September 16, 1966 |
Hollywood, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Rita Saguin (1987-1992) (divorced)|
His last made-for-television film was Toughlove (1985), where he played the role of a drug-involved teenager whose addiction caused him to steal from his family. Frye's last feature film was Molly Ringwald's For Keeps? (1988) about teen-age pregnancy.
- Fun with Dick and Jane (1977) as Billy
- The Awakening Land (1978 film) as Resolve Wheeler
- Loose Shoes (1980) as Bobby the S.T.O.P.-I.T. Poster Boy
- E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) as Steve
- This Is Spinal Tap (1984) as Jordan St. Hubbins, David's Punk Rocker Son (scenes deleted)
- For Keeps? (1988) as Wee Willy
- "Real Genius" (1985) as Boy at Science Fair
- Emergency! (1 episode, 1974) as Boy
- A Special Olivia Newton-John (1976) as Nigel
- A Circle of Children (1977) as Sean
- The Awakening Land (2 episodes, 1978) as Resolve Wheeler
- Little House on the Prairie (2 episodes, 1979) as Jason
- Act of Violence (1979) as Jamie
- ABC Afterschool Specials (1 episode, 1985) as Punk Boyfriend
- Toughlove (1985) as Tim
Beyond acting, Frye was wardrobe consultant on the 1983 film Valley Girl.
- Brant, Marley (2006). Happier days: Paramount Television's classic sitcoms, 1974-1984. Random House. p. 192. ISBN 0-8230-8933-9.
- Bark, Ed (October 12, 1985). "TOUGHLOVE' A USEFUL MOVIE ON DRUG ABUSE". Dallas Morning News. Retrieved December 28, 2011.
- Maslin, Janet (January 15, 1988). "review:For Keeps (1988)". The New York Times. Retrieved December 28, 2011.
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