Adrian Zmed (born March 4, 1954, in Chicago, Illinois) is a Romanian-American television and film actor. Adrian is a swarthy, sexy, baby-faced young actor who burst on the scene in the late 1970s thanks to his appearance in the stage musical, Grease, and was later cast in the 1982 movie version Grease II, playing alongside Michelle Pfeiffer.
Coming off the success of Grease II, Zmed landed a starring role on the hit television series, T.J. Hooker, where he stayed for four seasons, starring alongside William Shatner. In 1984, he starred alongside a young Tom Hanks in 1984's cult classic Bachelor Party.
In 1995, Zmed reprised the role of "Danny Zuko" in the revived stage version of Grease. Zmed is currently under contract with Princess Cruise Lines performing Adrian Zmed, In Concert....
Billy Hufsey (born December 8, 1958, in Brook Park, Ohio) is an American actor best known for his role on the hit television show Fame. Playing the role of Christopher, he became a minor singing sensation in the mid-80's. He went on to play the role of another singing hopeful, Emilio Ramirez, on the daytime drama Days of our Lives from 1988 to 1991.
Hufsey has also appeared in episodes of Married with Children, Rags to Riches, and The Young and the Restless. He's been credited as saying that Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley are his favorite singers.
Christopher Atkins (born Feb 21, 1961, in Valdese, North Carolina) is a Golden Globe-nominated American actor and former teen idol. Atkins first movie, The Blue Lagoon, opposite Brook Shields, was released in 1980 to huge box office success. In The Pirate Move (1982) Atkins expanded on his success by recording a song for the movie, How Can I Live Without Her?, which became a top 100 hit. The film is now considered a cult classic.
Atkins was often seen shirtless in his movies and television appearances. In 1983, Atkins landed a season-long recurring role on the CBS prime time soap sensations Dallas. Playing the part of Peter Richards, a young stud who had an affair with Sue Ellen Ewing played by Linda Gray. That same year Atkins landed the cover of Playgirl magazine and posed partially nude. Due to popular demand, he returned for another spread later that year.
In later years Atkins drifted into the world of cable and television movies. He even reunited with Brooke Shields in her primetime hit show Suddenly Susan.
David Chokachi (born January 16, 1968, in Plymouth, Massachusetts) is an American television actor. He graduated from Tabor Academy, and elite boarding school in Marion, Massachusetts in 1986, and then graduated from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, in 1990 with a degree in political science.
In 1995, Chokachi got his big break when he was cast as Cody Madison on the hit television show Baywatch. In 1997, Chokachi was voted by People Magazine as one of the "50 Most Beautiful People in the World". In 1999, he left Baywatch for the show Whitchblade which lasted for two seasons. Following that he appeared in various TV series and made-for-TV movies.
Eric Nies (born May 23, 1971, in Ocean Township, New Jersey), is a former male fashion model whose reality television appearances made him a celebrity. He is the son of NBA official Jack Nies and Anna May, a pre-school teacher, and grew up in Ocean Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Nies first gained fame as a cast member on the first season of MTV's reality television program, The Real World. After his exposure on The Real World, he went on to host the MTV series The Grind, which featured a studio audience dancing to popular dance tracks.
Nies has since hosted a range of television shows, including Road Rules and appeared in several films. He has also been involved in a number of fitness videos and product promotions on infomercials and the Internet.
Jamie Walters (born June 13, 1969, in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American actor and musician. He started his screen career in 1988 with a commercial for Levi's 501 Jeans. This was followed by guest appearances on Quantum Leap and a bit role in Everyday Heroes. His film debut came in 1991 with the movie Shout, alongside John Travolta, Heather Graham, and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Jamie is best known for his role in the TV series Beverly Hills, 90210 as Ray Pruit, and The Heights, in which he also performed the theme song How Do You Talk to an Angel?, an Emmy-nominated, chart-topping song in 1992/1993. Through these successes, he has released three albums and performed in a few other small-scale movies over the years.
Walters is now working as a full-time firefighter/paramedic for the Los Angeles City Fire Department. Walters is focusing on his family and his career with the fire department but hopes to get back into music and acting sometime in the near future.
Jeremy Jackson (born October 16, 1980, in Newport Beach, California) is an American actor/singer. He is most widely known for his role as David Hasslehoff's son, Hobie Buchannan, on the popular television show Baywatch. Following the series' success (and his status as a teen idol), Jackson recorded an album and had two top 10 singles, he toured across Europe and was later invited into the World Music Hall of Fame, and was inducted into the Young Hollywood Hall of Fame in 1996.
After being arrested for drug related charges in 2000, Jackson has been clean and sober since, and is known as a celebrity endorser for Ed Hardy Clothing. He hosts several fashion shows around the world.