Timelines for year 1985
Was cast as "Jennifer Parker" in Back to the Future (1985) after actress Claudia Wells dropped out of the film during preproduction. Wells had recently filmed a television pilot ("Off the Rack" (1984)) that had been picked up by ABC for a six-episode run and the shooting schedules would have conflicted. Melora never shot a single frame of the movie, however; she was let go when Eric Stoltz was replaced by Michael J. Fox as the original Marty McFly because she was considered too tall to be his girlfriend. Wells was then brought back as Marty's girlfriend when her series didn't get picked up by ABC for a full season.
North Central High School, the high school he attended, named their baseball field after him in 1985.
Playboy Playmate of the Month, April 1985 (as Cindy Brooks)
A civil rights and anti-war activist, Whitehorn was arrested and convicted in 1985 in the Resistance Conspiracy to attack the U.S. Capitol, the Navy War College, and other targets; she was released from prison in August, 1999.
Was awarded the Grammy Award for "Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Recording" in 1985 for "The Words Of Gandhi.".
Director of the National Security Agency, May 1985 - August 1988.
Conceptualized the pay-per-view event WrestleMania (1985) (V) in 1984 after his father passed away that same year.
Arrested for a 1978 murder. 
1991: He and a close friend found themselves in possession of Guinea Pig (1985) (V), rumored to contain actual snuff footage. Unable to convincingly explain away the atrocities as special effects work, they called the FBI, which tracked down the makers of the film, who convinced them that the onscreen deaths were indeed special effects.
She was nominated for a 1985 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actress in a Principal Role in a Play for "The Birthday Party" at the Court Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
Spent her winters growing up at Mar-A-Lago, Palm Beach, Florida's largest and most elaborate estate. Today, Mar-a-Lago is owned by Donald Trump, who runs the estate as a private club and residence. Trump rescued the estate from condemnation in 1985, and painstakingly restored it to its former glory.
She learned American sign language for the role of "Jill" in A Summer to Remember (1985) (TV).
Was engaged briefly to Black Sabbath leader/guitarist Tony Iommi during 1985. He appears momentarily at the beginning of the video of her song "Dressed To Kill.".
He has been with CBS since 1985 when he hosted the college football studio show. The lead play-by-play announcer for College Basketball, he has been calling the college game since 1990, including the NCAA tournament.
Dated Rene Elizondo, they then married.
His 1985 salary of $1,176,190 per season was the sixth highest in the American League.
Won Broadway's 1985 Tony Award as Best Actress (Featured Role - Musical) for "Grind."
Met husband-to-be Taylor Hackford when he directed her in White Nights . When the couple married in the Scottish Highlands, Hackford was dressed in a traditional Scottish tartan kilt.
Met husband-to-be Taylor Hackford when he directed her in White Nights (1985). When the couple married in the Scottish Highlands, Hackford was dressed in a traditional Scottish tartan kilt.
Filmed his son Jake's birth and put in his movie, Bring on the Night