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The Whereabouts Of 5 Beloved ’80s Comedy Superstars

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The ’80s was all about having a good time. With a slew of comedy films, theaters were packed with people looking for a laugh. From Spaceballs to Beverly Hills Cop, the hits kept coming. We look at what happened to some of the most memorable stars featured in these flicks.

Make Some Noise

As “The Man of 10,000 Sound Effects,” Michael Winslow is best known for the Police Academy franchise. In 2010, he dove into the smartphone game with his apps ThatsKungFu and NoizeyMan. He also provided the sound effects for the 2011 mobile game Wizard Ops Chapter 1. Winslow still manages to land roles in films such as Sharknado 3 and Killing Hasselhoff.

Working For The Weekend

Terry Kiser won over everyone as the title character in the Weekend at Bernie’s films. In 2013, he opened up an acting school with actress Joy Leigh called The Actors Arena. Kiser can be seen on the TV shows, Johnny Dynamo and The Accidental President. Overall, Kise has appeared in 140 films.

Protecting The Earth

Daphne Zuniga gained national attention with her portrayal of Princess Vespa in Spaceballs. The San Francisco native has turned her attention to saving the environment. Zuniga has worked with numerous organizations, including Waterkeeper Alliance and Natural Resources Defense Council. Recently, the actress has starred in the Lifetime movies My Husband Is Missing and A Christmas Arrangement.

Here Comes The Judge

With roles in Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Beverly Hills Cop, Judge Reinhold found great success. The Emmy nominated star has continued to find roles in Bad Grandmas and Four Christmases and a Wedding. Reinhold is slated to reprise his role of Det. William “Billy” Rosewood in Beverly Hills Cop 4.

You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out

Every Christmas, you’ve seen Peter Billingsley play the lovable Ralphie on A Christmas Story. The actor has since found fame behind the camera as a producer. Several projects he worked on include Iron ManF Is for Family, and MTV’s Made. Billingsley still appears in front of the camera every so often. His last onscreen role was in 2013’s A Case of You.

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Things You Didn’t Know About ‘Sister Wives’ Star Kody Brown

TLC’s Kody Brown rocked the world in 2010 in the premiere of the network’s reality show, Sister Wives. Viewers were immediately intrigued by Brown’s polygamist lifestyle and they wanted to know more. Now nine years later, fans still have their questions. Who exactly is Kody Brown? Is there more to him than meets the eye? Married To Four Women As...

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These Stars Hated Their Own Iconic Characters

These stars have admitted they hated their own iconic characters, and while there’s a few that somehow make sense, we can’t believe some of these actors regret their most iconic characters. At the end of the day there will always be instances where the final result is just too far from the film they’d imagined, and others times…it’s just for the money. So which of your favorite actors simply wasn’t feeling their most iconic role? Read on to find out.

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Celebrities Who Save The Day: 25 Amazing Moments Of Heroism

They’ve played quick-thinking action heroes and special agents on screen, and when a real-life disaster went down before their eyes, these celebs barely even blinked. A surprising number of A-listers have been ready to help save the day, and their astounding actions ultimately rescued some lives.

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