Danny Bonaduce News
Oscar Nominations Mean Oscar Snubs
Tom Hanks, Oprah Winfrey and Emma Thompson are among those not to get nominations.
Promises Kept, Promises Broken: Inside Hollywood's Preeminent Rehab Center
Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and More Have Been Through Promises With Mixed Results
David Cassidy Arrested for DUI
Fla. cops say "The Partridge Family" star failed several field sobriety tests.
'Kitchen Nightmares' Restaurateur the Latest Reality TV Tragedy
Yet another reality TV participant has met a tragic end. Joe Cerniglia, the chef at New Jersey restaurant Campania , jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge between New York and New Jersey on Friday, according to New York authorities. Authorities told reporters that the cause of
Comedian Robert Schimmel's Crash May Devastate Teen Daughter
Aliyah Schimmel, 19, May Face Survivor's Guilt as Well as Loss of Her Father
Lindsay Lohan's Twitter Freakout: Victim of 'Cruel and Unusual Punishment'?
Lindsay Lohan's lawyer is out. According to TMZ.com , Shawn Chapman Holley, who's represented Lohan through her probation woes, is no longer representing Lohan. Tiffany Feder-Cohen will serve as the starlet's attorney instead. ABCNews.com's calls and emails to Holley and Feder-Cohen were not
Breakdowns, Suicides: The Dark Side of Reality TV
Most audiences are interested in what happens on television when the reality show cameras are rolling, but it's what happens after the filming has ended that can often be the most dramatic. Some contestants have had breakdowns and even committed suicide after participating in reality TV shows .
Stage Parents Will Get a Dose of Reality From Bonaduce
You may think your kid's a star. But Danny Bonaduce knows otherwise on VH1's "I Know My Kid's a Star," premiering tonight (9 ET/PT). Bonaduce, the former child star turned adult terror, is host, judge and jury for "Star," an eight-week reality competition that will attempt to determine which child
The Curse of Childhood Celebrity
Being a childhood celebrity seems to be both a blessing and a curse, as many children who find fame at an early age find nothing but trouble later in life. Former "Family Ties" star Brian Bonsall, who played Andy, the youngest member of the Keaton clan, was arrested last week for allegedly