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April 19, 2019

Hello fans,

Closeout EventWhere is David Soul of Starsky and Hutch fame these days? Good question.

Well, for right now, he's the featured celebrity for today's issue of Where Are They Now!

One thing I can tell you for sure is that he isn't living in the United States anymore. If you're wondering where he went or what he is doing now, this is place you need to be! Enjoy!

And remember, if you would like to see the rest of this issue and David's CREDITS, the answers to DEAD OR ALIVE?, and the list of WHO PASSED ON THIS WEEK, then please, please, please click the link right here: Where is David Soul?

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Brigitte Bardot: French bombshell actress from the 1960s, starred in "And God Created Woman"

Ken Howard: Starred in the TV series "The White Shadow"

John Amos: Played Pa on the TV series "Good Times", played Kunta Kinte in the sequel to the TV mini-series "Roots"

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David Soul

Learn More About David Soul, see Then & Now pictures, and find out What He's Been Up To on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: August 28, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois, USA

BIRTH NAME: David Richard Solberg

CLAIM TO FAME: David Soul is an American actor and singer. He is known for his role as Detective Kenneth "Hutch" Hutchinson in the ABC television series Starsky & Hutch (1975-1979).

FAMILY LIFE: Soul has been married five times and has five sons (two of whom are stepsons) and a daughter. Soul was married to Mim Solberg from December of 1963, until their divorce in 1965. His marriage to co-star Karen Carlson lasted from June of 1968, until their divorce in 1977. His third married to Patti Carnel Sherman in 1980, and lasted until 1986 when his alcohol abuse and violent temper resulted in a physical assault during her pregnancy. Wife number four was Julia Nickson. They were married in 1987 and then divorced in 1993. Soul met future wife Helen Snell in 2002. The two were married in 2010 and are together in the U.K. to this day.

INFO: Fluent in both German and Spanish.

Is of Norwegian descent.

His mother was a singer and his father, Dr. Richard Solberg, was a Lutheran minister and educator.

His brother, Daniel Solberg, is a well known Lutheran minister and social activist.

Always wanted to be known for his music.

Attended Augustana College but withdrew after two years.

Studied for one year at the University of the Americas in Mexico City.

TRIVIA: Soul first gained attention as the "Covered Man" appearing on The Merv Griffin Show in 1966 and 1967, on which he sang while wearing a mask.

Soul also directed three episodes of Starsky and Hutch: "Huggy Can't Go Home" (1979), "Manchild on the Streets" (1977), and "Survival" (1977).

During the mid- to late 1970s, Soul returned to his singing roots. Produced by Tony Macaulay, he recorded hits including "Don't Give Up on Us" (1977) which reached No. 1 in the US and the UK, and "Silver Lady" (1977) which also topped the charts in the UK. From 1976 until 1978, he had five UK Top 20 singles and two Top 10 albums. From 1976 to 1982 he toured extensively in the US, Europe, Far East and South America.

Became a United Kingdom citizen in September 2004.

He is an avid fan of English football and is an Arsenal F.C. supporter.

WHERE IS HE NOW: Currently, Soul is working on a documentary titled - Cuban Soul. From his website: "A darkly comic film, Cuban Soul follows the intrepid odyssey of David Soul as he sets out to restore Ernest Hemingway's long, lost and recently unearthed, derelict 1955 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe convertible. While providing insight into present day Cuba and her people; Hemingway's love of the island and their love for him, David's journey also reveals an impossible Cuban bureaucracy set against an archaic and failed US policy towards Cuba.


2018 Payne & Redemption...Deputy Chief Jim Coraggio (rumored)

2013/I Filth...Punter

2012 Inspector Lewis (TV Series)...Paul Yelland
- The Indelible Stain (2012) ... Paul Yelland

2011 Mermaids: The Body Found (TV Movie)...Narrator (voice)

2010 Crash Bang Wallow (Short)...Narrator (voice)

2009 Farewell...Hutton

2009 That Deadwood Feeling (Video)...Larry

2006 Old Dog (Short)...Chaney Gray / Sal

2005 Puritan...Eric Bridges

2005 Jerry Springer: The Opera (TV Movie)...Jerry Springer

2004 The Dark Lantern (TV Movie)...Storyteller

2004 Poirot (TV Series)...Andrew Pennington
- Death on the Nile (2004) ... Andrew Pennington

2004 Starsky & Hutch...Original Hutch

2004 Dalziel and Pascoe (TV Series)...Detective Gus D'Amato
- A Game of Soldiers (2004) ... Detective Gus D'Amato

2002 Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time (TV Mini-Series)...Mission Control
- Death Comes to Time (2002) ... Mission Control (voice)

