Remember when you couldn't believe that former "Happy Days" heartthrob Scott Baio was "45 ... Now the actor, who was once as well known for his many relationships as his TV roles, is turning 51 on Thursday.To celebrate, we're taking a look back at some of his most famous girlfriends over the years.Moran, 51, was photographed looking worse for wear outside a Holiday Inn in Corydon, Indiana, at the end of last month, after reportedly being kicked out of the trailer she shared with her husband Steve Fleischmann.
Soon after, Scott's parents moved him to Hollywood to help him keep up with the demands of his acting career. This exposure helped him become a major teen idol in the early 1980s.
Throughout his stint on Happy Days (1974) from 1977 to 1984, Scott still managed to appear in several films, including Skatetown, U. After Happy Days (1974) went off the air in 1984, Scott moved to CBS where he was given the starring role on the sitcom Charles in Charge (1984).
While promoting his new Nick at Nite show “See Dad Run,” Baio said he has no plans to invite Moran, his financially strapped former co-star, to guest on the show, reports the New York Post.
Asked about Moran, who was evicted from her Hollywood home and is currently living in an Indiana trailer park, Baio said, “I feel bad, but sometimes you make your bed and you have to sleep in it. I have extended myself a couple of times and at a certain point you have to say, ‘You know what? I am not going to worry about this.’” Moran was recently part of a successful lawsuit that included “Happy Days” stars Donnie Most, Anson Williams and Marion Ross, along with Tom Bosley’s estate.
But since Baio cut a controversial injury suggesting that his onetime girlfriend and co-star may have died last week as a consequence of drug and alcohol abuse, he has received flak from scores of fans and social media users.
Now, it would seem that the 56-year-old former teen idol is also facing the wrath of Moran’s family, most notably her older brother, actor and producer Tony Moran.
On Tuesday, Tony Moran took to Facebook to become the latest person to call out Baio for what many felt was his insinuation that Erin’s cause of death was related to her substance abuse.
According to Fleischmann’s post, which was shared on Baio’s Facebook page yesterday, media has been “relentless” in trying to contact him for a statement, hence his decision to write the letter and set the record straight.
It's been two days since "Happy Days" star Erin Moran was found dead in her New Salisbury, Ind.