UPDATE: 10/12/15 - Ted's website now has a new name! You can visit it at this link:

UPDATE: 3/13/07 - Ted now has his own website!  You can visit it at this link: 


TED'S NEW 2023-2024 VENUES

1. UPDATE 1/10/24 (From Ted and Ted's Facebook Page)

UPDATE 1/3/24 (From Ted and Ted's Facebook Page)








September 16, 17 & 18, 2022

Woodbridge, IL

Hollywood Blvd. Cinema

September 20, 2022

Columbus, OH

Drexel Theatre

December 7, 2022

Orinda, CA

Orinda Theatre

January 14, 2023

Trenton, NJ

Villa Victoria Academy Performing Arts Center

March 17-18, 2023

Santa Ana, CA

Frida Cinema

May 11, 2023

Eugene, OR

Eugene Art House

May 13, 2023

Sacramento, CA

Crest Theatre

June 21-22, 2023

Arlington, MA

Regent Theatre

June 24, 2023

Greenwich, RI

The Greenwich Odeum

June 25, 2023

Jaffrey, NH

The Park Theatre

June 29, 2023

Cleveland, OH

Cedar-Lee Theatre

July 22, 2023

Davenport, IA

Paul V. Galvin Fine Arts Center

July 25, 2023

Los Angeles, CA

Laemmie Royal

July 26, 2023

North Hollywood, CA

Laemmie NoHo7

July 27, 2023

Claremont, CA

Laemmie Claremont5

August 15, 2023

Dallas, TX

The Texas Theatre

September 9, 2023

Freeport, IL

St. John United Church of Christ

September 12, 2023

Fort Pierce, FL

Sunrise Theatre

September 13, 2023

Delray Beach, FL

Movies of Delray Theatre

September 15, 2023

Orlando, FL

The Abbey Orlando

September 17, 2023

Tampa, FL

Tampa Theatre

September 20, 2023

Ventura, CA

80TH Birthday Bash Event
Rubicon Theatre Company

December 6, 2023

New Brunswick, NJ

New Brunswick Performing Arts Center

December 9, 2023

Trenton, NJ

Villa Victoria Academy Performing Arts Center

February 24, 2024

Sonoma, CA

Sebastiani Theatre

February 26, 2024

North Hollywood, CA

Laemmie NoHo7

February 27, 2024

Los Angeles, CA

Laemmie Royal

February 28, 2024

Claremont, CA

Laemmie Claremont5

February 29, 2024

Santa Clarita, CA

Laemmie Newhall

March 1-2, 2024

Burbank, CA

Marriott Burbank Convention Center - The Hollywood Show

March 23, 2024

Coldwater, MI

Tibbits Opera Hall

March 26 & 28, 2024

Arlington, MA

Regent Theatre

March 30-31, 2024

Greenwich, RI

The Greenwich Odeum

Please keep checking here, on Ted's Facebook page & on, as more dates will be announced.

For more details on this tour, you can also go HERE.

2. UPDATE 3/4/24 (From Ted and Ted's Facebook Page)


3. SuperstarS The Documentary Extended Version

On Blu Ray, DVD and Streaming Aug 10th



                        SHOW                                                      ROLE/EPISODE

        The Tonight Show (5/24/93)                  Guest with Carl Anderson during JCS Anniversary Tour

                                                                    This little treasure was posted on by:  Sean Grindle: (
                                                                                           Here are the links, and the video of Ted is below:

                                                                                                                                        Ted Singing Gethsemane on The Tonight Show:

                                                                                                                                       Carl Singing Superstar on The Tonight Show



Here are some stills from the video - courtesy of Helena (

       A Touch of Gold                                 Variety Show on NBC - with Ray Charles

        Riptide (1985)                                    "Larry Bloom"/"Wipe Out" (episode #3.1 (36)) 10/1/85

Tucker's Witch (1983)                       "Keith Tracy"/"Rock Is A Hard Place (episode #8) 4/14/83


        Jerry Lewis Telethon (1979)              Sang on telethon (Thanks to Ann Stickford for finding this info!)

           Sonny and Cher (1978)                      Guest Star (see info below - thanks to Debbie ( for this find!

               http://www.justplai content-16. html


               SHOW 59
               Guests: O. J. Simpson and Ted Neely (sp?), Cameo appearances by Jack Palance and Dr. Joyce Brothers

                1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "Top Of the World" and an opening dialogue.
                2. "The Super Bowl Follies" -- O. J. and Ted join the regulars in a series of blackouts about gridiron antics.
                3. Cher sings "Holly Holy"
                4. "At the Launderette" -- Laverne (Cher) heads the offense in a verbal drive against football and its fans.
                5. Ted sings "Another's Lifetime"
                6. Sonny and Cher perform "River Of Love"

