“Oh, that’s a shame,” Couric remembered him saying when finding out she was unavailable.
“Michael [Jackson] said to me ‘That’s the kind of girl I would like to go out with.” The single mother of two daughters — Caroline, 17, and Ellie, 21 — admitted that now she wishes she did, in fact, accept his offer. That would have been insane — breaking bread with Michael Jackson!
’” Couric was uncomfortable with his forwardness and said, “Rabbi Shmuley, you have like nine kids, what’s going on here?
” She admitted she was in fact seeing someone as he revealed his curiosity was not for his own benefit.
And [the producers] said they had been thinking along the same lines, so I read again.
Later I got a call from [original casting director] Joel Thurm, who says, 'Well, it's not good news, but it's not bad news either.' He says I'm the only choice for a white actor, but that they'd had a meeting and thought that maybe Bobby should be black and that now they're looking at black actors. So I went back to read, and it was me, Cleavon Little, and somebody else....
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was an American actor, and singer known for playing Kenickie in the movie Grease, and for his roles in two American television series, Taxi and Babylon 5.“And I always wanted to find a father figure for my daughters, but it hasn’t worked out that way.I’ve had long-term relationships, but they haven’t turned into lifelong partners.” Because Couric knows all too well about bouncing back after lost love, she’s understanding about other people’s life experiences as well. While Saget was “really fun,” she didn’t think "I did it for him.” After one date, Couric said she never heard from him again.“I went out with Jeff Probst once too,” she confessed.After breaking into series television in 1975 with Happy Days, followed by guest spots in several other TV shows, and three more movies including Grease, Conaway was cast as vain and struggling, but goodhearted and handsome, aspiring actor Bobby Wheeler in the workplace comedy Taxi, which premiered in fall 1978.