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Where Are They Now - Friday, November 4, 2016

Hello fans,

This week's celeb Noah Hathaway made it big as a child star playing the role of Boxey in Battlestar Galactica, and as Atreyu in the classic film The Neverending Story.

Curious to know what he's doing now? Well, keep on reading!

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See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":

William Wyler: Director, "Jezebel", "Mrs. Miniver", "The Best Years of Our Lives", "Roman Holiday", "Ben-Hur", and many others

Joan Collins: Starred as Alexis in the TV series "Dynasty", appeared in the "Star Trek" episode "The City on the Edge of Forever"

Bobby Troup: Played Dr. Early on the TV series "Emergency!", was a jazz pianist and singer, wrote the song "Route 66"

(Answer at the bottom)



Learn More About Noah Hathaway on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: November 13, 1971, Los Angeles, California

CLAIM TO FAME: He is best known for his roles as Boxey in the original Battlestar Galactica, and Atreyu in The Neverending Story.

FAMILY LIFE: Hathaway has a wife named Sameerah, and is a father to two boys, named Trey and Jared.

INFO: By the time he was three years old, Hathway was already appearing in commercials. His acting breakthrough came at the age of six when he was cast as Boxey in the cult sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica.

Six years later, in 1984, Hathaway was chosen from his classroom at Le Lycee Francais de Los Angeles to play the leading role of Atreyu in The NeverEnding Story. The film quickly became a cult classic to both young and older audiences, and made Hathaway a memorable star.

He went on to appear in the films Troll and Casebusters, both released in 1986. The last major film he was involved in was To Die, To Sleep (1994).

TRIVIA: Was a Junior Lifeguard as a teenager.

Has a tattooed wedding ring and his wife has one, too. Has stated that he would never do it again if he had known what pain it caused.

Appeared with his father in Battlestar Galactica (1978) and Troll (1986).

The band Atreyu named itself after his character in The NeverEnding Story (1984).

Taught advanced jazz and street dance in his late teens until an injury forced him to quit at 18.

Studied Muay Thai Kickboxing and fought as an amateur.

Holds black belts in Tang Su Do and Shotokan.

WHERE IS HE NOW: In 2016 Hathaway reprised his Neverending Story role for a Spotify commercial celebrating the 1980s.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: (Currently under construction)


2016 The Girl in a Coma (pre-production)...Cat Coleman Psy.D, C.Ht

2016 The Chair...Alvarez

2014 Tom Holland's Twisted Tales...Dave (segment "Boom")

2013 Blue Dream...Roper

2012 Sushi Girl...Fish

1994 To Die, to Sleep...Phil

1986 Wildfire (TV Series)...Additional Voices (voice)

1986 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (TV Series)...Jamie
- Casebusters (1986) ... Jamie

1986 Troll...Harry Potter Jr.

1985 Family Ties (TV Series)...Adam Galardner
- Designated Hitter

1985 CBS Storybreak (TV Series)
- C.L.U.T.Z. (1985) ... (voice)
- How to Eat Fried Worms (1985) ... (voice)

1985 Call to Glory (TV Series)...Boy in French Class
- JFK: Part 2 (1985)

1984 Simon & Simon (TV Series)...Patrick Jessup
- Almost Completely Out of Circulation (1984)

1984 Quest (Short)

1984 The NeverEnding Story...Atreyu

1982 Best Friends...Lyle Ballou

1982 CHiPs (TV Series)...Tommy
- Ice Cream Man (1982)

1982 Laverne & Shirley (TV Series)...Kevin Swisher
- Lightning Man (1982)

1981 Separate Ways...Jason Colby

1980 Eight Is Enough (TV Series)...Jerry
- And Baby Makes Nine: Part 2 (1980)
- And Baby Makes Nine: Part 1 (1980)

1980 It's My Turn...Homer's Son

1980 Mork & Mindy (TV Series)...Jud
- Little Orphan Morkie (1980)

1979 High Midnight (TV Movie)...Timmy

1978-1979 Battlestar Galactica (TV Series)...Boxey

1979 Supertrain (TV Series)...Kid
- Superstar (1979)

1979 The Last Convertible (TV Mini-Series)...Teddy Age 6
- Part 2 (1979)
- Episode #1.3 (1979)
- The Last Convertible (1979)

1978 Battlestar Galactica...Boxey

To see Then & Now pictures of Noah Hathaway, visit: Celebrity Nooz


--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

William Wyler - DEAD (Heart Attack)
Born: 07/01/1902 Died: 07/27/1981

Joan Collins - ALIVE
Born: 05/23/1933

Bobby Troup - DEAD (Heart attack)
Born: 10/18/1918 Died: 02/07/1999



Martin Lippens, 82, Belgian footballer (national team) and coach.

