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|Born||David Scott Lascher
April 27, 1972
Scarsdale, New York, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Jessica Watson (1995-?)
Jill London (1999-Present)
David Scott Lascher (born April 27, 1972) is an American actor best known for his roles in Blossom, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, and the Nickelodeon show Hey Dude, in which he starred with Christine Taylor.
Life and career
Lascher is best known for playing the lovable troublemaker Ted McGriff on Nickelodeon's comedy Hey Dude in the early 1990s. On Sabrina The Teenage Witch, his character worked as a coffee-house manager who was the target of a lot of coffee-oriented humor, such as getting covered with a lot of foam and being dressed up as a giant cappucino, complete with a massive white foam wig. On May 23, 2006, Lascher appeared on the NBC chat program Last Call with Carson Daly as a Ryan Seacrest clone in a parody of that evening's American Idol finale.
He is currently married to Jill London. They were married in 1999 and have two children together. Lascher was previously married to Jessica Watson on August 14, 1995, but the two eventually divorced. He broke into showbiz after appearing in a television advertisement for Burger King.
- Sabrina, the Teenage Witch - Josh (1999–2002) (TV Series)
- Two of a Kind (1999) (TV series)
- Veronica's Closet (1998) (TV series)
- Clueless (1996–1997) (TV series)
- White Squall (1996)
- The All-New Mickey Mouse Club (MMC) (1994) (TV Series)
- Cries Unheard the Donna Yaklich Story (Lifetime television movie) (1994)
- The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children? – Brad Jamison (1993)
- Blossom - Vinnie Bonitardi (1992–1994) (TV series)
- Beverly Hills, 90210 (1991–1992) (TV series)
- Step by Step (1992) (TV series)
- Full House Rick (1991) (TV series)
- Roseanne – Eric (teenager who hits on Laurie Metcalf's character) (1991) (TV series) episode "Vegas Interruptus"
- Life Goes On (1991) (TV series)
- A Family For Joe (TV Series)
- Hey Dude – Ted McGriff (1989–1991) (TV series)
- Twisted desires - Brad (1996) (movie)