2001-2002 Holby City (TV Series)...Alan Fletcher / Professor Alan Fletcher
- Change of Heart (2002) ... Alan Fletcher
- Going Gently (2001) ... Professor Alan Fletcher

2001 Tabloid...Harvey

1998 The New Adventures of Robin Hood (TV Series)...Clement the Hermit
- Vanishing Act (1998) ... Clement the Hermit

1998 Terror in the Mall (TV Movie)...Roger Karey

1995 The Girls of Lido (TV Mini-Series)...Walter
- Episode #1.2 (1995) ... Walter
- Episode #1.1 (1995) ... Walter

1995 Vents contraires (TV Movie)...Quill

1995 Sandra, the Rebel Princess (TV Mini-Series)...Zoltan Kouros
- Episode #1.7 (1995) ... Zoltan Kouros
- Episode #1.6 (1995) ... Zoltan Kouros
- Episode #1.5 (1995) ... Zoltan Kouros
- Episode #1.4 (1995) ... Zoltan Kouros
- Episode #1.3 (1995) ... Zoltan Kouros
- Episode #1.2 (1995) ... Zoltan Kouros
- Episode #1.1 (1995) ... Zoltan Kouros

1994 High Tide (TV Series)...Brian Landis
- Sitting Ducks (1994) ... Brian Landis

1994 Le juge est une femme (TV Series)...Jerome Keaton
- Danse avec la mort (1994) ... Jerome Keaton

1994 Pentathlon...Heinrich Müller

1993 What's the Bet? (TV Series)
- Episode dated 25 May 1993 (1993)

1991-1993 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)...Jordan Barnett / Wes McSorley
- Threshold of Fear (1993) ... Jordan Barnett
- A Killing in Vegas (1991) ... Wes McSorley

1988-1992 Jake and the Fatman (TV Series)...Dashiell Jaimeson / Nelson Boardman
- All Through the Night (1992) ... Dashiell Jaimeson
- How Long Has This Been Going On? (1988) ... Nelson Boardman

1992 Grave Secrets: The Legacy of Hilltop Drive (TV Movie)...Sam Haney

1992 Perry Mason: The Case of the Fatal Framing (TV Movie)...Truman York

1991 Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann (TV Movie)...Terry Anderson

1990 Tides of War...Martin Henkle

1990 The Bride in Black (TV Movie)...Owen Malloy / John McGuire

1990 In the Cold of the Night...Dr. Frieberg

1990 The Young Riders (TV Series)...Jeremy Styles
- Gathering Clouds: Part 2 (1990) ... Jeremy Styles
- Gathering Clouds: Part 1 (1990) ... Jeremy Styles

1990 So Proudly We Hail (TV Movie)...Alden Ernst

1989 Prime Target (TV Movie)...Peter Armetage

1989 Deadly Nightmares (TV Series)...Cooper Halliday
- Renaissance (1989) ... Cooper Halliday

1989 Unsub (TV Series)...John Westley "Westy" Grayson / Wes Grayson
- Burn Out (1989) ... John Westley "Westy" Grayson
- And the Dead Shall Rise to Condem Thee: Part 2 (1989) ... John Westley "Westy" Grayson
- And the Dead Shall Rise to Condem Thee: Part 1 (1989) ... John Westley "Westy" Grayson
- And They Swam Right Over the Dam (1989) ... John Westley "Westy" Grayson
- Daddy Dearest (1989) ... John Westley "Westy" Grayson
- Clean Slate (1989) ... John Westley "Westy" Grayson
- Silent Stalker (1989) ... John Westley "Westy" Grayson
- White Bone Demon (1989) ... Wes Grayson

1989 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series)...Michael Dennison
- Don't Sell Yourself Short (1989) ... Michael Dennison

1988 In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders (TV Movie)...Michael Lee Platt

1988 Bloodstone...Sandy McVey (voice, uncredited)

1988 Appointment with Death...Jefferson Cope

1988 Secret of the Sahara (TV Mini-Series)...Lieutenant Riker
- Episode #1.4 (1988) ... Lieutenant Riker
- Episode #1.3 (1988) ... Lieutenant Riker
- Episode #1.2 (1988) ... Lieutenant Riker
- Episode #1.1 (1988) ... Lieutenant Riker

