'Happy Days' Star Don Most Opens up about His Co-stars in a Candid Interview
Don Most became a fan-favorite following his role as Ralph Malph in the American hit sitcom "Happy Days." In a recent interview, Most reflected on his relationship with his co-stars.
Americans fell in love with a funny Don Most who played Ralph Malph in the iconic 70's sitcom "Happy Days" alongside other talented stars.
"Happy Days" held viewers spellbound from 1974-1984. More than forty years after the show, Most still has a good memory of his castmates from the series.
In a recent interview, Most opened up on his friendship with some ex stars from "Happy Days" and the recent reunion of the cast which Scott Baio was notably absent from.
Most revealed that he found it difficult getting other roles after the show because people associated him with Ralph Malph and were not willing to get him to play other roles.
During the interview, Most reflected on his friendship with the late Erin Moran, who he met during their time together on "Happy Days."
Most remembered the late actress with fondness and revealed that they were in contact up until she died in 2017. Most said he did not know how serious her sickness was until he heard of her passing.
An iconic show like "Happy Days" should not be used for political ambitions.
Speaking of his relationship with the cast from "Happy Days," Most revealed that they have remained close since their time on the series.
Most revealed that he shares a closer relationship with Anson Williams, who played Potsie since they left the show. He also said that Ron Howard is the most difficult to get in touch with, but they communicate from time to time.
According to reports, members of the"Happy Days" cast recently got together for a reunion after being hosted by The Democratic Party of Wisconsin for a fundraiser.
Alongside Most, other stars like Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Anson Williams, and the 91-year old Marion Ross were billed for the virtual event.
Scott Baio was absent from the reunion owing to his political views. Speaking on his absence, Most said he anticipated Baio's absence because of his different political views.
Most revealed that he felt disappointed by Baio's strong opposition to the reunion and considered his reaction way out of line. Despite the difference in opinion, Most have nothing but love for his former co-star.
Most's statement comes after Baio had said that entertainment should not be political and felt that an iconic show like "Happy Days" should not be used for political ambitions.
Years after the end of the series, "Happy Days" continues to rank as one of the most popular American sitcoms.