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The tag line of the original 1982 TV series "Fame" promised "I'm going to live forever!" Co-star Carlo Imperato's career has not quite borne out those words, but he still belongs to that select group of actors who have been a part of an iconic small screen ensemble. He was student Danny Amatullo, and at one point during the show's run, became engaged to co-star and fellow on-screen student Nia Peeples. A spinoff of the 1980 movie of the same name, the show was a pop culture phenomenon and tapped into many of the success factors that later powered "American Idol." Amatullo, like a number of his "Fame" co-stars," has done very little since. One of his few high-profile returns to the small screen occurred during the 1995-1996 season of another NBC smash hit, "Friends." He appeared as Roy in the episode titled "The One with the Birth." He also appeared on both the original "Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour" game show and the subsequent redo hosted by John Davidson, "The New Hollywood Squares."

The tag line of the original 1982 TV series "Fame" promised "I'm going to live forever!" Co-star Carlo Imperato's career has not quite borne out those words, but he still belongs to that select group of actors who have been a part of an iconic small screen ensemble. He was student Danny Amatullo, and at one point during the show's run, became engaged to co-star and fellow on-screen student Nia Peeples. A spinoff of the 1980 movie of the same name, the show was a pop culture phenomenon and tapped into many of the success factors that later powered "American Idol." Amatullo, like a number of his "Fame" co-stars," has done very little since. One of his few high-profile returns to the small screen occurred during the 1995-1996 season of another NBC smash hit, "Friends." He appeared as Roy in the episode titled "The One with the Birth." He also appeared on both the original "Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour" game show and the subsequent redo hosted by John Davidson, "The New Hollywood Squares."

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