        The Man From Atlantis (1977-78)    "Jake Muldoon" / "Giant" (episode #1.4) 10/25/77
                                                                                                    "Scavenger Hunt" (episode #1.10) 4/18/78

          Rolling Stone 10th Anniversary        Host of TV Special  
                TV Special (1977)     

              A picture of Ted from that special (thanks, Mianne! (



And here's a video of the segment that picture came from - found on Google Video by Adam ( here:   

The Google Video poster (couldn't find the name) posted this blurb about the video:

"From the Rolling Stone Magazine 10th Anniversary TV Special in 1977, found ... on an unlabeled Beta tape at a flea market. Featuring Ted Neeley (the guy who played "Jesus" in "Jesus Chris Superstar"), featuring Patti Labelle, Yvonne Elliman and several others. I'm sure most of them would prefer this never be seen again."  


         TV Pilot (The Ted Neeley Special) (1977)                                   Details to come
          Note: This listing is courtesy of  Ann Stickford ( , one of our newest Tedheads. She tells me she has it listed as The 
                       Ted Neeley Special - a 90-minute pilot - from when she met Ted years back, so I am listing it for the time being. 

          McLaren's Riders (1977) (TV)                                                    T. Wood
                      A pilot that aired as crime drama on May 17, 1977.    Ted starred as one of two plainclothes motorcycle cops.

Thanks, Ann.

                        NOTE:  I will have some pictures of this pilot posted shortly, courtesy of Ann Stickford ( - thanks, Ann!

           Winter Tour (1976-1977)                   Young Man (?)                  PBS - Details to come
          Note: Kathy (
), one of our newest Tedheads posted this listing on Ted's List)

         Dusty Springfield Show (1975-6)       Guest Artist       
          Note: This listing is courtesy of  Ann Stickford ( , one of our newest Tedheads. She tells me that this may, in effect,  
                       be "A Touch of Gold" (listed above. I will post more on this as soon as I receive the info.


        Thanks again to Ann Stickford ( for these (for TV shots from the '70's, they're pretty good!)

From Rossana Casolari - one of our Tedheads in Italy - (,
here is a little gem she found, circa 1975 - could be Dusty Springfield or The Midnight Special :

        Starsky & Hutch (1975)                    "Lionel Rigger"/"Targets Without a Badge: Part 3"
                                                                                                                                 (episode #4.20) 3/16/79

        Starsky & Hutch (1975)                    "Lionel Rigger"/"Targets Without a Badge: Part 2"
                                                                                                                                 (episode #4.19) 3/11/79

        Starsky & Hutch (1975)                    "Lionel Rigger"/"Targets Without a Badge: Part 1"
                                                                                                                                 (episode #4.18) 3/6/79

                      (NOTE:  While this is a 3-part episode, Ted's character is killed off in Part 1, with some of his scenes shown before the
                                             Part 2 recap, which probably explains why the
IMDb database only lists 2 of the 3 parts in Ted's TV credits.)

Trade Ad from Variety:  Ted as Lionel Rigger in the 
3-part Starsky & Hutch episode:  "Targets Without 
A Badge" (A.K.A. "The Snitch").

NOTEIMDb database listed Ted's appearance as part of the 3-part episode "Targets Without A Badge"
                            (episodes #3.18, 19, & 20 - air dates 3/6, 11,& 16/75). When these were aired here last on TNT, Ted was in
                            the preview for Part 2 - but the previews were from "The Snitch". Apparently, it is listed under both 
                            names, depending upon which Starsky and Hutch website you may access. Shevonia (Von) Thompson
                           ( and I have been e-mailing for a while, since Von was in the service.  Von recently
                           joined Ted's list, and sent me some of the Starsky & Hutch captures posted below, then posted the website
                          link listed below to Ted's list.  Thanks, Von!  Enjoy, everyone!):


        American Bandstand (1975)             Guest w/Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes (episode #2188) 5/31/75

        The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (TV)  4/13/69 - The Episode That Never Aired)
(Ted alluded to this show during our 8/27/22 radio interview with Ted and Frank Munoz on The Ray Carr Show

  prior to the beginning the latest round of JCS screenings. Ray found this on YouTube and sent it to me. Ted appears
                            in the Rules and Regulations sketch near the end of the show.)

        Dragnet (TV)  1/12/67 - The LSD Story   (Billing onscreen for "Ted Neeley Five")
(Courtesy of Stormy (otherwise known as Lisa Stormy Porter-Reiley) (, we have this

  interesting little tidbit:  "I was looking around on the web and found your site. Thought you might find this
                            interesting; I was watching an old episode of Dragnet, and in one of their shots they showed a club in Los
                           Angeles that had "Ted Neeley Five" on the marquis. Looked around on the web, but found nothing. But that's
                           got to be a cool tidbit of Neeley nostalgia.")


                                  "The Tough guy!"                                                                        I think this was around the "Of Mice and Men" time.