As one of the titular "guys" in the successful ABC midseason replacement series "Two Guys and a Girl/Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place" (1998-2001), Richard Ruccolo reached his largest audience to da...
Actress Tiffani Thiessen, of TV's Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills 90210 fame, married her fiancee actor Brady Smith last weekend in a private ceremony in Montecito, California.
The couple--who got engaged earlier this year--exchanged nuptials on
July 9 at a daytime wedding surrounded by friends and family.
The 31-year-old actress--who shot to fame by playing Kelly Kaposki on the
NBC teenage sitcom Saved by the Bell--previously dated actor Richard Ruccolo for nearly two
years before splitting from him in spring 2003.
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Made guest appearance on "The X-Files" as a new partner for Agent Scully
Had leading role in feature "Life at the End of Time" (filmed in Philadelphia in 1995-1996)
Played the lead role in the Court Theater production of "Playback" by Charlie Peters
Starred in ABC's comedy series "Two Guys and a Girl/Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place"
Three weeks after moving to Los Angeles, landed a guest role on "Beverly Hills, 90210" (Fox); episode aired on February 26, 1997
Co-starred in the gay-themed comedy "All Over the Guy"
As one of the titular "guys" in the successful ABC midseason replacement series "Two Guys and a Girl/Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place" (1998-2001), Richard Ruccolo reached his largest audience to date. He starred as Pete, the analytical straight man to wacky medical student Berg (Ryan Reynolds) and high-strung professional Sharon (Traylor Howard). The attractive brown-haired actor brought life to Pete, portraying him as the more serious and sensitive of the two males, while at the same time getting his share of laughs. A virtual newcomer, Ruccolo landed a guest spot on a 1997 episode of the TV drama "Beverly Hills, 90210" (Fox) three weeks after moving to Los Angeles. Soon thereafter he was starring in the Court Theater production "Playback" by Charlie Peters. Ruccolo has been featured in the films "Live Long Drink Juice" (1995) and "Music From Another Room" (1998) and has done extensive work in television commercials.