Timelines for year 1987
Went to high school with Christina Applegate; then later made a guest appearance on "Married with Children" .
Went to high school with Christina Applegate; then later made a guest appearance on "Married with Children" (1987).
Auditioned for the role of Al Bundy on "Married with Children" (1987).
Named All-Southwest Conference in 1987 and Southwest Conference All Academic honoree.
USBWA National Coach of the Year, 1987, 1988. Consensus National Coach of the Year, Associated Press Coach of the Year, United Press International Coach of the Year, CNN/USA Today Coach of the Year, Kodak-NABC Coach of the Year, Chevrolet Coach of the Year, Black Coaches Association Coach of the Year, 1988. Eastern Basketball Coach of the Year, 1993.
He is one of several famous and tragic figures from history to be featured on the front and back sleeves of rock band Marillion's "Clutching at Straws" album, released in 1987.
Brother Tom was once a road manager for "Peter, Paul and Mary" and rented rooms in their Los Feliz mansion to singers and artists of the time, including Bob Dylan. It was documented in "Flashing on the Sixties", a 1987 collection of photos and text.
After collaborating with them for about 3 years, he had a mysterious falling out with the Beastie Boys in 1987, around the same time the group left their then-label, Def Jam Recordings and signed with Capitol/EMI Records, for whom they have recorded ever since. It is unclear whether the Beastie Boys left Def Jam as a result of their conflict with Rubin, or whether their ended friendship was because the group left the label for financial reasons. Shortly after the Beasties left Def Jam, Rick Rubin claimed he deserved all the credit for their success because he totally crafted their image and songs, although this never went to court.
He won the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for directing Czech playwright Václav Havel's "Largo Desolato" at the Taper, Too in 1987.
Is a singer-songwriter who performs many of her own songs on "The Bold and the Beautiful" (1987) and co-wrote and performed a song on the Jimmy Zip (1999) soundtrack.
In the same tradition as Jonathan Frakes, of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987) reprising Commander Riker, Auberjonois reprised Constable Odo from "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993) for an episode of "Family Guy" (1999).
Turned down a regular role on "Married with Children" because he felt the show wouldn't be a hit with him in it. Passed on the recurring character of Dean Cyrus O'Dell of Hearst College on "Veronica Mars" , also. He decided to do the West End production of "Love Song" by John Kolvenbach instead.
Turned down a regular role on "Married with Children" (1987) because he felt the show wouldn't be a hit with him in it. Passed on the recurring character of Dean Cyrus O'Dell of Hearst College on "Veronica Mars" (2004), also. He decided to do the West End production of "Love Song" by John Kolvenbach instead.
Was member of the dramatic jury at the Sundance Film Festival in 1987.
Played 300 soldout concerts between 1987-1991.
Made a very special appearance in Ann Magnuson's Cinemax comedy movie special Vandemonium Plus (1987) (TV) - he played Steve The Piglet.
The noticeable scar on his chin occurred while filming No Man's Land (1987). A prop explosive detonated accidentally, ripping into his chin and requiring eight stitches.
Received a star on Hollywood Boulevard in 1987.
Winner of the 1987 J.G. Taylor Spink Award, voted by the Baseball Writers Association of America and presented by the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
His son Francesco Valli also made a small appearance in the same episode of "Full House" (1987) in which his father appeared.