leading roles in the racial drama 'Selma, Lord, Selma', as well as 'Beautiful Joe', and 'Ruby's Bucket Of Blood'. And in 2007, she played the role of 'Samantha Booke' in 'The Great Debaters' (which was directed by Denzel Washington and produced by Oprah Winfrey). 

 Miko Hughes

Miko was born in Apple Valley, California on February 22, 1986. 
He is of Native American heritage and his name means "Chief" in Chickasaw. He has two older brothers (Mikhael and Mitchel) and one older sister (Molly). He lives in Apple Valley, California when he is working, but considers his permanent address to be Oklahoma.

Miko started his acting career in a public service announcement when he was 22 months old and followed that up by appearing in his first feature film at 27 months old in 'Pet Sematary' (1989). Since that early start, Miko has consistently been one of the busiest young actors in Hollywood. Miko is best known on film for his dramatic portrayal of an autistic boy opposite Bruce Willis in the blockbuster hit 'Mercury Rising' (1998). In addition, Miko has also starred on film in 'Spawn' (1997), 'Zeus And Roxanne' (1997), 'Apollo 13' (1995) and 'Kindergarten Cop' (1990). Also, Miko has also appeared in numerous television movies. He has also been a series regular, recurring character or guest star on many television series such as 'Baywatch' (1989), 'Touched By An Angel' (1994), 'The Nanny' (1993) as well as the bratty 'Aaron Bailey' on 'Full House' (1989). Miko received an Emmy certificate for his participation as the voice of 'Tommy' in the number one rated Fox animated TV series 'Life With Louie' (1995). His other voice-over credits include the voice of 'Sly And 'Witt', twin babies in the feature film 'Baby Geniuses' (1999). 

 Kathryn Zaremba

Kathryn Zaremba was born on September 10, 1982, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Her full name is Kathryn Lauren Zaremba. She attended Broken Arrow Senior High School.

In August of 1993, she played the title character in the off-Broadway production of 'Annie Warbucks' at the Variety Arts theater.
Other than her portrayal of the quick-witted 'Lisa Leeper' on 'Full House', other notable appearances in movies and television consists of 'Toothless' (1997) and tv series 'Sisters', 'Bringing up Jack' and 'The Jeff Foxworthy Show'.

 Blake McIver Ewing

Blake was born in Los Angeles, California on March 27, 1985. He is son of Susan McIver of the "Golddiggers" on "Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers" (1968) (1968-1973).

Blake got his start when he won the junior vocalist competition on 'Star Search'. He is probably best known for portraying Derek, one of Michelle friends on 'Full House' (1992-1995)
He portrayed the role of 'Waldo' in the 1994 feature film version of 'The Little Rascals'. He was also the voice of 'Eugene' on 'Hey Arnold'. Blake co-wrote and performed the song 'Along the River', the end credit song to the film 'End Of The Spear' (2006). He also guest-starred on 'Home Improvement', 'Minor Adjustments', 'Clueless' and 'Drew Carey'.

He attended UCLA in California.

 Jason Marsden

Jason Christopher Marsden was born on January 3, 1975 in Providence, Rhode Island. He is known as a screen and voice actor who has done numerous voice roles in animated films, as well as various television series. When he was 10, Jason and his parents moved from Rhode Island to Fullerton, California, where he attended Laguna Road Elementary School while pursuing his acting career.

Marsden was discovered by producer Bud Barth of Del Mar Media Arts, and booked his first major role, a movie called 'Robot Jox'. He then went on to play 'Alan Quartermaine Jr.' in the American soap opera 'General Hospital' where he continued this role for two years, while still attending elementary school. This was followed soon afterwards by the role of 'Eddie Munster' in the TV series remake of 'The Munsters' entitled 'The Munsters Today'. At the same time, he also had his first voice acting role as 'Cavin' in the Disney cartoon TV series 'Disney's Adventures Of The Gummi Bears', as well as being the young announcer of the 'New Mickey Mouse Club' and other Disney informercials.

In 1992, he landed the role of Dash X in Eerie, Indiana, and continued his career with many guest star appearances on prime time tv, such as Nelson Burkhard (D.J.'s rich boyfriend) on 'Full House and the best friend of Eric Matthews on 'Boy Meets World', 'Will And Grace' and 'Shark' to name a few. But his best remembered tv role is still 'Rich Halke' on 'Step By Step' where he stayed from 1995 until the show's cancellation in 1998.

