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Yasbeck played his love interest in the first two Problem Child movies.Yasbeck also played Ritter's wife in two sitcom appearances.

Much of the comedy centered around Jack's pretending to be gay to keep the old-fashioned landlords appeased over the seemingly sordid living arrangements. A year-long spin-off Three's a Crowd ensued, as the Jack Tripper character has a live-in girlfriend and runs his own bistro.

The series spent several seasons near the top of the TV ratings in the U. The original series has been seen continuously in reruns and is also available on DVD.

A relationship follows and Hooperman must juggle work, love, and the antics of Bijoux the dog. This series starred Markie Post as Georgie Anne Lahti and Billy Bob Thornton as Billy Bob Davis.

In 1988, John was nominated for both an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for his work on Hooperman. In 1992–95, Ritter returned to television for three seasons as John Hartman, aide to a U. He also played Garry Lejeune / Roger Tramplemain in the production Noises Off in 1992.

He attended the University of Southern California and majored in psychology with plans to have a career in politics.

He later changed his major to theater arts and attended the USC School of Dramatic Arts (formerly School of Theatre).Since he was not a weekly cast member, he had time to pursue other roles, which he did until December 1976, when he left for a starring role in the hit ABC sitcom Three's Company (the Americanized version of the 1970s British Thames Television series Man About the House) in 1977.In 1978, Ritter played Ringo Starr's manager on the TV special Ringo.John also provided the voice of the title character in the PBS animated children's show Clifford the Big Red Dog, a role for which he received four Emmy nominations.His final film was Stanley's Dinosaur Round-Up (2006), an animated direct-to-DVD film based on the television series, which was dedicated to his memory.Ritter starred in many made-for-TV movies, including Gramps (1995), co-starring with Andy Griffith, Rob Hedden's The Colony (1995) with Hal Linden, Stephen King's It, Danielle Steel's Heartbeat with Polly Draper, and It Came From the Sky in 1999 with Yasmine Bleeth.

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