1987 Crime Story (TV Series)...Dr. Newhouse
- Blast from the Past (1987) ... Dr. Newhouse

1987 Harry's Hong Kong (TV Movie)...Harry Petros

1987 The Hanoi Hilton...Oldham

1986 The Fifth Missile (TV Movie)...Capt. Kevin Harris

1985 The Key to Rebecca (TV Movie)...Alex Wolff

1984 Partners in Crime (TV Series)...Harry
- The Hottest Guy in Town (1984) ... Harry

1983-1984 The Yellow Rose (TV Series)...Roy Champion
All 22 episodes

1983 Through Naked Eyes (TV Movie)...William Parrish

1983 Casablanca (TV Series)...Rick Blaine
- Divorce Casablanca Style (1983) ... Rick Blaine
- The Cashier and the Belly Dancer (1983) ... Rick Blaine
- Jenny (1983) ... Rick Blaine
- Master Builder's Woman (1983) ... Rick Blaine
- Who Am I Killing (1983) ... Rick Blaine

1982 World War III (TV Movie)...Col. Jake Caffey

1981 The Manions of America (TV Mini-Series)...Caleb Staunton
- Part II (1981) ... Caleb Staunton

1980 Homeward Bound (TV Movie)...Jake Seaton

1980 Rage! (TV Movie)...Cal Morrisey

1980 Swan Song (TV Movie)...Jesse Swan

1979 Salem's Lot (TV Movie)...Ben Mears

1975-1979 Starsky and Hutch (TV Series)...Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson
All 92 episodes

1977 The Stick Up...Duke Turnbeau

1977 Little Ladies of the Night (TV Movie)...Lyle York

1975 Dogpound Shuffle...Pritt

1975 Gunsmoke (TV Series)...Ike
- Brides and Grooms (1975) ... Ike

1974 Medical Center (TV Series)...Walter
- Kiss and Kill (1974) ... Walter

1974 McMillan & Wife (TV Series)...Jerry
- Guilt by Association (1974) ... Jerry

1974 The Rookies (TV Series)...Johnny Dane
- A Test of Courage (1974) ... Johnny Dane

1973-1974 Cannon (TV Series)...Udo Giesen / Sean
- Lady in Red (1974) ... Udo Giesen
- Death of a Stone Seahorse (1973) ... Sean

1974 The Disappearance of Flight 412 (TV Movie)...Captain Roy Bishop

1971-1974 Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law (TV Series)...Ted Warrick / Doug / Pete
- The Desertion of Keith Ryder (1974) ... Ted Warrick
- I've Promised You a Father: Part 2 (1974) ... Ted Warrick
- Subject: The Sterlization of Judy Simpson (1974) ... Ted Warrick
- Love Child (1972) ... Doug
- Eulogy for a Wide Receiver (1971) ... Pete

1973 Magnum Force...Davis

1973 Circle of Fear (TV Series)...James Barlow
- The Phantom of Herald Square (1973) ... James Barlow

1973 Intertect (TV Movie)...Curt Lowens

1972 The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series)...Inspector James 'Jim' Martin, SFPD
- Hall of Mirrors (1972) ... Inspector James 'Jim' Martin, SFPD

