In 1991, Hasselhoff reprised his role as Michael Knight in the television film Knight Rider 2000 as a sequel to the original series.
The movie served as a pilot for a proposed new series, but despite high ratings, the plan was abandoned.
The fan club site owners state that the 3 PM time comes from a radio interview Hasselhoff gave but they could not remember which show it was.
Speaking of the romantic beach-side proposal in Malibu, Hayley, 36, couldn't keep the tears away."We were both in tears… When she asked for a photograph, the actor agreed on one condition: She had to give him her phone number.
A few days later, the two went on their first date together... While the Hoff was concerned about their 27-year age gap, Hayley admitted it didn't phase her."I don't worry about it.
He graduated from Lyons Township High School in La Grange, Illinois in 1970.
He was a member of the speech team, senior discussion leaders, president of the choir, captain of the volleyball team and held roles in several plays (including one lead role as Matt in The Fantasticks).
In 2000, he made his Broadway debut in the musical Jekyll & Hyde.
Following his debut he starred in other musicals including Chicago and The Producers.
Although it was canceled after only one season, he believed the series had potential, so Hasselhoff revived it for the first-run syndication market in 1991, investing his own money and additionally functioning as executive producer.
His contract stipulated royalties to be paid to him from the rerun profits, which gave him the financial liberty to buy back the rights to Baywatch from NBC.
(However, in the 1982 two-hour pilot "Knight Of The Phoenix", Muntzy is shot and killed in the parking lot.
Also a female character died in the "Nobody Does It Better" episode, and a gang member was killed by Michael Knight in the "Short Notice" episode.) He describes the acting he has done as "a little more difficult than if you had a regularly well-written script – like, if I was going to be in, say, Reservoir Dogs, or The Godfather, or Dances with Wolves or Lawrence of Arabia or ER, I had to talk to a car." While his star status waxed and waned in the USA, his popularity endured longer in Germany to the end of the 1980s.
He studied at Oakland University before graduating with a degree in theater at the California Institute of the Arts. "Snapper Foster" on The Young and the Restless from 1975–82, leaving the series as the show wrote out many of their original characters. He launched his singing career with guest appearances on the first season of children's program Kids Incorporated, performing "Do You Love Me".