Some of Mardens other vioce-acting roles includes; 'Max Goof' in the animated A Goofy Movie (1995), White Squall (1996), 'Kovu' in The Lion King II: Simba's Pride' (1998) and Spirited Away (2001). On television his voice can be found on 'Kim Possible', 'Justice League' and 'Teen Titans'.

 David Lipper

David Lipper was born in Montréal, Quebec, Canada. He graduated from Emerson College in Boston with an BFA in musical theater in 1991. 

After graduating, he did a month run as Fyedka in 'Fiddler on the Roof', which was slated for a Russian Tour. The tour was however cut short by the revolution started by Boris Yeltsen. At that time, David flew to Los Angeles, where he has resided ever since. David’s musical abilities lead him to write and produce the theme song for the TV series 'Misguided Angels'. In the 'Annette Funicello Story', David really was playing the piano and singing as a young Paul Anka.

In 1999/2000, he was the CEO of the now-defunct - a B2B Internet startup for the entertainment community.

Some of his television and film credits include; 'Misguided Angels', 'Time Of Your Life, 'The Young And The Restless', 'Crash And Burn', 'NCIS', 'Martin Short Show', 'Step By Step', 'The Two Jacks', 'Dante’s Peak, 'Wrong Number', 'She Fought Alone', Black Widower' and 'Threshold'.


 Nathan Nishiguchi

Nathan Nishiguchi was born on June 18, 1980 in San Mateo County, California. His full name is Nathan Matao Nishiguchi. He was an American child actor from the San Francisco Bay Area and is probably best known for his portrayal of 'Harry Takayama' in the sitcom 'Full House'.

Some other of Nathan's roles consists of the 1990 film 'Hiroshima' as 'Akira', and he guest starred in one episode of 'Highway To Heaven' as 'Bai'.

 Jordan Christopher Michael

Jordan Christopher Michael was born on March 24, 1979. He was born and raised in Mill Valley, California.

In 1992 he was nominated for a 'Young artist award' for 'Best young actor co-starring in an off-primetime or cable series' due to his role in 'Sessions'. Other notable movie appearances has been 'Favour', 'Till Murder Do Us Apart', 'Motorama', and also guest starring in television shows like 'Matlock' and 'Saved by the bell'.

 Molly Morgan

Molly Morgan is an American actress. She is the sister of contortionist Bonnie Morgan.

Although seemingly anonymous, Morgan has actually been in the 'biz' since 1985. Her resume mostly consists of strong one-episode-wonders, including minor roles, and increasingly various goth characters, on such series as 'She Spies', 'That's Life', 'C-16:FBI', 'The Big Bang Theory', 'Bones', and 'Weeds', as well as various comedy series such as 'Night Court', 'Step By Step', 'Clueless' and 'Boy Meets World'. 
Some of her notable titles on film are 'The Dukes Of Hazzard: Hazzarrd In Hollywood', 'Nightmare On The 13th Floor', 'Dennis The Menace and ' Disappearing Bakersfield'.
She was also seen in a semi-reualr role as Jill Molaskey on the 1989 series 'Alien Nation'.

 Marcia Wallace

Marcia Karen Wallace was born on November 1, 1942 in Creston, Iowa. She is primarily known for her roles in television situation comedies, and is perhaps best known for her roles as Carol Kester on 'The Bob Newhart Show', and Edna Krabappel on 'The Simpsons', for which she won an Emmy for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance in 1992. Marcia was married to hotelier Dennis Hawley from 1986-1992. They have one child. Wallace was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1985, and she is grateful to be an over 20-year survivor of breast cancer and keeps herself quite visible as an advocate for breast cancer awareness.

