Cast Of 80s Hit Show “Fame” To Reunite For Charity Concert

I know a LOT of folks who would love to attend this – the cast of the hit ’80s show FAME is reuniting for a 35th anniversary concert to benefit The Actors Fund.

Via People:

Stars Debbie Allen, Jesse Borrego, Cynthia Gibb, Erica Gimpel, Billy Hufsey, Carlo Imperato, Valerie Landsburg and P.R. Paul are scheduled to appear at the event, which will take place at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California, on July 13.

The evening, which marks the first concert in the U.S. by the cast members since 1985, will feature hit songs from the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning drama series — and will benefit The Actors Fund, a national human services organization that focuses on helping individuals in performing arts and entertainment during times of need, crisis or transition.

As many fans know, Gene Anthony Ray, who played “Leroy Johnson,” passed away in 2003 at the age of 41.

People shares several pics of the “kids” today and they look great!

Carlo Imperato

Erica Gimpel – photo: David Zaugh

First Look At FRIENDS “Reunion”

A photo posted by Johnny Galecki (@sanctionedjohnnygalecki) on Jan 24, 2016 at 9:58pm PST

We have our first picture of the much-ballyhooed “reunion” of the cast of FRIENDS thanks to “The Big Bang Theory” star, Johnny Galecki, who posted the above to his Instagram.

The pic shows his “The Big Bang Theory” co-stars Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, and Simon Helberg sitting at a table with Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, and Matt LeBlanc.

Via ExtraTV:

The “Friends” cast was on hand for an NBC special to honor legendary TV producer and director James Burrows, who directed 15 episodes of the hit show from 1994 to 1998.

The only “Friends” cast member missing was Matthew Perry, who has been rehearsing a play in London. Though Perry wasn’t there, he will introduce the cast in the NBC special via video. The special airs on February 21.

Stars from “Two and a Half Men,” “Will & Grace,” “Cheers,” “Frasier,” and “Mike & Molly” were also scheduled to pay tribute to Burrows.

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” Cast 40 Years Later

From L to R: Barry Bostwick, Patricia Quinn, Tim Curry, Meat Loaf and Susan Sarandon.

Entertainment Weekly’s annual Reunion issued picks some great folks to come back, reminisce and remember with.

I especially love the pic of The Rocky Horror Picture Show cast Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Patricia Quinn, and Meat Loaf, brought together for the film’s 40th anniversary.

From EW:

The film was an immediate flop and then a subsequent legend, as an entire devotedly weird subculture built itself up around its red-lipsticked glory, with the call-and-response fervor of a evangelical church. “Molly Ringwald took me to a screening pretty early on,” says Sarandon. “That was the first time I saw it; I believe it was 8th Street, the whole ritual.”

“There’s something incredibly simple about Rocky Horror Picture Show in terms of its color and props and scenes,” says Bostwick. “And I think that’s what people respond to. That they can be any character in it if they have the balls to stand up and put those costumes on.”

Head over to EW for the cast reunions of “Family Ties,” “Bring It On,” and “Felicity.”