Ted Mcginley

January 28, 2011 by Post Team 

Ted Mcginley, Theodore Martin “Ted” McGinley (born May 30, 1958) is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Jefferson D’Arcy on the television series Married … with children and Charley Shanowski on ABC sitcom Hope & Faith old. He was also a regular on Happy Days and The Love Boat.
McGinley began her career in modeling. After a casting director spotted a photo of him in GQ, he was thrown into comedy Happy days as Roger Phillips (nephew of Cunningham), a role he played from 1980 to 1984. During the run of Happy Days, he landed a role in the 1982 comedy Young Doctors in Love. After Happy Days ended in 1984, McGinley appeared in Revenge of the Nerds where he played Stanley Gable, head of the Alpha Beta fraternity jock-term and the main antagonist of Lambda Lambda Lambda fraternity nerd, he resumed the role in the third and fourth films “Nerds” franchise, the two made for television. He went on to appear in recurring roles in television series such as The Love Boat and Dynasty. He then went into the role of Jefferson D’Arcy on Married … with children from 1991 to 1997. He had recurring roles on Aaron Sorkin TV show Sports Night, as the boyfriend of Dana Gordon and The West Wing as a television news anchor. From 2003-2006, he played Charley Shanowski on Hope & Faith.

McGinley has been called the patron saint of shark jumping “by founder Jon Hein jumptheshark. com. This is a reference to the popular and enduring shows that have featured in their last years. Shows include Happy Days, The Love Boat and Dynasty. Hein writes that this is not a comment “on Ted’s fine acting skills” and that “he has a great sense of humor about it, too.” In an episode of Women Married … with Children (a show that stayed on the air for six seasons after the addition McGinley to the cast iron) McGinley himself usurped result in an instant break the fourth wall by asking Al “Another photo, captain? I mean, Fonzie? …. Al? “. A number of 2003 people that focused on molding McGinley on hope and faith was titled” Ted McGinley is not a killer, “referring to its reputation for causing shows to skip shark, although its long-Married … with children seem to indicate otherwise, its contribution may have enabled the series to have a longer stroke and more successful.

In 2008, McGinley has become a contestant on the seventh season of Dancing with the Stars and was paired with pro dancer Inna Brayer. Ted was the second to be eliminated from the competition.

Born in Newport Beach, California, McGinley attended the University of Southern California thanks to a grant of water polo where he played for the junior national team the United States, and was a member of the fraternity Sigma Chi. McGinley is married to actress Gigi Rice, with whom he has two children. One of his children is the son Beau was born in 1994.
“Revenge of the Nerds” (1984): OK, so it seems very dated, especially when the Tri-Lams give their synth-heavy concert in the great brotherhood of competition at the end. But it is clumsy, hot, sweet and ultimately ridiculous – and much better than having sex many arose in the early 80s. Anthony Edwards and Robert Carradine lead nerd home underdog against the jocks of Alpha Beta idiot, led by Ted McGinley. (A much thinner John Goodman is hilarious as football coach at the school.) A timeless David against Goliath battle, a story inspired by the tolerance and inclusion, only with big hair and booger jokes. It’s bad enough that there were suites – please, Hollywood, please, do not remake the original. [via wikipedia and other sources]

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