After playing with the stone band “3 1/2” starting at age 15, he went to the North Carolina School of the Arts and later exchanged to New York University.
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Jeff Conaway was born on October 5, 1950, in Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States.
His dad, Charles, was an actor, producer, and publisher.
The following year Conaway appeared in the original cast of the Broadway musical Grease, as an understudy to several roles including that of the lead male character, Danny Zuko, and eventually succeeded role-originator Barry Bostwick.
After breaking into series television in 1975 with Happy Days, followed by guest spots in several other TV shows, and three more movies including Grease, Conaway was cast as vain and struggling, but goodhearted and handsome, aspiring actor Bobby Wheeler in the workplace comedy Taxi, which premiered in fall 1978.
He was surrounded by his sisters, nieces, nephews and ministers.