Since Perfect Strangers, Pinchot has reappeared in several failed sitcoms and increasingly obscure films.His series work includes The Trouble With Larry, where he played a honeymooning man kidnapped by baboons; and Meego, where he portrayed a space alien working as a nanny. Balki says Cruise "always talked about himself like he was a mega-superstar" and called his co-stars by their characters' names off-camera.Oh, also, Balki has some straight to video DVD or something coming out.Jon has been going for 20-something casting call reject types since his divorce, but the potential publicity surrounding an Octomom encounter might convince Jon to go for her.He just lost his show and fame has always seemed to be his first love.AKA Bronson Alcott Pinchot Born: 20-May-1959Birthplace: New York City Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Actor Nationality: United States Executive summary: Balki on Perfect Strangers Bronson Pinchot is a comic actor best known for playing foreigners or oddballs.On the long-running sitcom Perfect Strangers, he played Balki Bartokomous, the nave shepherd from Mypos who immigrated to America.
a Pennsylvania bank has foreclosed on two of Bronson Pinchot's homes after he missed more than 0k in mortgage payments. Heckerling's grandparents were stepbrother and stepsister whose widowed parents got married."Totally not blood-related," Heckerling explains in the book.After his father abandoned the family, Pinchot was raised by his working mother, and earned a scholarship to Yale, where he studied drama.He made his film debut as one of the kids in Risky Business with Tom Cruise, and had memorable supporting roles as the gay gallery salesman "Serge" in Beverly Hills Cop, the office trainee in Martin Scorsese's After Hours, and the cocaine connection in True Romance.