John ritter on the dating game
During and after his role on "Hooperman" (1987), he continued doing more box-office films, from 1987-1992, such as Skin Deep (1989), in which he played a womanizing, drunken, alcoholic writer whose life seemed to be falling apart at the seams.
Also, in this movie, he was pleased to see his mentor, acting coach Nina Foch, and the two worked closely together, after all the years he'd been in school.
By its eighth season, the show began to drop in the ratings and was canceled in 1984.
After the cancellation, he starred in its spin-off, called "Three's a Crowd" (1984), starring Mary Cadorette, but it lasted for only one season.
Two years later, he worked with his close friend, Jenny Sullivan, in Breakfast in Bed (1977), and the following year, played "Pres. Also in 1977, he and his brother emceed the Annual United Cerebral Palsy Telethon (a neurological condition particularly close to their hearts because of Tom's triumph over it) and racked up millions of dollars for the cause in the 15 years he ran the telethon.
He also became more popular with movies such as Hero at Large (1980) and They All Laughed (1981).
He was enrolled at Hollywood High School, where he was a student body president, and became the most popular student ever.
After graduation from high school, he later attended the University of Southern California, where he majored in Psychology and minored in Architecture.
His father was entertaining troops in Germany at the same time that his son was performing at an air base there.Like his first series, "Three's Company" (1976), the show had well-written scripts, but failed to reach a massive audience, which led to its cancellation in 1995.