David Hasselhoff Birth Details
David Michael Hasselhoff was born on July 17, 1952 in Baltimore, Maryland.
- David Hasselhoff is an American actor popular with nickname "The Hoff."
- He became popular for his lead roles in television series of Knight Rider and Baywatch. He is also a singer and popular for his successes of music in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
David Hasselhoff Early Life
- He moved from Atlanta to illinois.
- Here, He schooled from Marist High School. Hasselhoff graduated from Lyons Township High School in La Grange, Illinois.
- He then joined Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.
David Hasselhoff Marital Life
- David Hasselhoff married actress Catherine Hickland March 24, 1984.
- They divorced on March 1, 1989.
- On December 9, 1989, He married actress Pamela Bach.
- The couple was blessed with two daughters, Taylor Ann Hasselhoff and Staci Campell Hasselhoff and his family attended non-denominational church services.
- On January 13, 2006, David Hasselhoff filed for divorce from Bach.
- It was after 16 years of marriage.
- His wife, Bach accused Hasselhoff of violent behavior towards her.
- Now after his divorce settlement, he is agreed to pay 25,000 US dollars a month for support of Pamela Bach and their two teenage daughters.
David Hasselhoff Career
- In September 2006, David Hasselhoff's autobiography “Making Waves” was released in the United Kingdom.
- The "last chapter" of the book was regarding controversial elements of his personal life. He is one of the tallest actors of hollywood, being 193 cm.
- In 2006, He increased alchohal intake became a problem when was allegedly thrown out of a Wimbledon, London court-bar for drinking and rioting.It was again reported that David Hasselhoff was publicly drunk at Heathrow Airport.
- So he was barred from boarding a plane by British Airways.
- In the year 2007, a home video of Hasselhoff, showed him shirtless, lying on the floor. He seems to be drunk trying to eat a hamburger in a Las Vegas hotel room. His daughter Taylor Ann had shot the video.
- She was saying, "Tell me you are going to stop, tell me you are going to stop." Hasselhoff denied the leaked video saying that it was released deliberately.
- His visitation rights with his two daughters were suspended because of the video for two weeks.
David Hasselhoff Achievements
- In 1975, Hasselhoff's got his first break to starr as Dr. William "Snapper" Foster, Jr. on the soap opera “The Young and the Restless.”
- It ended in 1982.
- In 1979 David Hasselhoff got a role in Starcrash.
- He also performed as Michael Knight in the Glen A. Larson, series “Knight Rider” from 1982 to 1986.
- His popularity is not much the US. But David Hasselhoff remained more popular in Europe. His music was also more popular in Europe.
- He had number-one hit in the German pop charts "Looking for Freedom” in 1989.
- Some other hits were released in 1993.
- His music is more popular in Austria and Switzerland.
- In 1994, He had to perform a concert from Atlantic City.
- But the viewers to attend the concert were quite less than expected. Since then, he has not planned a concert.
- In 1998, He acted in movie "Legacy".
- In the film, He worked with actresses, Donita Rose and Chin-chin Guttierez from Philippines.In 2000 Hasselhoff also worked in the title role of “Jekyll & Hyde”. Hasselhoff also appeared in “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie,” released in November 19, 2004.
- He potrayed a small role in the movie “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.”
- He starred as the dodgeball coach to the German team of dodgeball.
- In 2004 He appeared in a fantasy sequence in “Eurotrip.”
- He also performed as a cameo in “A Dirty Shame.” In 2006, David Hasselhoff acted in the film “Click.” He released a music video for “Jump in My Car" in which the car was a black Pontiac Trans Am with a pulsing LED.
- In 2005, He achieved a musical award with Gretel Killeen for the “Australian Recording Industry Association”
- In 2006 He had signed with Pepsi to appear in a massive outdoor campaign.
- A major TV and newspaper advertising campaign in the UK, has featured him as "The King of the Internet".