1972 The F.B.I. (TV Series)...Clifford Wade
- The Runner (1972) ... Clifford Wade

1972 Movin' On (TV Movie)...Jeff

1971 All in the Family (TV Series)...Szabo Daborba
- Gloria Poses in the Nude (1971) ... Szabo Daborba

1971 Johnny Got His Gun...Swede

1971 Ironside (TV Series)...Roy Harris
- Lesson in Terror (1971) ... Roy Harris

1971 Dan August (TV Series)...Lawrence Merrill III
- The Manufactured Man (1971) ... Lawrence Merrill III

1970 The Young Rebels (TV Series)...Capt. Marshall
- The Age of Independence (1970) ... Capt. Marshall

1968-1970 Here Come the Brides (TV Series)...Joshua Bolt
All 52 episodes

1967 The Secret Sharer

1967 Star Trek (TV Series)...Makora
- The Apple (1967) ... Makora

1967 I Dream of Jeannie (TV Series)...Orderly
- My Master, the Weakling (1967) ... Orderly

1967 Flipper (TV Series)...Dennis Blake
- The Firing Line: Part 1 (1967) ... Dennis Blake

1966 The Lloyd Thaxton Show (TV Series)
- Episode #4.185 (1966)


1976: David Soul - UK #2 Australia #8

1977: Playing To An Audience Of One - UK #8 Australia #30

1979: Band Of Friends

1982: The Best Days of My Life

1997: Leave A Light On

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

--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

Brigitte Bardot - ALIVE
Born: 06/01/1926

Ken Howard - DEAD
Born: 03/28/1944 Died: 03/23/2016

John Amos - ALIVE
Born: 12/27/38


Massimo Bordin [it], 67, Italian journalist.
Dynand Fariz [id], 55, Indonesian designer.
Folagbade Olateru Olagbegi III, 77, Nigerian ruler, Olowo of Owo.

Ferenc Bács [hu], 82, Hungarian actor, Kossuth Prize winner.
Ahmad Eghtedari, 93-94, Iranian teacher, lawyer and writer, complications from lung and kidney deficiencies.
Guro Fjellanger, 55, Norwegian politician, Minister of the Environment (1997-2000).
Jose Mari Gonzales, 80, Filipino actor and politician, pneumonia.
Xia Suisheng, 94, Chinese surgeon, pioneer in organ transplantation.

Warren Adler, 91, American author (The War of the Roses, Random Hearts), liver cancer.
Owen Garriott, 88, American astronaut (Skylab 3).
Sithembile Gumbo, 56, Zimbabwean politician, MP for Lupane, traffic collision.
Lloyd James, 82, Bermudian cricketer.
Aleksandar Kostov, 81, Bulgarian football player (Levski Sofia, national team) and coach (AS Marsa).
Malky McCormick, 76, Scottish cartoonist, vascular dementia.[14]
Don Perry, 89, Canadian ice hockey player (New Haven Blades) and coach (Los Angeles Kings).
Les Reed, 83, English songwriter ("It's Not Unusual", "Delilah", "The Last Waltz").
Winston L. Shelton, 96, American inventor and entrepreneur.
Joaquim Alberto Silva, 45, Angolan footballer, heart attack.
Noel Starblanket, 72, Canadian First Nations leader, national chief of National Indian Brotherhood (1976-1980).
Joe Terry, 78, American rock and roll singer (Danny & the Juniors).
Dave Treadway, 34, Canadian freestyle skier, skiing fall.
Jonathan Wolman, 68, American newspaper editor (The Detroit News, Denver Post) and bureau chief (Associated Press), pancreatic cancer.

Bibi Andersson, 83, Swedish actress (The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, Persona), complications from a stroke.
Giuseppe Ciarrapico, 85, Italian politician and football executive, Senator (2008-2013) and President of A.S. Roma (1991-1993).
Colin Collindridge, 98, English footballer (Sheffield United).
David Brion Davis, 92, American historian.
Nand Lal, 74, Indian politician.
John MacLeod, 81, American basketball coach (Phoenix Suns, Notre Dame), complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Mirjana Markovic, 76, Serbian politician and fugitive from justice, pneumonia.
Bongani Mnguni, 65, South African photographer.
Rakhal Chandra Mohanty [or], 86, Indian music director and singer.
Dmitri Nabokov, 42, Russian ice hockey player (Krylya Sovetov Moscow, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Islanders).
Jacek Namiesnik, 69, Polish chemist, rector of Gdansk University of Technology.
Neles Tebay [id], 55, Indonesian Roman Catholic priest and West Papuan peace activist, bone cancer.
Gene Wolfe, 87, American science fiction (The Book of the New Sun) and fantasy writer (Soldier of Sidon), Nebula (1974, 1981) and multi-Locus Award winner, heart disease.

