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Upcoming Scott Baio Live Shows | Scott Baio Shares His Memories

Scott Baio’s one-man show, “How Did I Get Here?”, comes to Branson, Missouri on August 26 and 27, Brooklyn, NY on September 24 and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on October 7, 2022.

The show features Baio’s retrospective on his 50 years in television. Scott shares humorous and touching anecdotes from his times on “Happy Days”, “Charles in Charge”, “Joanie Loves Chachi”, “Diagnosis Murder”, “Arrested Development”, “Bugsy Malone” and more.

“My fans have given me a wonderful life, filled with memories”, says Baio, adding, “connecting with them live is my way of saying thanks.” In the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho show on Oct 7, Scott will be joined by Ellen Travolta, who portrayed his mother on “Happy Days”, “Joanie Loves Chachi” and “Charles in Charge.”

Buy Tickets and View Dates Below

Nashville Roadhouse Theater at the Branson Star, MO

August 26th and 27th, 2022 | 8pm

Scott Baio’s one-man show, “How Did I Get Here?”, comes to Branson, Missouri on August 26th and 27th, 2022. The Nashville Rousehouse Branson Star Theater hosts Baio’s retrospective on his 50 years in television. Scott shares humorous and touching anecdotes from time on “Happy Days”, “Charles in Charge”, Joanie Loves Chachi”, “Diagnosis Murder”, “Arrested Development”, “Bugsy Malone” and more. “My fans have given me a wonderful life, filled with memories”, says Baio, adding, “connecting with them live is my way of saying thanks”.

Xaverian Brooklyn, NY

September 24, 2022 | 7pm

Brooklyn boy comes home! I’m bringing “How Did I Get Here?”, my one-man show, to Xaverian, my old high school. Join me September 24. Ticket info below:

Coeur D’Alene Resort, ID

October 7th, 2022 | 7pm

Scott Baio “How Did I Get Here?” with Special Guest Ellen Travolta

**VIP Tickets include a pre-show (5-6pm) Meet & Greet pass and souvenir digital photo**

Scott Baio’s one-man show, “How Did I Get Here?”, comes to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The Coeur d’Alene Resort hosts Baio’s retrospective on his 50 years in television. Scott shares humorous and touching anecdotes from his times on “Happy Days”, “Charles in Charge”, “Joanie Loves Chachi”, “Diagnosis Murder”, “Arrested Development”, “Bugsy Malone” and more. “My fans have given me a wonderful life, filled with memories”, says Baio, adding, “connecting with them live is my way of saying thanks.” Scott will be joined by Ellen Travolta, who portrayed his mother on “Happy Days”, “Joanie Loves Chachi” and “Charles in Charge”.

6th Annual Scott Baio Charity Golf Tournament

BBAF hosts an Annual Golf Tournament, dinner and silent auction. This event is our main fundraiser and helps us support our Mission.
We hold our tournament in September or October every year. As the event approaches you will find information here, including: dates, registration forms and other important information for those who wish to donate items for the auction, participate in the golf tournament and/or attend the dinner and silent auction.

Watch Episodes!

The Scott Baio Podcast

Scott Baio on “Hollywood Bias – Being a Republican in the Entertainment Business”

Courting Mom and Dad

Courting Mom and Dad is a heartwarming family comedy about three kids who find themselves at their wit’s end when they discover that their parents are divorcing. The resourceful kids come together to hatch a plot—a last-ditch effort to save their family. With the help of a rather eccentric personal injury attorney, the children creatively stall the proceedings just long enough to give their parents time to rediscover the spark that once ignited their love.

Scott Baio discusses Justin Bieber

Awards

Daytime Emmy [Nominee] (1981)

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children’s Programming – Performers For episode “Stoned”.

Festival Award [Winner] (2002)

Best Actor

Young Artist Award [Nominee] (1983)

Best Young Actor in a New Television Series

Young Artist Award [Nominee] (1982)

Best Young Actor in a Television Series

Daytime Emmy [Nominee] (1985)

Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Program
For episode “All the Kids Do It”.

TV Land Award [Winner] (2006)

Most Wonderful Wedding

Young Artist Award [Winner] (1982)

Best Young Actor in a Television Special
For episode “Stoned (#9.4)”.

OFTA Television Award [Nominee] (2005)

Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

TV Land Award [Winner] (2004)

Favorite Teen Dream – Male

Young Artist Award [Winner] (1982)

Best Young Comedian – Motion Picture or Television

Young Artist Award [Nominee] (1981)

Best Young Comedian

Bailey Baio Angel Foundation

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