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Celebrities from past and present.
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Young Horsemen, don’t tell Mom the nanny’s dead.
1990 – 2000
Date of birth:
12. February 1967.
Young Horsemen, don’t tell Mom the nanny’s dead.
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When you see a young star in Hollywood, you don’t always see the battle she can fight if the cameras don’t turn. For many people, it is too late to talk about what is happening in their personal lives because they died tragically at a young age. Over the years this has happened to many young Hollywood stars and Christopher Pettiet is no exception. He had great potential and proved his talent in his youth, but unfortunately he did not live on this earth for a quarter of a century.
Pettite was killed on the 12th. Born in February 1976 in Plano, Texas, she began acting and auditioning for roles at an early age. Pettite started landing almost immediately, because 1990 was a big breakthrough for the actor. Pettietiet made his debut in 1990 in the TV-film Enemy of the People and added a TV-film with Dreamer of Oz. That same year he made his first television appearances, with appearances in Doogie Howser, M.D. and Star Trek: The next generation.
The following year another TV movie was aired and some more performances in the series Law of Los Angeles, My Life and Time and The Empty Nest. But it was his flourishing film career and regular television roles that attracted the attention of the 15-year-old. In 1991, Pattiet got a role in the film directed by Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves in Point Break, while the young actor had a small role in the background.
Pettyet said he liked the part because he became a surfer. I played a little kid who works in a shop, he says. It was a small part, but I liked it because I also like surfing. I used to surf every day, but since I’ve been to Hawaii a few times, it’s really a disaster for you.
The big stories of that year are taken from the movie Don’t tell Mom that the nanny is dead and the television show Young Riders. In the movie Don’t tell Mom Petty the star plays Zack, the polite teen brother Christina Applegate, Sue Ellen Crandell. The film did not receive a favourable critical review at the time, but made a good distribution profit of 15 million dollars and became a cult classic over the years.
As far as the Young Riders are concerned, Pettyet has taken over the role of Jesse James. The ABC show featured some of the most famous criminals of the Old West, and James is probably the most famous of them all. Pettite appeared in 21 episodes of the series, and that’s when we learned that Pettite had personal problems. In the year he became famous, Pettiet’s drug problems became very serious. His most famous film would almost never have been made for this reason, but they were able to finish the shoot.
The director of the film Don’t Tell Mommy the Nanny is Dead Kit Coogan talked about his work with Pettite on set, but didn’t mention alcohol and drug abuse. It was difficult to get in touch with miners, including Zack, because our work plan forbade it, Coogan said. Although I was attracted to their school caravan when they hit the Nintendo classroom. Good times. Also, I’ve never seen anything on the set that is considered disturbing, so it was a total shock for me when he arrived.
He was talking about his most famous TV series: It’s different from the other things I’ve done. I mean, it doesn’t look like a sitcom these days, but people had almost the same problems back then as they do now. The people were largely the same. He said he also wanted to spend time on set. I get along with everybody, he added. You’re friends with other actors when you’re working on a series or a movie.
After ending his role in the Young Riders in 1992, Pettiet returned to the film and began making more guest appearances, adding shows such as Baywatch Hawaii, SeaQuest DSV (with another actor named Jonathan Brandis, who also died tragically at a young age) and Picket Fences.
Pettiet’s career lasted until the end of the nineties and she played in the films Gone and the Boys with Winona Ryder. His last roles came with guest appearances in Touches of the Angel and Hope Chicago, and in 1999 he got the role in Razdeny, which lasted half a dozen episodes, the last of which was in an episode reviewed by Amy.
Immediately after his role as judge on Amy, Pettiet was struck by tragedy. He was involved in the abuse of drugs, especially alcohol. Pettiet’s manager saw the actor’s problems and encouraged him to go to Alcoholics Anonymous or a rehabilitation center and hope for help. Unfortunately, the prayers fell on deaf ears.
On the 12th. April 2000 Pettieth was in Los Angeles when he died of an accidental drug overdose. There weren’t many details about Pettite’s death, so people had more questions than answers. We’ll never know what drove Pettite to suicide, and now we have memories of a young actor with a world full of potential. More importantly, his name is still alive and a scholarship has been created in his honor in Los Angeles for other young aspiring actors.
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