Instead of a pure artist profile start to finish as I am accustomed to doing, I will do a profile, but focus on someone who was thrust into the limelight and then seemed to disappear once that vehicle finished.
Known as The Kenosha Kid, he was a genuine football hero from the heart of Wisconsin and a High School All American Honorable Mention. I was there for 29 years." In 1965, by the time he was 25, he was co-starring with Colleen Dewhurst in a road company version of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?For its debut season in 1981, "Hill Street Blues" received 21 Emmy nominations and won eight of them, including the first of four consecutive Outstanding Drama Series statues."Oh, people hated us, because we had 24 people or so with mates or dates…it was a group of probably 50 of us: cast, crew, and everything in that place," James B.Since then, Travanti has appeared in a number of TV movies and has made appearances in television programs such as Poltergeist: The Legacy (1997) and Prison Break (2005). I wont do one a week, but I will do them periodically, possibly once a month.