He had a good life in the 80s: what happened to actor Ricky Schroder? – Cinema News

He had a good life in the 80s: what happened to actor Ricky Schroder? – Cinema News
He had a good life in the 80s: what happened to actor Ricky Schroder? – Cinema News

He was a child star of the 80s with his role in the series “Ricky or the Good Life”. We tell you what happened to American actor Ricky Schroder, now 54 years old.

If you grew up in the 80s and spent a lot of time in front of your television set, then you probably know the series Ricky or the Good Life. Broadcast between 1982 and 1986, this very pleasant show tells the story of young Ricky, who arrives in the life of his father, a billionaire toy designer whom he never knew. To avoid the military school to which his mother wants to send him, he will have to convince his father to let him live with him…

Ricky or the good life, which ran for five seasons, starred a young Ricky Schroder. While the NBC show ended almost four decades ago, we reveal here what has become of the American actor, now 54 years old.

Before achieving strong notoriety thanks to Ricky or the good life, Ricky Schroder is already enjoying a nice little career, notably winning a Golden Globe at just 9 years old for his role in Franco Zeffirelli’s The Champion, alongside Jon Voight and Faye Dunaway. And after ?

After Ricky or the good life, Ricky Schroder is riding the wave of success by starring in several TV films and series, including the notable role of detective Danny Sorenson in New York Police Blues. But he also has great experiences on the big screen, playing opposite a certain Brad Pitt in the drama Rebelle and appearing in the credits of USS Alabama alongside Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman.

“I never managed to adapt to Hollywood”

If Ricky Schroder then appears in the credits of the series La Vie avant tout, Scrubs and 24 Heures Chrono, this familiar face from the 80s is becoming increasingly rare. Retired from the sets since 2016, the American recently created Reel American Heroes Foundationa non-profit organization that produces films, documentaries and series promoting the patriotic and traditional values ​​of the United States.

In a recent interview with Fox News Digitalthe former glory of the small screen returned to his experience as an actor. “I don’t really have any regrets”he declared. “When I look back on my career path, I had the best opportunities that I took when they presented themselves. I tried to develop those opportunities as best I could. But in the end, I didn’t never managed to adapt to Hollywood.”

The trailer for “USS Alabama”, with Rick Schroder in the credits:

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