Fame

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(ended 1987)

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Based on the 1980 motion picture "Fame," this show tells the story of the students and faculty at the New York Art School. It was always their dream. To sing, to dance, to act and play music. They are young, ready to face life and new experiences. They are students who are going to give their best to finish Art School and become famous and rich. However, the fame costs, and the Art School is just the place where they'll pay for it. Fame started out as a 1980 theatrical movie. Two years later, it found a home on NBC. But in 1984, NBC canned the series and the show moved to syndication for four more years. The show was popular although NBC cancelled it. Various actors performed live concerts during the show's run.
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    Gene Anthony Ray

    Leroy Johnson

    Debbie Allen (I)

    Debbie Allen (I)

    Lydia Grant

    Carlo Imperato

    Carlo Imperato

    Danny Amatullo

    Albert Hague

    Albert Hague

    Benjamin Shorofsky

    Carol Mayo Jenkins

    Carol Mayo Jenkins

    Elizabeth Sherwood (season 1-5)

    Billy Hufsey

    Billy Hufsey

    Christopher Donlon (seasons 3-6)

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    Categories

    Arts, Drama

    Themes

    Performance Art & Spoken Word, Teen, 80s, Dance