VH1 takes you on an inside tour of the unconventional relationship between former child TV star Danny Bonaduce and his wife Gretchen. Follow the couple as they seek help from Dr. Garry Corgiatt through couples therapy. Dr. Garry will challenge the couple to tackle their mountain of issues including Danny's infidelity, addiction, and celebrity. Danny and Gretchen tied the knot after knowing each other for only seven hours, but fifteen years later the couple is still married and they are turning to Dr. Garry for help keeping it this way.

Breaking Bonaduce - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2005-09-11

Breaking Bonaduce - J. D. Roth - Netflix

James David Weinroth (born April 20, 1968), better known as J. D. Roth, is an American television personality, actor, children's game show host, a voice-over performer on many television programs, and a television producer of reality shows. Roth is the co-creator of the reality show The Biggest Loser on NBC. He also hosted ABC's fall 2008 series Opportunity Knocks. He is currently the announcer of the ABC tv show, Extreme Weight Loss. His previous hosting jobs include the Fox adult reality game show Unan1mous, the children's reality show Endurance on NBC and the Discovery Kids Channel, and the children's game show Fun House which aired both in syndication and on Fox. Roth is also the CEO of 3Ball Productions, a television production company based in Manhattan Beach, California. 3Ball Productions was sold to Dutch group Eyeworks in 2006 and was renamed to Eyeworks USA. In 2014, when Eyeworks' businesses outside of the US were sold to the Warner Bros. Television Group, Eyeworks USA became independent. Roth and his wife Christine are the parents of two children, Cooper and Duncan.

Breaking Bonaduce - Early life - Netflix

Roth was born and raised in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He first acquired an interest in acting when he was ten, and has been working on commercials and being in front of and behind the camera ever since. In a 1996 interview, he said that he worked 22 commercials in his first year of acting. At age 11, he booked himself an audition for a children's show at a New York nightclub, winning a spot along with others including future stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Rick Schroder, and Ricki Lake. He was one of the hosts of the kids' news magazine version of Wonderama, which aired from 1980 to 1987. After being a finalist on Star Search, he made numerous guest appearances on Charles in Charge, As the World Turns, The Equalizer, and Tales from the Darkside. After graduating from Cherry Hill High School East in 1986, and before producing reality television, Roth's first television exposure was hosting the kids' game show Fun House, which was one of the most popular children's shows in the U.S. at the time. At age 19, he became the youngest person to host a game show. During its three-year-run, he also traveled across the country hosting a live version for children. In several episodes, he claimed that J.D. stood for “Jammin' Dude.” In 1987, he was considered for the part of Wesley Crusher in Star Trek: The Next Generation and was a Panelist in the Davidson Version of Hollywood Squares.

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