Scott Baio spoke at the 2016 Republican National Convention, endorsing Donald Trump.
Scott's first serious girlfriend was actress Erin Moran who he co starred with on Happy Days and Joanie loves Chachi. In fact, he credits her as being his first.
He was a member of Young Americans for Freedom.
When he was a teen idol, Scott would received 5,000 letters per week from fans.
Scott has dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Scott Baio was on the TV series Rewind in 1997.
Scott Baio was on the TV series Diagnosis Murder in the episode "Standing Eight Count" (1995) He was in 34 episodes all together.
Scott Baio was is the movie Detonator in 1998.
Scott Baio was in the movie Bar Hopping in 2000.
Scott Baio was in the movie Dumb Luck in 2001.
Scott Baio wrote The movie Face To Face in 2001.
Scott Baio was the director for the TV series Out Of This World in 1987.
Scott Baio was the director for the TV series The Parkers 1999.
Scott Baio was in the movie Blansky's Beauties in 1977.
Scott Baio was the host of Top 40 Videos in 1982.
Scott Baio was in the movie The Boy Who Drank Too Much in 1980.
Scott Baio was in the movie Senior Trip in 1981.
Scott Baio was in the movie Face Value in 2001.
Scott appears as Card #10 in DuoCard's Happy Days collection.
Scott also took on the challenge of co-scriptwriting a show entitled A Wedding For Bella.
Scott came out with a second album in 1983 called The Boys Are Out Tonight.
Scott made his first Album on 1982 with RCA records called Scott Baio.
Scott did a Regional TV commercial with Mel Gibson for LASSO in 2003.
Scott took on a more challenging role in the movie Van Stone: Tour of Duty as character Lt. Perry.
Scott participated in the Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion in 2005.
In August of 1978 Tiger Beat Star wrote an article about Scott for his role in Singing Gave Him The Blues.
In the UK magazine called Empire, there was an article written about Scott's role in Goodbye Grey Skies.
Scott did an interview in Entertainment Weekly called Stupid Questions.
Also in 1982 Scott won the "Young Artist Award" for his character of Chachi in Happy Days as the "Best Young Comedian - Television.
In 1982 Scott won the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in a Television Special. The special was called Stoned.
In the Young Artists Awards Scott was nominated for Best Young Actor in a New Television Series for Joanie Love Chachi in 1983.
Scott won the 2002 award for Best Actor for his role in The Bread, My Sweet at the Festival Awards.
Scott is the son of Mario and Rose Baio who both emigrated to the US from Italy.
TV guide ranked Scott as # 16 in TV's Greatest Teen Idols.
Scott shares his birthday with other TV stars such as Helen Hunt and Catherine Oxenberg.
Scott attended high school in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY. The name of his high school was Xaverian High School.
Scott has a brother by the name of Steven Baio.
Scott has also date women such as Erika Eleniak, Nicole Eggert, Natalie Raitano, Nicollette Sheridan and Heather Locklear.
Scott was inducted into The Man Show Hall of Fame for dating women such as Brooke Shields and Pamela Anderson.
Scott has two cousins named Jimmy Baio and Joey Baio.
Back in 1997 there was a rumor going around that shocked many. It was published that Scott was killed in a car crash. The rumor was false of course but the TV people were all stunned and saddened.
The show Rewind starred Scott and Fox Networked picked up the show in 1998. But the show never aired as it got canceled before it got started.
Scott is 6 feet tall.
Scott is also credited in some of his work as Scott Vincent Baio.
Scott Baio: On the set, people would rag on me about stuff I just wasn't capable of doing. But it was that sort of thing that made them kind of like my brothers, I would mess with them and they would mess with me. Stuff like that made me completely comfortable on every level of this movie.
Scott Baio: Maybe it's something about Italian culture, but that's what we do. Break balls! I do it every day of my life.
Scott Baio: It's a werewolf movie with Christina Ricci, and it was a chance to work with some good people. But playing yourself is always fairly risky because you gotta watch how you goof on yourself
Scott Baio: I very rarely came across rude or disrespectful people. I don't know how I slipped by all of them, but I honestly can't think of one experience off the top of my head that was like that. I'm sure they're there, but I'd have to think really hard to recall them.