As DavidNet nears it's 16th Birthday, we decided to give the site a facelift. With the closing of Hoffspace we have decided to try and add more of a social aspect to the site. There's a new Chat, the Forum is updated and the Fan Corner is waiting for fan submissions.We are still updating things, adding photos and pages, so please be patient. There's more to come!
DavidNet is sponsoring a t-shirt giveaway!A few weeks ago, Cafepress and ABC launched a new partnership where Cafepress will handle all of ABC'sÂ online merchandise store for t-shirts, DVDs, coffee mugs, etc. In commemoration for this event together with the premiere of Dancing with the Stars on Monday on ABC, we are giving away a t-shirt from theÂ Official Dancing with the Stars Store.Here's what you have to do to win: Either e-mail me, post in the comments below, or twitter me @davidnet with the hashtag: #hoffshirt and create a new Hoff inspired phrase. For example, "Have a hot cup of Hoffee," or "Do the Hustlehoff."You can play for the Hoff shirt, or pick a different shirt from theÂ Official Dancing with the Stars Store. I look forward to seeing some interesting Hoff phrases!
Geocities is where this site first started, way back in 1997. It sat there for about 5 years, through Yahoo! taking it over, and transfer limits. When the site grew too large for free hosting, it moved to dhasselhoff.net. Yahoo! is closing it on Monday, and I just wanted to commemorate all the wonderful years it gave me. I can't find screenies of what it looked like at first, but XKCD gives an idea of what websites were back then. I had the animated gifs and the blinking, but didn't really get into the crazy backgrounds.Thanks for all the good times, Geocities!See more images after the jump.
Check out America's Got Talent fabulous judge David "The Hoff" Hasselhoff's new look.From America's Got Talent Judge Bios:David Hasselhoff returns as a judge on "America's Got Talent," NBC's summer reality competition series, which brings the variety format back to the forefront of American culture.David Hasselhoff is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as "The Most Watched TV Star in the World" thanks to starring roles in both "Knight Rider" and "Baywatch." Born in Baltimore, MD, he dreamed as a child of having a career on Broadway, but his first professional job came on the CBS soap opera "The Young and the Restless," playing Dr. Snapper Foster.Six years later he was lured by NBC President Brandon Tartikoff into starring in "Knight Rider" as Michael Knight, leading him to a People's Choice Award for Most Popular Actor. The show is still playing throughout the world. In 1989, he headed the cast of "Baywatch." After being cancelled by NBC, "Baywatch" was acquired by Hasselhoff and the producing partners for syndication, and he became one of the executive producers and TV history was made. "Baywatch" ran for 11 years and is still viewed in 140 countries by over one billion viewers every week.Along the way, Hasselhoff appeared in several feature films, including "Layover," "Legacy," "Final Alliance," "Fugitive Run," "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story," "The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie" and Adam Sandler's "Click," and his upcoming feature, "Bedtime Stories." TV movies include "Cartier Affair," "Lady by the Lake," "One True Love," "Shaka Zulu," "Nick Fury," "Gridlock," "Avalanche," "Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding," and soon to be seen on the SciFi channel, "Anaconda II."Guest appearances on TV series include "Just Shoot Me," "Yes, Dear," "3rd Rock From the Sun," "Still Standing" and "West Wing" among others. His remarkable musical career took off in the late 1980s when he recorded the album "Looking For Freedom" at the end of the Cold War. The song became an anthem for the German people and remained at the top of their charts for eight weeks. The album went triple platinum in Europe and Hasselhoff was named "Most Popular and Best-Selling Artist of the Year."He has since garnered over 40 gold and platinum records worldwide. In 1989, he sang "Looking For Freedom" from atop the Berlin Wall to over one million people during the German reunification celebration. He is currently recording an album with award-winning Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn.His latest single, "Jump in My Car," which he performed on "America's Got Talent" hit the top of the U.K. charts. The video has been downloaded over six million times and he was recently named one of the most downloaded artists of the year. His concerts have played to standing room-only audiences worldwide.In 2000, Hasselhoff made his long-awaited theatrical debut in the Broadway musical "Jekyll & Hyde," which was also filmed by Broadway Television Network and aired on HBO, and is available on DVD from Image Entertainment.He went on to make his West End debut in London as Billy Flynn in the long-running musical "Chicago," as well as recently appearing in the Las Vegas production of Mel Brooks' hit musical, "The Producers." His comic turn as the flamboyant Roger DeBris proved to be an audience favorite.Hasselhoff's autobiography, "Making Waves," was published by Hodder & Stoughton in the U.K. and was on the bestseller list. A U.S. release titled "Don't Hassel the Hoff" was recently released by Thomas Dunne books, a division of St. Martin's Press. Hasselhoff co-founded the charity Race For Life, and is a frequent visitor to children's hospitals during his travels around the world. He was a key participant in "Camp Baywatch," dedicated to disadvantaged youth in Los Angeles and is also active with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Hasselhoff was honored recently with the International Star of the Year Award for Outstanding Contribution to Global Entertainment by the Bollywood Awards. In addition, he was awarded the Comeback Star of the Year on the VH1 Big in '06 Awards.He resides in Southern California with his two daughters, Taylor-Ann and Hayley.For more information on America's Got Talent click here.
Busy, busy, busy. I might not have the latest news up at the moment, only because I am concentrating on other things on the site.Â Be assured, the pages I am adding will be exclusive Hoff material! DavidNet will be the only Hoff site to carry these surprises.Â I am hoping to have it up today. Stay tuned!
Got this site back up and running! I added this nifty little blog here, Â thought it'd be a good place to talk about what's going on with the Hoff, and the new Knight Rider. Speaking of which, if you want to see the Hoff in the new Knight Rider, you will have to write NBC and tell them you want a second season! This will be the only way you'll get to see David return to the series as Michael Knight. In my opinion, it was the best show he's ever been on.Write to:Angela BromstadCo-Chairman, NBC Entertainment and NBC Universal Television Studio100 Universal City PlazaUniversal City, CA 91608