Luke Perry Was In A Twisted Sister Video That Was Banned By MTV

Actor Luke Perry, who died earlier today after suffering a massive stroke last week, rose to fame as a member of the cast of Beverly Hills 90210. But one of his first acting jobs was a few years earlier, as an extra in the video for the Twisted Sister's single "Be Chrool to Your Scuel," which MTV refused to play in 1985.

Dee Snider had big plans for the Come Out and Play track. In addition to having Alice Cooper share vocals, it also featured instrumental work by Clarence Clemons and Snider's fellow Long Islanders Billy Joel and Brian Setzer of the Stray Cats.




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