You can easily use the phrase 'laughing on the outside, crying on the inside' to describe this funny lady and her many uphill battles, in both life and career. But the carrot-cropped comedienne, with the ever-toothy smile, remains optimistic as she forges on, displaying her usual grab-bag of comedy tricks on film and TV. While in high school a teacher encouraged Wallace to consider a career in acting after she did well in a school play. Prior to that Wallace had an interest in becoming a journalist. Following graduation from Creston High School she attended Parsons College, where she majored in English and Theater. She moved to New York the day that she graduated from college. To make ends meet she performed in summer stock, typed scripts, did commercials and supplemented her very modest income at the time as a substitute English teacher in the Bronx. She initially induced laughs because of a weight problem, playing plump, self-deprecating characters in such musicals as 'The Music Man'. After performing in a Greenwich Village nightclub Wallace and four fellow entertainer friends formed an improvisational group, 'The Fourth Wall', in which she appeared with for a year Off-Broadway. After being a semi-regular on the 'The Merv Griffin Show' she was cast as receptionist Carol Kester on 'The Bob Newhart Show', which was written specifically for her. Her career would then prove to spand over 4 decades, with a significant catalogue of television, film and onstage appearances.

Wallace passed away on October 25, 2013.

 Alice Hirson

Alice Hirson was born on March 10 in 1929, and is an American actress best known for her roles on television. She was married to Stephen Elliott from 1980 until his death in 2005.

She appeared regularly in soap operas with roles such as: 'Stephanie Martin' on 'The Edge of Night', 'Marcia Davis' on 'Somerset', and 'Eileen Riley Siegel' on 'One Life to Live'.
Later in her career, she had a recurring role in the prime-time drama 'Dallas' as Mavis Anderson, friend and confidante of "Miss Ellie". She also is known for playing 'Lois Morgan', the mother of Ellen DeGeneres' character on the sitcom 'Ellen'. Though her most recent role is playing 'Mimsy' on 'The Secret Life of the American Teenager'.

Some of her other TV credits include: 'The Waltons', 'Maude', 'Taxi', 'Flamingo Road', 'Quincy', 'Barney Miller', 'St. Elsewhere', 'Hotel', 'Matlock', 'Law & Order', 'Murphy Brown', 'ER', 'NYPD Blue', 'Judging Amy', 'Just Shoot Me' and '7th Heaven'.

 Darlene Vogel

Darlene Vogel was born on October 25, 1962 in Modesto, California. She is an American actress, who was model and did commercials before getting into acting.

Vogel's first feature film was the 1989 science fiction film 'Back to the Future - Part II', and as the IFT intern in the pre-show segment for 1991 film ride, 'Back to the Future: The Ride' for the Universal movie parks. 

Darlene also had some TV roles, and is probably best known for her role on the USA Network TV series 'Pacific Blue' as 'Officer Chris Kelly', from 1996 to 1999. She is also known for her role on the soap opera 'One Life to Live' as 'Dr. Melanie Farrell McIver' from 2000 to 2001. 
Some of Vogels other films include 'Ski School', 'Angel 4: Undercover', and 'Ring of Steel'. 

And she has made guest appearances on TV shows, such as 'Full House', 'Northern Exposure', 'Boy Meets World' and 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation'.

Scott Menville

Scott David Menville was born on February 12, 1971. He is an American actor who is known for his voice work in animated films, television series and video games.

His first role came in 1979 in an episode of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo. He is perhaps best known for providing the voice of Robin on the Teen Titans animated series, Lloyd Irving on Tales of Symphonia, taking over the role of Freddy Flintstone from Lennie Weinrib on The Flintstone Kids, and Ma-Ti on Captain Planet and the Planeteers. He also voiced Jonny Quest on The New Adventures of Jonny Quest, Quicksilver on The Super Hero Squad Show, Red Herring on A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, and Kevin French on Mission Hill.

Menville is also a musician. He was the bassist for the Southern California rock band Boy Hits Car,which released three albums before he left the band in 2006; he had been a founding member of the band. Menville has also participated in non-voice acting roles. He appeared in Ernest Goes to Camp as Crutchfield and had recurring roles on Full House as Kimmy Gibbler's boyfriend Duane, and on The Wonder Years as Wayne's best friend Wart.

He did the voices of Metamorpho in Batman: The Brave and the Bold, JT and Jimmy Jones on Ben 10, and reprised his role as Robin in Teen Titans Go!.

In 2016, he played Arthur, the Goodwin twins' computer in the TV series Second Chance and Sneezy in the Disney XD animated TV series The 7D. Later that same year, he also reprised his role as Duane on Fuller House. In 2023 he played the role Declan on Oddballs.

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