Tom Bosley’s Final Interview: Daily Highlights for Tuesday October 19, 2010

tom-bosley31Tom Bosley has passed away at age 83. In March of this year, the beloved actor, best know for his role as Howard Cunningham on ABC’s Happy Days, chatted with Stardish Radio host Jo Ann Kubasek for a full hour about his career— and starting out in showbiz with Paul Newman, whom he told in 1948, “I don’t know if you can act, but you’re gonna be the biggest star that Hollywood ever had.” Listen now to Tom Bosley’s final interview.

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Flashback host Carey Fisher gets busy with John Wesley Shipp, who played James Van Der Beek’s father, Mitch Leery, on Dawson’s Creek, and previously appeared on Guiding Light and As the World Turns, the latter winning him a Daytime Emmy Award.

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AACONS’s Marie Stroughter welcomes Ilario Pantano, who’s running for U.S. Congress from North Carolina’s 7th District. As a lieutenant in the Marine Corps, Ilario served as a sniper in Desert Storm. Since then, he has written the best-selling memoir Warlord.

martin-briley1Icon Fetch’s Tony Peters gives it up for British pop rocker Martin Briley, who charted with the 1983 single Salt in My Tears, and has also—as a guitarist—gigged with artists ranging from Meat Loaf to Donna Summer to Tom Jones to Olivia Newton-John.

daniel-goddard5Host Olivia Wilder hangs with Daniel Goddard, who plays Cane Ashby on The Young and the Restless. The Aussie actor, who made his name on SyFy’s BeastMaster, will discuss his character’s newfound fatherhood, and relationship with TV wife Christel Khalil.

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In the latest chapter of Movie Addict Headquarters’ Horror Film Month series, host Betty Jo Tucker shimmies up to Ever Carradine, star of the 2004 musical Dead & Breakfast, which might best be described as Rocky Horror Picture Show meets Shaun of the Dead.

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