1. David Cassidy was encouraged by the pop delivered from the line changes, but was understandably peeved by letting a sure W fold up faster than a game of three-card monte out on Seventh Avenue.
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6. On December 11, 1976, David Cassidy returned home after eating dinner alone at a restaurant and consuming much alcohol at various bars across West Hollywood.
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15. David Cassidy recorded a message for Virgin Mobile for your voicemail.
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17. David Cassidy was guest host on The Paul Perry Morning Show, Oldies 104.3; April 18th through April 22nd, 2005 from 7am to 9am.
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22. David Cassidy graduated from Rexford, a private high school in Beverly Hills and even before graduating had performed in a couple of plays and one TV show.
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23. David Cassidy made his Broadway debut in 1969 in the musical "The Fig Leaves Are Falling" at the same time his father and stepmother, Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones, opened on Broadway in their only play together, "Maggie Flynn".
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41. David Cassidy wrote a memoir, Could It Be Forever? My Story, published in the United Kingdom in March 2007, which gives further details about his personal life.
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51. In 2005, David Cassidy played the manager of Aaron Carter's character in the film Popstar.
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52. In 2000, David Cassidy wrote and appeared in the Las Vegas show At the Copa with Sheena Easton, as both the young and old versions of the lead character, Johnny Flamingo.
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53. In 1978, David Cassidy starred in an episode of Police Story titled "A Chance to Live", for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award.
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