TV Q & A

By Norma Cavazos Of The Dallas Morning News | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), February 13, 1996 | Go to article overview

TV Q & A


Norma Cavazos Of The Dallas Morning News, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Q. Who played Bret in the Fox movie "The Price of Love" (Nov. 28, 1995)? Wasn't Beau played by Jay Ferguson of "Evening Shade"?

A. The made-for-TV drama drew good notices for its hard-hitting look at kids who make do on the streets of Los Angeles. Peter Facinelli played Bret, a boy kicked out of his home by his parents, and Jay Ferguson of "Evening Shade" was Beau.

Q. Please list the movies or TV series Jay Thomas has appeared in.

A. The New Orleans-born actor is riding high these days with a role in the hit movie "Mr. Holland's Opus." Among his career highlights are a 1979-81 run on Mork & Mindy as deli owner Remo DaVinci. In 1987, he joined the "Cheers" cast as hockey player Eddie LeBec, who made Carla a widow when he was run over by a Zamboni machine. Jay was married to Bess Armstrong in "Married People," a one-season (1990-91) sitcom about three married couples living in a New York brownstone. He won an Emmy the next year for his recurring role as Jerry Gold on "Murphy Brown." (He recently returned to the show when Murphy dreamed about her former flames.) In his last sitcom, "Love & War" (1992-95), Jay was paired with restaurant owners Susan Dey and, later, Annie Potts. …

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