The new issue of GQ has a fascinating oral history of the 1982-93 NBC series, with key cast members and producers sharing never-before-told stories.“Cheers” fans should definitely sit down and read the whole piece, but we’ve collected the best tidbits here, so pull up a barstool and find out what you never knew about the bar where everybody knows your name.
Still with Nimoy today, the 53-year-old Farrell says she has no regrets about her exit from Hollywood and instead has embraced motherhood especially since Max enjoys Comic Con and Star Trek conventions like his mom.
With dark hair and piercing blue eyes, she was a photogenic baby and later transformed into a beautiful young adult towering at nearly six feet tall by the time she entered junior high.
With her family and friends always complimenting her beauty, Farrell dreamed of walking the runway and submitted her photograph to the prestigious Elite Modeling Agency in New York City.
And Marg Helgenberger put her heart and soul into the rags-to-riches role, inspiring women from tough backgrounds to aspire for a better life.
In fact, the character is actually based on real-life forensics officer Yolanda Mc Clary.
" data-reactid="18"Let’s all raise a glass and give a toast to the gang at “Cheers,” who are celebrating their 30th anniversary this weekend.