Synonyms for lascher or Related words with lascher


Examples of "lascher"
"(Paul Rudd in the film, David Lascher in the series)"
Lascher, Bill, VC Reporter Newspaper article, "Hotel could occupy Chumash Village site", February 7, 2008, link to article
Sabrina's love interest Josh, played by David Lascher, left for Prague after appearing from season four to six. Lascher reportedly wanted to pursue other projects. In order to fill the void, producers brought in Aaron, played by Dylan Neal, as Sabrina's love interest in the show's final season.
David Lascher and Joe Torres were nominated for a 1991 Young Artist Award in the Best Youth Variety or Game Show category for their roles on "Hey Dude".
Lascher, Bill, "Endangered Heritage and San Buenaventura Conservancy's 11 most endangered list", VC Reporter Newspaper article, June 12, 2008, link to article
Lascher was born in Scarsdale, New York to a psychotherapist mother and a lawyer father. He attended Scarsdale High School and has three sisters: Alexandra, Carly, and Lauren.
Lascher is best known for playing the lovable troublemaker Ted McGriff on Nickelodeon's comedy Hey Dude in the early 1990s. On "Sabrina The Teenage Witch", playing Sabrina's love interest Josh, a coffee shop manager and later on a photographer. On May 23, 2006, Lascher appeared on the NBC chat program "Last Call with Carson Daly" as a Ryan Seacrest clone in a parody of that evening's "American Idol" finale.
David Scott Lascher (born April 27, 1972) is an American actor best known for his roles in "Blossom", "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch", and the Nickelodeon show "Hey Dude", in which he starred with Christine Taylor.
CAAL was launched in 1972 by Edward L. Lascher, and Gideon Kanner who became its first president. Some of the earliest members included Cyril Viadro, Paul Selvin, Hillel Chodos, Raoul D. Kennedy and Ellis J. Horvitz. CAAL is the largest and oldest organization in America devoted to appellate practice.
Twisted Desire is a 1996 American television drama/thriller film written by Carey Hayes & Chad Hayes and directed by Craig R. Baxley. It stars Melissa Joan Hart, Daniel Baldwin, Meadow Sisto, David Lascher and R&B/pop star, Jeremy Jordan. The film made its debut on May 13, 1996 9/8c on NBC.
When David Lascher left the show during the 1990 season, Ted was replaced by Ernst's nephew Jake, an eccentric slacker who likes to play the drums. Not long after, Kyle, a somewhat dim but handsome cowboy type, joins the ranch. When Ted returns to the show, he and Kyle become romantic rivals for Brad. The show's only other featured adult is Lucy, a tough, authoritative ranch hand.
"A Family for Joe" is about the Bankston children, 15-year-old Holly (Juliette Lewis), 16-year-old Nick (David Lascher & Chris Furrh), 9-year-old Chris (Ben Savage), and 7-year-old Mary (Jessica Player) who have been recently orphaned. Rather than have themselves split up into foster care, they find a homeless man, Joe (Robert Mitchum), to live with them and act as their grandfather.
David Lascher took over the role of Josh from Paul Rudd in the television series, and the idea of having the character serve as a romantic interest for Cher was almost non-existent in the TV version of the plot, while it was a major plot in the original film. By the time the show moved to UPN, Josh was written out of the series entirely. Mr. Hall and Ms. Geist suffered this same fate and were also gone from the show by the time it switched networks.
After the series was canceled by ABC, the reruns of the episodes (on their Friday night TGIF line-up) proved to be ratings winners for ABC. However, it was too late for ABC to get the series back, and they prevented UPN from broadcasting the series until their contract ran out in late September. "Clueless" finished #46 in the ratings with 13.3 million viewers. Only "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (a show for which Elisa Donovan and David Lascher would eventually become regulars) had higher ratings for Friday. Reportedly the star of "Sabrina", Melissa Joan Hart, was considered for the part of Cher on the "Clueless" TV series.