Sverre Andersen, 80, Norwegian football player and manager (Viking, national team), cancer.
Tina Anselmi, 89, Italian politician.
Dave Broadfoot, 90, Canadian comedian (Royal Canadian Air Farce).
Victor Cannings, 97, English cricketer (Hampshire).
Jimmy Gray, 90, English cricketer (Hampshire).
Rodolfo Hinostroza, 75, Peruvian poet.
Bap Kennedy, 54, Northern Irish singer-songwriter, pancreatic and bowel cancer.
Pocho La Pantera (es), 65, Argentine singer, kidney cancer.
Martin Leach, 59, British automotive executive (NextEV Formula E Team), cancer.

Natalie Babbitt, 84, American children's author and illustrator (Tuck Everlasting), lung cancer.
Abdul Majid Cockar, 93, Kenyan judge, Chief Justice (1994-1997).
Paul Detienne, 91-92, Belgian Jesuit priest, scholar and writer of Bengali literature.
Silvio Gazzaniga, 95, Italian sculptor (FIFA World Cup Trophy).
Andy Hill, 54, American politician, member of the Washington Senate (since 2011), lung cancer.
Huo Xuan, 28, Chinese volleyball player (women's national team), heart attack.
Srihari Khoday, 78, Indian industrialist and film producer.
Reynaldo Miravalles, 93, Cuban actor.
Lionel Morrison, 81, South African-born British journalist and trade unionist.
Per Egil Rygg (no), 57, Norwegian military officer.
Klaus Schulten, 69, German-American physicist.
Helen Vreeswijk (nl), 55, Dutch writer.
Vladimir Zeldin, 101, Russian theater and film actor (Desyat Negrityat), People's Artist of the USSR.

Reg Boorman, 80, New Zealand politician, MP for Wairarapa (1984-1988).
Iustinian Chira (ro), 95, Romanian Orthodox prelate, Bishop of Maramure? and Satmar.
James Galanos, 92, American fashion designer.
Tammy Grimes, 82, American actress (The Unsinkable Molly Brown).
John Hicks, 65, American football player (New York Giants), diabetes.
Imre Józsa, 62, Hungarian actor.
Betty Ann Kennedy, 86, American bridge player.
Don Marshall, 80, American actor (Land of the Giants).
Otaru Salihu Ohize, 63, Nigerian politician.
Curly Putman, 85, American songwriter ("Green, Green Grass of Home", "D-I-V-O-R-C-E", "He Stopped Loving Her Today").

Robert Belfanti, 68, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1979-2010).
Norman Brokaw, 89, American talent agent (Marilyn Monroe, Clint Eastwood, Andy Griffith).
Paul Demers (fr), 60, Canadian singer-songwriter, lung cancer.
Roland Dyens, 61, French classical guitarist and composer.
Tony Gauci, 75, Maltese businessman, witness in the Lockerbie bombing case.
Raymond Gilmour, 56 or 57, Northern Irish undercover agent, infiltrated INLA and PIRA.
E. Lee Hennessee, 64, American hedge fund manager.
Dave Lanning, 78, English sports commentator.
Paul Luebke, 70, American politician, member of the North Carolina House of Representatives (since 1991), lymphoma.
Fernando Moresi, 46, Argentine field hockey player, Pan American champion (1995).
John D. Roberts, 98, American chemist.
Pen Sovan, 80, Cambodian politician, Prime Minister (1981).
Barry Stout, 79, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1971-1976) and Senate (1977-2010).
Samuel Zhukhovitsky (de), 99, Russian chess player.

Melhem Barakat, 71, Lebanese singer.
Sir Nicholas Brathwaite, 91, Grenadian politician, Prime Minister (1990-1995), Chairman of the Interim Advisory Council (1983-1984).
John Del Carlo, 61, American opera singer (Metropolitan Opera).
Ron Grant, 72, American composer (Knot's Landing, Tiny Toon Adventures), Oscar winner (1986), septic shock.
Shashikala Kakodkar, 81, Indian politician.
John McDougal, 92, American college basketball coach (Northern Illinois).

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