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  • In 2007 Ed earned his black belt in Brazilian Ju-Jitsu after 15 years of training.
  • Plays handball.
  • Learned (and still practices) Brazilian Ju-Jitsu from the famous Gracie family.
  • Has two young daughters.
  • Was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1969, but released during training camp.
  • Born in Youngstown, Ohio.
  • Spouse, Catherine Rusoff (1986 - present) 2 children
  • Plays handball.
  • Invented the popular sandwich called the "Boone" at the famous Se-port Deli in Setauket, New York.
  • The first actor from Fox to host "Saturday Night Live" (1975) in 1990; three years later his "Married with Children" (1987) co-star, Christina Applegate hosted the show.
  • Learned (and still practices) Brazilian Ju-Jitsu from the famous Gracie family. In 2007 Ed earned his black belt in Brazilian Ju-Jitsu after 15 years of training.
  • Often plays cops on TV shows or movies. On an episode of "Married with Children" (1987), he dreamed that he was a detective.
  • He graduated from Ursuline High School
  • Was considered for the role of patriarch "Steven Keaton" in "Family Ties" (1982); the role went to Michael Gross instead.
  • Expected "Married with Children" (1987) to be canceled within the first 6 episodes.
  • Taught Social Studies in Youngstown before acting.
  • Was nearly cast as "Sam Malone" in the TV show "Cheers" (1982); the role went to Ted Danson instead.
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