Shaun’s Career Timeline
From 1958 – Present
Saturday, September 27, 1958 – Shaun Paul Cassidy was born in Los Angeles
Appeared with his mom Shirley in the summer stock production of “On a Clear Day you can see Forever”
January – “Morning Girl” is released in Europe
Sang the theme song for “Dawn: portrait of a Runaway”
Appeared in first TV movie “Born of Water”
June – Shaun graduates high school at Beverly Hills High
Held first public concert at the Aquarius Theater in L.A.
December – Shaun loses his father Jack in a tragic apartment fire.
January – First TV series “The Hardy Boys Mysteries” where he played Joe Hardy
Da Doo Ron Ron is released in the U.S.
June – Debut album “Shaun Cassidy” is released in the U.S. and goes double platinum before the year is through.
Appeared and sang on American Bandstand
November – “Born Late” is released on the U.S. market
Shaun gives his mom away when she marries Marty Ingels
First U.S. concert tour which starts in Salt Lake City, UT
Appears on the Goldie Hawn Special
Album “Under Wraps” is released
The Shaun Cassidy Special airs on TV
Shaun celebrates his “20th” birthday on TV with Dick Clark
Shaun is nominated for a Grammy award for “Best new artist” but unfortunately does not win.
The Hardy Boys end their run on TV
Album “Room Service” is released
Shaun appears in TV Movie “Like Normal People” playing Roger Meyers
Album “Shaun Cassidy Live” is released
December 1 – Shaun weds model Ann Pennington in backyard wedding.
Becomes stepfather to Jessica
Shaun stars in his second TVseries “Breaking Away”
Album “Wasp” debuts
Appeared in the theater production “Barefoot in the Park”
Became a father with the birth of his daughter, Caitlin Ann on November 25
Appeared in the theater production “The Subject was Roses” and won the Critics
Appeared in the theater production of “Mass Appeal” at the Huntington Hartford Center
Appeared in the theater for “Pass/Fail” at the Mark Taper Forum
Appeared in the theater for “Loss of Roses” at the Berkshire Theater
Arrival of Shaun’s 2nd child, a son John “Jake” Pennington Cassidy on February 27
Appears in the theater production of “Triumph of the Spider Monkey” at the L.A.
Stars in the TV Special movie “Breakfast with Les & Bess”
Appeared in the theater production of “Look Homeward Angel” at the Berkshire.
February 8 – starred in a episode of Murder She Wrote entitled “Murder in a minor Key”
Appeared for 6 months as the drifter Dusty in General Hospital
Appeared in the production of “Diary of a Hunger Strike” and won the dramalogue award for best actor.
Appreared in the theatre production of “Dangerous Music” in Jupitor, Florida
March 19 – Guest starred in the TV series Alfred Hitchcock in the episode entitled“Hippocrittic Oath”
February – Guest starred in the TV series Matlock in the episode entitled“The Investigation”
Starred in the TV movie “Once upon a Texas Train” aka “Texas Guns”
Celebrates his 30th Birthday
Guest starred in the Roots continuing saga entitled “Roots: Christmas”
Appeared in the production of “Romance,Romance” in Calgary, Alberta
Appeared in the London production of “Bus Stop” with Jerry Hall
Appeared in the production of “They’re playing our Song” in Toronto, Canada
Was the supervising producer & show developer for the TV series “Over mydead body” which never aired.
Co-produced & wrote the TV movie “Strays”
Shaun & Ann Cassidy dissolve their marriage after 13 years.
Wrote the TV movie “Midnight Run: Run for your life”
Appeared on Broadway with brother David in “Blood Brothers”
Married actress Susan Diol on May 7th
Created & Exec. produced the TV series “American Gothic”
Appeared as himself in a comedy spoof entitled “Your studio and you”
Created & produced the TV series “Roar”
Co-created the TV series “Players”
Executive produced the TV series “Hollyweird” which never aired.
Arrival of his 3rd child, daughter Juliet on March 19
Shaun turned the big “40”
Shaun’s daughter Caitlin graduates high school, and goes on to college.
Wrote & exec. produced the TV series “Cover Me: based on the true life of a FBI family”
Shaun signs a 3 year contract with Universal to produce and create TV programs
Exec. produced, wrote and was show runner for the TV series “The Agency”
Sang the intro theme song for an episode of “The Agency: Thanksgiving”
Shaun & Susan dissolve their marriage after 8 years
Shaun’s son Jake graduates from high school. Decides on a career of film production and attends Boston University.
Shaun switches studios, and signs a 2 year contact with Warner Bros. and continues exec. producing.
Exec. produces the TV series “Cold Case
Shaun continues work, and had several project he was working on.
Created and produced the TV series “The Mountain”
Shaun’s daughter Caitlin graduates from College with a degree in Fine Arts
August 28 – Shaun marries producer Tracey Turner in a lovely wedding in a vineyard
Shaun creates and exec. produces a TV show “Invasion”
Welcomes the arrival of his 4th child, a son named Caleb on March 3
Shaun once again switches studios and signs a 2 year contact with touchstone television
Welcome child #5, son Roan on September 23
Shaun creates the screenplay for TV series “Inseparable” which has yet to air.
Welcomes child #6, a daughter named Lila in December
Shaun get his family involved, when he creates/produces, the TV series “Ruby and the Rockets” starring his brothers Patrick and David. Brother Ryan is the set designer, and sis-in-law Melissa is the choreographer. Daughter Caitlin is make-up.
Shaun makes hearts swoon again, when he appears on Oprah Winfrey’s finale episodes, and sings his top 3 songs.
Currently is in pre-production and creation with Kimberly Paisley productions, as well as another production, hopefully to air late 2011 or early 2012.
Recently welcomed child #7 (Yes I said Seven), a daughter name Mairin in June.
Shaun has left Disney Studios and is back at Universal Studios.
Currently the Pilot to “Hysteria” is airing online on the Amazon channel.
Shaun join Twitter under shaunpcassidy, and also starts a facebook page.