Francisca Aguirre, 88, Spanish poet, winner of the Premio Nacional de las Letras Españolas (2018).
D. Babu Paul, 78, Indian civil servant, multiple organ failure.
Rodolfo Francisco Bobadilla Mata, 86, Guatemalan Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Huehuetenango (1996-2012).
Tony Buzan, 76, English author and educational consultant.
Neus Català, 103, Spanish Resistance fighter, Holocaust survivor and political activist.
S. Thomas Gagliano, 87, American politician, member of the New Jersey Senate (1978-1989).
Paul Greengard, 93, American neuroscientist, Nobel Prize laureate (2000).
Norio Kaifu, 75, Japanese astronomer, director-general of the National Astronomical Observatory (2000-2006), president of the IAU (2012-2015), pancreatic cancer.
Mamman Nasir, 89, Nigerian judge, President of the courts of appeals (1978-1992).
Paul Raymond, 73, English keyboardist and guitarist (Plastic Penny, UFO, Savoy Brown), heart attack.
J. K. Rithesh, 46, Indian actor and politician, heart attack.
S. K. Shivakumar, 66, Indian space scientist, complications from jaundice.
Ján Starší, 85, Slovak ice hockey player and coach.
LeRoy Washburn, 84, Canadian politician, member of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick (1974-1982).
Hubert Wayaffe [fr], 81, French radio personality and disc jockey.
Lydia Wideman, 98, Finnish cross-country skier, Olympic champion (1952).
Yvette Williams, 89, New Zealand Hall of Fame athlete, Olympic (1952) and Commonwealth (1950, 1954) champion.

Ivor Broadis, 96, English footballer (Carlisle United, national team).
Dina, 62, Portuguese singer, pulmonary fibrosis.
Georgia Engel, 70, American actress (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Open Season, Everybody Loves Raymond).
Bobby Gale, 62, Canadian radio personality, traffic collision.
Forrest Gregg, 85, American Hall of Fame football player (Green Bay Packers) and coach (Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns), complications from Parkinson's disease.
Ronald Paul Herzog, 76, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Alexandria (2005-2017).
Johnny Hutchinson, 78, English rock and roll drummer (The Big Three).
John McEnery, 76, British actor (Romeo and Juliet, Nicholas and Alexandra, The Land That Time Forgot).
Paul Rawlinson, 56, British lawyer, head of Baker McKenzie (since 2016).
Tommy Smith, 74, English footballer (Liverpool, national team), dementia.
Gary Stewart, 62, American music executive and archivist (Rhino Records, Apple Inc.).

Thomas A. Abercrombie, 68, American writer, liver cancer.
Alexander V. Acebo, 91, American politician.
Can Bartu, 83, Turkish basketball player and footballer.
Ivan Boychuk [uk], 67, Ukrainian politician.
Ian Cognito, 60, British stand-up comedian, heart attack.
Howard Copeland, 75, American politician, member of the Virginia House of Delegates (1981-1995), chordoma.
Ergo Nõmmiste [et], 62, Estonian physicist.
Jorge Menéndez, 67, Uruguayan doctor and politician, Minister of Defence (2016-2019).
Soni Methu, 34, Kenyan journalist (CNN, CGTN).
Monkey Punch, 81, Japanese manga artist (Lupin the Third), pneumonia.
Mus Mulyadi [id], 73, Indonesian singer.
Stanley Plumly, 79, American poet, multiple myeloma.
Ivan Ponomarenko [uk], 73, Ukrainian opera singer.
Scott Sanderson, 62, American baseball player (Chicago Cubs, Montreal Expos, Los Angeles Angels), agent and broadcaster, cancer.
Dmitri Savitski, 75, Russian writer and poet.
Max van Weezel, 67, Dutch journalist, pancreatic cancer.

Werner Bardenhewer, 90, German Roman Catholic priest and humanitarian, Dean of Wiesbaden (1974-1996).
Randall C. Berg Jr., 70, American attorney, Executive Director of the Florida Justice Institute (1978-2018), ALS.
Drupad Borgohain, 77, Indian politician, MP (1998-2004), kidney disease.
Earl Thomas Conley, 77, American country music singer-songwriter ("Holding Her and Loving You"), cerebral atrophy.
Gennadi Frolov [ru], 81, Russian actor (Battle of Moscow, Plumbum, or The Dangerous Game).
Irwin L. Jacobs, 77, American investor (Genmar Holdings, Fishing League Worldwide, Watkins Incorporated), suicide by gunshot.
Claude Lalanne [fr], 93, French sculptor (Les Lalanne).
Javier Muguerza [es], 82, Spanish philosopher.
Boy Roque, Filipino actor, heart attack.
Youa True Joseph Vang, 83, Laotian-American military officer.
Walter White, 67, American football player (Kansas City Chiefs), pancreatic cancer.
Estrella Zeledón Lizano, 89, Costa Rican politician, First Lady (1978-1982).