The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children? is a 1993 American television film, starring Joe Spano, David Lascher and Michael A. Goorjian. It was directed by Chris Thomson and written by Donna Kanter and David J. Kinghorn. The movie is based on a true event occurred in July 17, 1987. In that day 43 people were taken by a flash flood in the Guadalupe River near the city of Comfort. It was the worst flood of the Guadalupe River since 1932. Ten people died, including a teenager who fell from a helicopter while being rescued as the rope broke. The flow was so strong that the bus and the van where the people were found far below in the river. Of the 10 bodies, one was never found. This young man received Young American Medals for Bravery and Service from President George H. W. Bush in 1989.
Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick as Sabrina's aunts Hilda and Zelda Spellman do not return as regular castmembers, making it the first season without them being part of the main cast. Rhea does make a guest appearance as Hilda in the series finale "Soul Mates". Broderick does not return at all, but the character Zelda does return after she sacrifices her adult years to save Sabrina, meaning Zelda is put into a younger body. Melissa Joan Hart's younger sister Alexandra Hart-Gilliams is in the role of young Zelda. Zelda also returns in "Soul Mates", in the form of a candle. David Lascher as Josh Blackhart and Trevor Lissauer as Miles Goodman also do not return as part of the main cast, but Lissauer returns in "Soul Mates" with a non-speaking role.
Through a series of flashbacks, Donna (Smith) tries to tell her son Denny (Lascher) why she murdered her husband Dennis (Johnson). When she returns to her hometown in Colorado from California for the summer, Donna is set up on a date with former aerobics instructor and current police officer Dennis. She immediately falls in love with him, and quickly meets his teenage stepdaughter Patty (Swank). Patty is still upset over the death of her mother to an allergic reaction, especially because they were quarreling when they last saw each other. Sympathizing for the girl, Donna agrees not to return to California, and move in with Dennis to take care of Patty, and they are engaged shortly after.
Jennifer Stanton (Hart) is a rebellious teen who constantly argues with her parents. She feels that they are overly protective of her and that they are exceedingly strict. Her father William (Baldwin) disapproves of her clothes and friends. William's aggressive attitude has a negative impact upon his daughter's relationship with Brad (Lascher), the captain of the high school football team. When Jennifer tells Brad that she is unable to attend a concert with him because her father refused to give her permission, Brad decides to break up with her. He feels that William is exerting too much control over the relationship. Although Jennifer is shocked, the fact that Brad chooses to display interest in another girl at school makes her feel even more frustrated.
Josh is a mortal guy that runs the coffee shop and gave Sabrina the job. Technically, Josh is her manager, although the relationship is somewhat different because Sabrina's aunt Hilda later owns the shop. Josh is interested in photography, and manages to sell one of his photographs for $1000 (with Sabrina's magical help). He was attracted to Sabrina in the fourth season, but at that time she was dating Harvey. He often acted jealously towards Harvey, and got a mostly negative review by the fans of the show. In the fifth season he dated Morgan, and then in the sixth season he dated Sabrina. In this season Sabrina is willing to tell Josh she is a witch, so that she can tell him she loves him, but in the end she does not have to and he never figures it out. In the Season 6 finale, Sabrina gambles her love life in order to bring her Aunt Hilda back to life because of this Josh took the offer in Prague, and he was never seen again. Sabrina later discovers she is meant to be with Harvey. He was played by David Lascher, formerly of the Nickelodeon series "Hey Dude".
At the beginning of the fourth season, Sabrina is assigned to be a mentor, which is like a Quizmaster, except "Quizmasters get paid". Sabrina's charge is Dreama, a witch newly immigrated from the Other Realm. A new student, Brad Alcero, transfers to Sabrina's school. Because Brad has a witch-hunter gene (which allows him to turn a witch into a mouse if the witch reveals his/her magic), Sabrina must keep herself and Dreama from using magic in front of Brad. Also, Sabrina begins working at Bean There, Brewed That, a coffee shop, where she meets and is attracted to Josh (played by David Lascher), a college student who is the manager of the shop, which leads to her kissing him and thus cheating on Harvey, who ends their relationship, but they soon get back together. Both Dreama and Brad are written out of the series without explanation over the course of the season. At the end of the season, Harvey reaches his "spell quota" (meaning that no spells can be used on him anymore) and discovers that Sabrina is a witch, and later breaks up with Sabrina off screen and is written out of the show prior to the start of the next season.