Marc Price (Actor) as Skippy - Family Ties
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Updated: 5/25/16

Name: Marc Price

Born: February 23, 1968, New Jersey

Nickname: Skippy

Claim To Fame: He is known for his role as Erwin "Skippy" Handleman on Family Ties.

Family Life: No info found.

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Info: Price got his start as a standup comedian and actor, with guest appearances on Archie Bunker's Place and One Day at a Time. His big break came when he won the role of Skippy on the hit 1980s NBC sitcom Family Ties.

He went on to become the host of Disney Channel's Teen Win, Lose or Draw, and appear in the films Trick or Treat with Ozzy Osbourne and Touchstone's The Rescue, with Kevin Dillon.

He was the executive producer of his own special for The Disney Channel, and produced segments for Real TV, Ricki Lake and Inside Edition. Marc also co-created and developed the sitcom Some Like it Hotter, wrote, produced, and co-hosted Athens On Location From Sprint at the Greece Summer 2004 Olympics for NBC; and produced Endemol's live series Midnight Money Madness for TBS in 2006.

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Trivia: Son of Al Bernie, a stand up comic.

Was the producer/developer/originator of Star Dates, a reality dating show that ran for two seasons on E!

Produced and directed Food Network's first hidden-camera comedy special, You're Cooked!, featuring Todd Glass.

Was the executive producer for 65 episodes of National Lampoon's Funny Money for GSN and 2 one-hour Comedians Unleashed specials for Animal Planet.

Price was the co-executive producer and creator of a special on Showtime called Green Collar Comedy. He has also done stand-up as an opening act for Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld, and toured with Carrot Top and Weird Al Yankovic. He toured the US with Playboy Playmate Julie McCullough from Growing Pains, on the Beauty and the Dweeb Tour.

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Where Are They Now: Works primarily as a standup comic and recently worked with actress/comedian Marsha Warfield for the Legends of Sitcom Tour.

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