Scott Baio (Actor) as Chachi - Happy Days
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Updated: 05/12/2008

Name: Scott Vincent James Baio

Born: September 22, 1961 in Brooklyn, New York

Claim To Fame: No info available.

Family Life: Father: Mario Baio, manages Scott's career
Brother: Steve, former actor; older
Sister: older
Cousin: Jimmy Baio, actor; was in TV series Soap
Cousin: Joey Baio, child actor; was in the series The Hero

On November 2, 2007, Baio's wife, Renee Sloan, gave birth to their daughter, Bailey DeLuca Baio.

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Info: Scott is probably most noted for his role on "Happy Days" as Chachi.

Since "Happy Days"" He has starred in other TV shows.  Most notably, from 1984-1985 and 1987-1990 he was in "Charles in Charge."

He was a regular in the series "Baby Talk" on ABC from 1991-1992, this was based on the Kirstie Alley/John Travolta movies "Look Who's Talking".

In the fall of 1998 he starred in a show called "Rewind" which had been picked up by FOX. However, the network cancelled the show before a single episode made it to air.

Trivia: False rumors abounded that Scott had been killed in a car crash. Nothing was ever confirmed as to how the story got started. Scott had not even been in an accident, much less hurt.

Inducted into The Man Show Hall of Fame for his reputation of dating women such as Pamela Anderson, Erika Eleniak, Nicole Eggert, Natalie Raitano, Nicolette Sheridan, Brooke Shields and Heather Locklear.

What you may not have known is that he was engaged to former Pamela Anderson for a short time several years ago.

He is regularly used as a punch line on Conan O'Brien's and David Letterman's talk shows.

Where Are They Now: He just completed the Wes Craven film "Cursed" where he plays himself. Scott says he had some reservations about playing himself. He says, "Playing yourself is always fairly risky because you gotta watch how you goof on yourself.' Baio says he told Craven and "Cursed' writer Kevin Williamson, "You guys can make fun of me all you want, but keep it to where it's not completely insulting."

It also stars Christina Ricci, Shannon Elizabeth, Lance Bass, James Brolin, Portia de Rossi, Scott Foley, and Joshua Jackson. No release date as of yet.

His movie "Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2" opens in theaters August 27th. It's directed by Bob Clark and stars Jon Voight.

Scott has also been popping up in the news because of his former flame Pamela Anderson. She has written the semi-fictionalized book "Star". It is filled with steamy sex scenes, based on her real-life relationships with celebrities, including Scott.

He won Best Actor for the lead in "The Bread, My Sweet" (aka "Wedding for Bella") from the Atlantic City Film festival. There's been talk about turning it into a series, which Baio says he'd love to do.

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