Say What? Peter Billingsley Producer, Porn Career Rumor Not true

Say What?  Peter Billingsley Producer, Career Rumor Not true

Say What? Peter Billingsley Producer, and And Career Rumor Not true

False: Peter Billingsley Grew Up to Do Porn

Peter Billingsley played the most popular character in A Christmas Story. Getting the chance to play Ralphie has led to him having to deal with a few weird rumors as he grew up. The one that stands out the most is that he grew up to do pornography. This is not true for the most part, but there is some truth to it. It just doesn’t apply to Billingsley.

Scott Schwartz is the child star from A Christmas Story that went on to work in the adult entertainment industry. Schwartz played “Flick” in this film. For those who do not remember, he is the kid that ended up with his tongue frozen to a flag pole. He was also in a film with Richard Pryor called “The Toy” in 1982. In this filmed, he “owned” Richard Pryor’s character.

While the rumor had a little truth to it, it just does not apply to Peter Billingsley. He has taken the more pure route by producing major Hollywood films such as Iron Man, The Break Up, and Four Christmases. He produces a television show called Sullivan & Son that has comedian turned actor Steve Byrne at the helm along with Ahmed Ahmed and classic actress Christine Ebersole. This is a show that is shown on TBS and is set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

On The Web:

Say What? Most Bizarre Celebrity Rumors & Myths
http://www.starpulse.com/news/Shannon_Peace/2008/08/12/say_what_most_bizarre_celebrity_rumors

‘A Christmas Story': 11 things you may not know about the holiday classic
http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/12/a-christmas-story-11-things-you-may-not-know-about-the-holiday-classic.html

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2073664/



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