Michael Zorek

No matter what role, Michael Zorek never failed to cause uncontrollable laughter throughout his film career. Zorek began his career with roles in "High School U.S.A." (1983-84), "High School, U.S.A." (NBC, 1983-84) and the Phoebe Cates comedy "Private School" (1983). Later, Zorek acted in "Young Hearts" (1983-84), "Hot Moves" (1984) and the Gene Wilder comedy "The Woman in Red" (1984). He also appeared in the Jason Bateman fantasy sequel "Teen Wolf Too" (1987) and the comedy adventure "Camp Nowhere" (1994) with Jonathan Jackson. Later in his career, Zorek acted on "Can't Hurry Love" (CBS, 1995-96).