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The actor makes his second appearance on SIDEWALKS ENTERTAINMENT.

Interview: Curtis Armstrong (King of The Nerds) on Sidewalks TV (2015 Video)

He’s back! He may be known as Booger on “Revenge of The Nerds,” but actor Curtis Armstrong has been acting constantly in films, animated shows, and TV series. We talk about his roles, including executive producing and co-hosting TBS’ “King of The Nerds.”

Video Content: Curtis Armstrong (2015)
In the TV version, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee interviews the actor about his famous roles in “Revenge of The Nerds,” “Risky Business,” “Dan Vs.,” “Moonlighting, and “Supernatural.” Plus, he talks about executive producing and co-hosting TBS’ “King of The Nerds.”

Curtis Armstrong with SIDEWALKS crew

(Pictured, L-R): Host Richard R. Lee, Curtis Armstrong, crew members Carolina Guzman and J.P. Langston. Photo by: Bernard Mouton of JackRabbit Digital Studio.

Born in Detroit, Michigan, Curtis Armstrong became well known for his roles as Miles Dalby in “Risky Business” and as Dudley “Booger” Dawson in the four “Revenge of The Nerds” film series. He also played Herbert Viola on TV’s “Moonlighting” and record producer Ahmet Ertegün in the feature film “Ray.” Armstrong has done some several voice roles, including the lead character in “Dan Vs.”; Snot on “American Dad!”; Mr. Moleguaco on “The Emperor’s New School”; and Mr. Welch in “Akeelah and the Bee.” On TV, Armstrong had recurring roles in “The Game,” “The Closer,” and “Supernatural,” while he guest starred in such series as “Felicity,” “That ’70s Show,” “Wizards Of Waverly Place,” “Ghost Whisperer,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “My Name is Earl,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and “Rules of Engagement.” Some of his film roles are “Better Off Dead”, “Big Bully,” “One Crazy Summer,” “Bad Medicine”, “National Lampoon’s Van Wilder”,”Smokin’ Aces”, “DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story,” “Jingle All The Way,” “Southland Tales,” “American Pie Presents: The Book of Love,” and “Beer for My Horses.” Since 2013, he has hosted and co-executive produced, with ”Revenge of the Nerds” co-star Robert Carradine, the TBS reality competition series, “King of The Nerds.”

Interview Credits:
Recorded: January 17, 2015
Host / Producer: Richard R. Lee
Videographer: J.P. Langston
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Production Crew: Carolina Guzman, Bernard Mouton of JackRabbit Digital Studio
Special Thanks To: TBS, Electus, 5×5 Media, Anna Kreynes, Laura Ackermann, Persona PR

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    That guy is 63 and he looks exactly that same from 30 years ago.