In Happy Days, Don Most played Richie Cunningham’s goofy friend, Ralph Malph. With a penchant for girls, hot rods and pranks, Ralph was a character you couldn’t overlook – literally because he often wore shirts with his own name emblazoned on them. Ralph is just way cooler than his buddies Richie and Potsie, and he never misses an opportunity to prove he’s “still got it”. Ralph eventually trades his gags for a career in ophthalmology and follows in his father’s footsteps.
Don Most left Happy Days after seven seasons of Malphian antics, telling The Boise Beat, “I felt like it had gone as far as it could have gone, and I felt like it was repeating and there wasn’t a chance for it to grow that much.” Before leaving, Most met his future wife, actress Morgan Hart, on the set. The couple married in 1982. After Happy Days, Most tried his hand at voiceover work for animated films such as “The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang,” “Dungeons and Dragons,” and “Teen Wolf.” When not performing for the cartoon tot set on Saturday mornings, Most has appeared on a number of television shows including “Star Trek: Voyager” and “Glee.” Most has also directed several films and expanded his music career by becoming a swing and jazz crooner, proving without a doubt that he’s “still got it”.