FOX Reality TV Star Returns to Golf for Autism!


FOX Reality Channel's Househusband of Hollywood star Grant Reynolds is returning to ACT Today's 4th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.

Reynolds who can be seen on the highly successful FOX Reality Channel's Househusbands of Hollywood was the Co-Chairperson of this past year's 3rd Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser, which netted over $57,000 for children with autism.

"We are very thrilled that the stars are already coming out to join us in May," says Tournament Director, Stefan de Nocker. "This shows that people realize that NOW is the time to help children with autism."

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Actor Deidrich Bader

Deidrich Bader says he doesn't golf - but he's definitely driven to help children with autism! That's why this television and film star says he's going to be at Autism Care and Treatment's 4th Annual Charity Golf Tournament benefiting children with autism. The event will be held on May 17, 2010 at Braemar Country Club, in Tarzana, CA.

Bader will be joined by other celebrities, pro golfers, amateurs, corporate sponsors and the community in hopes of rasising much needed funds for the children with autism whose families can not afford to get them much needed, specialized treatment.

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About Deidrich Bader:

An actor whose tall, rangy build and boyish good looks have made him a natural for comic roles, Diedrich Bader was born in Alexandria, VA, on Christmas Eve 1966; his father, William Bader, was Chief of Staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during the Carter administration, and his mother, Gretta Bader, was a sculptor of note. When Bader was two, he and his family moved to Paris, France, where the boy was exposed to a steady diet of classic American comedies; young Bader was especially fond of Charlie Chaplin, and appeared on-stage for the first time at the age of four, imitating the Little Tramp at a revival theater during an unexpected intermission after a rare Chaplin film jammed in the projector. Bader and his family returned to the United States in time for him to enter high school, and he later attended the North Carolina School for the Arts.
While vacationing in Santa Fe, NM, during spring break, Bader met a casting agent who lined up an audition for a small role in a television pilot. Bader ended up winning the leading role instead, and while the pilot never sold, it did prompt Bader to relocate to Los Angeles and begin pursuing an acting career full-time.

He began landing guest spots on episodic television shows, including Cheers, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and Star Trek: The Next Generation. In 1993, Bader was cast as the Searcher on the television series Danger Theater, a short-lived spoof of action-adventure programs. Penelope Spheeris, who directed the Danger Theater episodes, remembered Bader when casting for her film The Beverly Hillbillies (1993), based on the popular sitcom of the '60s and '70s. Bader won the role of cheerful but slow-witted Jethro Bodine, and his performance was one of the comic highlights of the film.

The movie significantly raised Bader's visibility, and in 1995 he was cast as the logically challenged Oswald on The Drew Carey Show. Bader's success on The Drew Carey Show led to notable supporting roles in motion pictures, such as Office Space and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back; he also began doing voice work for a number of animated television projects, including Pepper Ann, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, and Kim Possible.