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Jeff Conaway

It is sad to say, but it seems that every month there is a new celebrity couple getting divorced, adopting a foreign child, stirring up trouble, or entering a drug rehabilitation center. Unfortunately, the end result is death, jail time, or an end to a good career as it was with the ever popular Jeff Conaway.


Jeff Conaway
 

Jeff Conaway started his career in music during the mid to late 1960s but was unable to gain traction. His career really took off during the hit television show "Happy Days" & movie "Grease," which then launched his long term career with the series "Taxi" on which he starred in over 50 episodes.

Jeff Conaway also starred as an officer in Bablyon 5 during the 1990s on nearly 80 episodes - which is perhaps some of his most recent and best work in the burgeoning Sci-Fi realm. To name a few of his other career credits, they were: Covergirl, Ghost Writer, The Patriot, The Pool 2, Jawbreaker, Monsters, The Bold & the Beautiful, George & Leo, The Love Boat, Matlock, Hotel and hundreds more.

Admission ...

During the 1980s, Jeff finally admitted he was addicted to cocaine, drugs, alcohol and more as he started to turn his life around. His career began to improve and everyone assumed the worst was over, until his career in Science Fiction television ended and he relapsed into a heavy addiction to pain killer opiates and alcohol.

With the help of fellow friend and actor, John Travolta and the church of Scientology, he slowly started to recover for a second time. However, it didn't last long and he was soon on a television show called "Celebrity Rehab" in a last ditch effort to save his life. However, that didn't work either and he slowly started in a downward spiral of drug abuse, alcohol, and depression.

Golden Globe to Life Support

Jeff Conaway was nominated for two golden globe awards for best supporting actor in Comedy for his work in the hit television show "Taxi" (1978 & 1979). Appearing in over 44 films and plays and hundreds of television episodes, mostly as a supporting actor, he had everything the world could offer, but it was not enough. In 2011, he found himself over dosed on drugs and unaware of severe pneumonia which ultimately led to his death on May 27th, 2011 with his family by his side.

In the end, after three marriages, thousands of hours acting professionally with the best actors the world has to offer, and all of the money one could spend - it still wasn't enough for Jeff. Drugs and alcohol plagued his life since he was a teenager and ultimately led to his death after more than 30 years of abuse on and off.

 
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