February 26, 1970


Meeno Peluce was on February 26, 1970 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands to Floyd Peluce and Sondra Peluce Londy. His half-sister is Soleil Moon Frye, best known for her childhood role of Punky Brewster.

There isn't much else known about Meeno's life. From various Internet sources, he attended UC Santa Cruz where he studied American Lit.  At one time, he was teaching at Hollywood High School. It appears Meeno might be pursuing photography as meenophoto does have his likeness as a logo. Meeno is married and has a daughter.    

He did work on a project with his sister called "Wild Horses."

The photos below came from 

Meeno and Family, 2001


  • "Starsky & Hutch" - The Crying Child (TV episode, 1977) ... Guy Mayer

  • Night Cries (1978) ... Ian Whitney

  • The Ghost of Flight 401 (1978) ... Billy

  • "Kojak" - The Halls of Terror (TV episode, 1978) ... Christopher

  • "Eight is Enough" - Who's on First (TV episode, 1978)

  • "The Incredible Hulk" - Married: Part I (TV episode, 1978) ... The Boy

  • The Pirate (1978) ... Muhammed, age 10

  • "Lou Grant" - Denial (TV episode, 1979) ... Nick

  • Fast Friends (1979) ... Josh Roman

  • The Bad News Bears (TV series, 1979) ... Tanner Boyle

  • The Amityville Horror (1979) ... Matt

  • "Tenspeed and Brownshoe" - The Millionaire's Life (TV episode, 1980)

  • Scout's Honor (1980) ... Big Ace

  • "Diff'rent Strokes" - Football Father (TV episode, 1980) ... Matt

  • "The Love Boat" - Captain's Bird, The/That's My Dad/Captive Audience (TV episode, 1980) ... Scotty

  • "The Jeffersons" - All I Want for Christmas (TV episode, 1980) ... Billy

  • Don't Go Near The Park (1979) ... Nick

  • "Happy Days" - Potsie on His Own (TV episode, 1981) ... Joey

  • Best of the West (TV series, 1981) ... Daniel Best

  • World War III (1982) ... Andrei Gorny

  • Million Dollar Infield (1982) ... Joshua Miller

  • "Voyagers!" (TV series, 1982) ... Jeffrey Jones

  • "The A-Team" - Pros and Cons (TV episode, 1983) ... Joey

  • "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" - The ACM Kid (TV episode, 1983) ... Aleksei Kalnikov

  • "Manimal" - Scrimshaw (TV episode, 1983) ... Corky Morgan

  • "Silver Spoons" - Spare the Rod (TV episode, 1984)

  • W*A*L*T*E*R (1984) ... Elstin

  • "Remington Steele" - A Pocketful of Steele (TV episode, 1984) ... Jackie Crawford

  • "Punky Brewster" - Henry Falls in Love: Part 2 (TV episode, 1985) ... Zach

  • "Detective in the House" (TV series, 1985) ... Todd Wyman

  • Wild Horses (1998/I) ... writer/director

  • Sex and a Girl (2001) ... Eric the Hippy

*The narrative portion of this page is my own. The facts came from The Internet Movie Database and E! Online.

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