Baio and Foster later worked together again in the teen girl drama Foxes (1980), helmed by Adrian Lyne.When he was 16, Baio was cast as The Fonz's cousin Chachi Arcola on Happy Days.He also starred in the made-for-television youth drama specials The Boy Who Drank Too Much with Lance Kerwin and Senior Trip with Mickey Rooney.In 1982, Baio was in a spin-off of Happy Days entitled Joanie Loves Chachi with Erin Moran, which lasted only seventeen episodes.For more than 30 years, Scott Baio has been a beloved actor, successful producer, writer and director.From child actor to teen idol to adult superstar, Baio has stolen the hearts of women all around the globe. 22, 1960, Baio's parents decided to send him to auditions after his cousins Joey and Jimmy Baio broke into television commercials and minor sitcom acting.Scott & Renee' founded The Bailey Baio Angel Foundation, a non-profit for special needs children affected by metabolic disorders, after their daughter was falsely diagnosed at birth with a metabolic disorder called GA-1.
" Baio has maintained his popularity for decades and there are more than 10,000 recorded fan clubs around the world in his honor.
During his time on Happy Days, Baio earned two Emmy Award nominations, for his lead performances in the television movies Stoned (1981) and All the Kids Do It (1985).
He won two Young Artist Awards during the Third Annual Youth in Film Awards (1980–1981) as Best Young Actor in a Television Special for Stoned and Best Young Comedian in Television or Motion Pictures for Happy Days.
Each of the stars — Moran, Donnie Most, Anson Williams, Marion Ross and the estate of the late Tom Bosley — received ,000. “I don’t like lawyers very much,” he tells The Post. Paramount was very good to me.” Baio’s new series, “See Dad Run,” is coincidentally filmed on the same soundstage where “Happy Days” was made from 1974 to 1984.
Baio, 51, stars as a former sitcom dad who returns home when his long-running show gets canceled and must cope with raising his three children. 6 — will feel familiar to fans of another Baio sitcom, “Charles in Charge,” he admits.