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The actor continued to work through his illness, starring in the A&E Network show The Beast for a single season before succumbing to the disease. His co-star Jennifer said at the time: 'Patrick was a rare and beautiful combination of raw masculinity and amazing grace. She'd actually acted with Patrick once before, in 1984's Red Dawn, though this film was a bigger success, earning Golden Globe nominations for both of them.
Then, in 1989, Jennifer did something many actresses had done before her: She got a nose job.
Like Jerry, Kelly Bishop had a long history on the stage before she signed on as mom Marjorie Houseman in Dirty Dancing.
In 1976, she won the Tony for Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Musical) for her role as Sheila in A Chorus Line, and she also appeared in several other Tony Award-winning productions.
Jane Brucker's biggest role was as Baby's annoying older sister Lisa.
Afterward, she had only small roles in the movie Stealing Home and the series Doctor Doctor.
When she was cast in Dirty Dancing, she was originally set to play Vivian Pressman, the cougar whom Johnny Castle has an affair with.
He was also honored with a portion of New York City's 53rd Street (near Eighth Avenue) renamed after him as Jerry Orbach Way.Despite being misquoted as saying she blamed the movie for her lack of success, the self-proclaimed 'stay-at-home actress' told Movie Fone in 2012, 'I don't blame Dirty Dancing for my flat career at all.' 'I think Dirty Dancing gives the impression I'm a horrible singer,' she went on, but added, 'I'm extremely grateful to have been in Dirty Dancing.' Now 59, Jane has an adult daughter, volunteers at Santa Monica's Virginia Avenue Project, and — according to IBDB — contributed to the 2014 stage musical of Dirty Dancing by co-writing the song Lisa's Hula.Unsurprisingly, Jack Weston — who was 63 when Dirty Dancing hit theaters — already had most of his career behind him when he played Catskills boss Max Kellerman.Patrick was 34 when he was cast as Johnny Castle, a dancer from the wrong side of the tracks who takes up a summer gig as Camp Kellerman's in the Catskills.He wasn't the first choice for the role, and was about a decade older than his character — but there was no denying that he and Jennifer Grey had on-screen chemistry.