Tom Villard

Highest Rated: 79% Heartbreak Ridge (1986)
Lowest Rated: 6% In the Army Now (1994)
Birthday: Nov 19, 1953
Birthplace: Not Available
Handsome, curly haired actor Tom Villard is perhaps best known for his work on television as the star of the NBC sitcom We Got It Made (1983-1984), the continuing saga of two New York bachelors living with a gorgeous blonde housekeeper. A few years after its cancellation, the show was syndicated and renewed for a while. Villard subsequently guest starred on other television shows, including Golden Girls, Who's the Boss?, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Frasier, and Sisters. Villard also had a decent film career as a supporting actor. He made his feature debut in Parasite (1992). Other film appearances include Heartbreak Ridge (1986), Weekend Warriors (1986), and My Girl. In a rare leading role, Villard played a deformed murderer in Popcorn (1991). In addition to film and television work, Villard occasionally appeared in Los Angeles theatrical productions.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Tom Clancy's 'Op Center' Press Aide 1995
6% In the Army Now Obnoxious Salesguy 1994
38% Shakes the Clown Dirthead in Car 1992
56% My Girl Justin 1991
46% Whore Hippie 1991
37% Popcorn Tody 1989
No Score Yet The Trouble with Dick Dick Kendred 1987
79% Heartbreak Ridge Profile 1986
No Score Yet Weekend Warriors Mort Seblinsky 1986
60% One Crazy Summer Clay 1986
No Score Yet Swimsuit Willard 1984
No Score Yet Surf II Jocko O'Finlay 1984
No Score Yet High School U.S.A. Crazy Leo Bandini 1983
11% Parasite Zeke 1982
38% Grease 2 Boy Greaser 1982
No Score Yet Force - Five Disciple 1981

TV

CREDIT
90% Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
1993-1999
Prylar Bek
  • 1994
No Score Yet Baywatch
1989-2001
Howie
  • 1992
No Score Yet The Golden Girls
1985-1992
Guest Randy Rick
  • 1992
  • 1986
No Score Yet Who's the Boss?
1984-1992
Drake
  • 1989
No Score Yet The A-Team
1983-1987
Barry
  • 1986
No Score Yet Taxi
1978-1983
Jeremy
  • 1983
No Score Yet CHiPs
1977-1983
Neil
  • 1981
  • 1980

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