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Where Are They Now - Friday, November 18, 2016

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Now, we are going to catch up with 7th Heaven's David Gallagher. I thought he was really funny in Super 8, but that was well over 5 years ago. What's he been up to lately?

Take care,
Steve


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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--

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

Raul Julia: Starred in the movies "Kiss of the Spider Woman" and "Presumed Innocent", played Gomez in the "Addams Family" movies

Joe Flaherty: Regular cast memeber on the TV sketch comedy series "SCTV", he's also appeared in "Stripes", "Happy Gilmore" and other movies

Mary Hart: Co-host of the TV show "Entertainment Tonight" and former Miss South Dakota

(Answer at the bottom)



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DAVID GALLAGHER

Learn More About DAVID GALLAGHER on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: February 9, 1985, Queens, New York

CLAIM TO FAME: He is best known for playing Simon Camden on the long-running television series 7th Heaven.

FAMILY LIFE: He was born to Elena Gallagher (nee Lopez) and Darren James Gallagher. His parents separated when he was a baby and his mother remarried to Vincent Casey. He has four younger half-siblings, Killian, Kyle, Michelle and Kelly Casey.

INFO: At the age of two, Gallagher began making appearances in print ads around New York City. Later, he appeared in commercials for products like Fisher Price and Tyson Foods.

He made his film debut in the 1993 sequel Look Who's Talking Now, playing Mikey, the son of John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. He appeared on Broadway in a 1995 production of A Christmas Carol, and went on to star in a bunch of TV movies.

In 1996, he won his most famous role, that of Simon Camden in the family drama series 7th Heaven. The show lasted 11 seasons, and turned Gallagher into a well-known teen idol.

He also shot a few films during this time, including Kart Racer, Richie Rich's Christmas Wish, and Little Secrets with Evan Rachel Wood. Gallagher briefly left the show to attend college full-time in 2003, but retured part-time for seasons 9 and 10.

TRIVIA: Is a devoted member and spokesperson of the organization Cure Autism Now, in support of his half-brother Killian, who has the disorder.

Is of Cuban descent on his mother's side, and Irish descent on his father's side.

Has a thing for American made muscle cars, and currently he owns six.

Graduated from Chaminade High School in 2003.

Attended Holy Trinity School in College Point, New York for elementary school.

Graduated in 2007 from the University of Southern California, where he majored in film and television studies.

WHERE IS HE NOW: Gallagher is also known as the voice of Riku in the Kingdom Hearts video game series, will be reprising his role for Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, and will soon appear in the film Hallucinogen, which is currently in post-production.

WRITE TO DAVID GALLAGHER:
David Gallagher
c/o SFM
1122 S. Robertson Blvd., Suite 15
Los Angeles, CA 90035

CREDITS:
2016 Hallucinogen (post-production)...Jake

2015 The Biz (TV Short)...Aaron

2014 Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (Video Game)...Riku / Young Xehanort (English version, voice)

2014 In Your Eyes...Lyle Soames

2013 Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (Video Game)...Riku / Riku Replica (English version, voice)

2012 Criminal Minds (TV Series)...Matt Moore
- The Wheels on the Bus... (2012)

2012 Vegas (TV Series)...Terry
(Il)Legitimate (2012)

2012 Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (Video Game)...Riku (English version, voice)

2012 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)...Adam Kemp
- Tressed to Kill (2012) ... Adam Kemp

2012 CSI: NY (TV Series)...Marty Bosch
- Clean Sweep (2012) ... Marty Bosch

2011 The Vampire Diaries (TV Series)...Ray Sutton
- The Hybrid (2011) ... Ray Sutton
- The Birthday (2011) ... Ray Sutton

2011 Super 8...Donny

2010 Trophy Kids (post-production)...Reid Davis

2010 Kingdom Hearts Re:coded (Video Game)...Riku (voice: English version)

2010 The Deep End (TV series)...Kevin Mather
An Innocent Man

2010 Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (Video Game)...Riku (voice: English version) / Young Master Xehanort (voice: English version)

2010 Betwixt (TV movie)

2009 Smallville (TV series)...Zan
Idol

2009 Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days (Video Game)...Riku (voice: English version)

2006-2009 Numb3rs (TV series)...Buck Winters
Arrow of Time (2009)
Two Daughters (2006)
Spree (2006)

2008 Without a Trace (TV series)...Jeff Ellis
Push Comes to Shove

2008 Bones (TV series)Ryan Stephenson
The He in the She

2008 Saving Grace (TV series)...Paul Shapiro
A Survivor Lives Here

2007 Boogeyman 2...Mark

2007 Freakin' Zombies, Man! (video short)...Duke

2007 CSI: Miami (TV series)...Rick Bates
Dangerous Son

2007 Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories (Video Game)...Riku (voice: English version) / Riku Replica (voice: English version)

2007 The Picture of Dorian Gray...Dorian Gray

1996-2006 7th Heaven (TV series)...Simon Camden

2006 Sunday Morning (video)

2005 Kingdom Hearts II (Video Game)...Riku (voice: English version)

2005 The Quiet...Brian

2003 Kart Racer...Scott McKenna

2002 Kingdom Hearts (Video Game)...Riku (voice: English version)

2001 Little Secrets...David

2000 The New Adventures of Spin and Marty: Suspect Behavior (TV movie)...Marty Markham

1999-2000 The Wild Thornberrys (TV series)...Ben
Every Little Bit Alps (2000)
Lost and Foundation (1999)

1999 Rocket Power (TV series)...Oliver van Rossam
Super McVariel 900/Loss of Squid

1998 Ri¢hie Ri¢h's Christmas Wish (video)...Richie Rich

1997 Walker, Texas Ranger (TV series)...Chad Morgan
Brainchild

1997 Angels in the Endzone (TV movie)...Kevin Harper

1996 Phenomenon...Al Pennamin

1996 Bermuda Triangle (TV movie)...Sam

1996 Summer of Fear (TV movie)...Zack

1995 It Was Him or Us (TV movie)...Stevie Pomeroy

1995 Whisper of the Heart...Seiji Amasawa (voice: English version)

1993 Look Who's Talking Now...Mikey Ubriacco

To see Then & Now pictures of David Gallagher, visit: Celebrity Nooz

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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Raul Julia - DEAD (Stroke)
Born: 03/09/1940 Died: 10/24/1994

Joe Flaherty - ALIVE
Born: 06/21/1941

Mary Hart - ALIVE
Born: 11/08/1951

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WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK...

11/18
Haji Muhammad Adeel, 72, Pakistani politician, cardiac arrest.
Yevgeni Lazarev, 79, Russian-American actor, cardiac arrest.

11/17
Zenon Czechowski, 69, Polish Olympic cyclist (1968).
Virgilio Godoy, 82, Nicaraguan politician, Vice President (1990-1995).
Ruth Gruber, 105, American journalist.
Marzieh Hadidchi, 77, Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander and politician, MP (1984-2000).
Fidel Negrete, 84, Mexican Olympic long-distance runner (1964), Pan American gold medalist (1963).
John Ningark, 72, Canadian politician, member of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories (1989-1999) and Nunavut (2009-2013), cancer.
Whitney Smith, 76, American vexillologist.

11/16
Len Allchurch, 83, Welsh footballer (Swansea City, Sheffield United, national team).
Juan Amorós, 80, Spanish cinematographer.
Jay Wright Forrester, 98, American computer engineer and systems scientist.
Gail Hall, 65, Canadian chef.
Melvin Laird, 94, American politician and writer, Secretary of Defense (1969-1973), complications of respiratory failure.
Daniel Leab, 80, German-born American historian.
Neil Marshall, 31, English footballer (Lancaster City), lymphoma.
Hans-Günter Neues, 66, German football player and coach.
Daniel Prodan, 44, Romanian footballer (Steaua Bucharest, Atlético Madrid, national team), heart attack.
Mentor Williams, 70, American songwriter and producer ("Drift Away", "When We Make Love").

11/15
Bob Addis, 91, American baseball player (Chicago Cubs, Boston Braves).
Mose Allison, 89, American jazz pianist, singer and songwriter ("Young Man Blues").
Nana Afia Kobi Serwaa Ampem II, 109, Ghanaian royal, Queen mother of the Ashanti Empire.
Dwayne Andreas, 98, American businessman.
Cliff Barrows, 93, American music director (Billy Graham Evangelistic Association).
Rod Bieleski, 85, New Zealand plant physiologist.
Ray Brady, 79, Irish footballer (Millwall).
Bobby Campbell, 60, Northern Irish footballer (Bradford City).
Ishwar Dass Dhiman, 82, Indian politician.
Sixto Durán Ballén, 95, Ecuadorian politician, President (1992-1996).
Jules Eskin, 85, American cellist (Boston Symphony Orchestra), cancer.
C. W. Gusewelle, 83, American journalist (The Kansas City Star).
Aki Hintsa (fi), 58, Finnish sports doctor, cancer.
Tatiana Hoffman, 69, Israeli journalist and news anchor, heart attack.
Milt Okun, 92, American singer and music producer.
Ada Pace (it), 92, Italian car and motorcycle racer.
Paul Rosche, 82, German engineer (BMW).
Clift Tsuji, 75, American politician, member of the Hawaii House of Representatives (since 2005).
Bob Walsh, 68, Canadian blues singer and guitarist.

11/14
Diana Balmori, 84, American landscape designer.
Vladimir Belov, 58, Russian handball player, Olympic silver medalist (1980).
Ibrahim Dasuki, 93, Nigerian spiritual leader, Sultan of Sokoto (1988-1996).
Holly Dunn, 59, American country music singer-songwriter ("Daddy's Hands", "Are You Ever Gonna Love Me", "You Really Had Me Going"), ovarian cancer.
Marti Friedlander, 88, New Zealand photographer, breast cancer.
Bob Gain, 87, American football player (Cleveland Browns).
Gun Hellsvik, 74, Swedish politician, Minister of Justice (1991-1994), cancer.
Roger Hobbs, 28, American author, overdose.
Gwen Ifill, 61, American journalist (PBS NewsHour, Washington Week), endometrial cancer.
Mahpiya Ska, 20, American albino buffalo.
David Mancuso, 72, American DJ and founder of The Loft.
Sir James McNeish, 85, New Zealand writer.
Gardnar Mulloy, 102, American tennis player, winner of the US Open (1942, 1945, 1946, 1948) and Wimbledon Championships (1957), complications from a stroke.
Sarlito Wirawan Sarwono (id), 72, Indonesian psychologist and terrorism expert, gastrointestinal bleeding.
Kenichiro Takai (ja), 79, Japanese manga writer.
Janet Wright, 71, Canadian actress (Corner Gas, The Perfect Storm, McCabe & Mrs. Miller).

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