Pinchot has worked extensively as an audiobook narrator, with over 100 recordings as of 2014.
That changed when the actors reunited for an interview with New York radio station i Heart 106.7 Lite FM on Thursday, according to And, of course, they reminisced about their work together on the ABC show.
The comedians were on the show to talk up their headlining gig at the three-day Chiller Theatre Expo at the Hilton in Parsippany, N. Running from 1986 to 1993, Perfect Strangers centered on the wacky friendship between strait-laced Chicago resident Larry Appleton, played by Mark, and his distant European cousin Balki Bartokomous, played by Bronson.
"[Washington] was really abusive to me and everybody on that movie, and his official explanation was that his character didn't like me, but it was a dreadful experience.
I spent my salary on time with my shrink just for helping me get through it." It wasn't just leading men that Pinchot had problems with.
Perfect Strangers co-stars Bronson Pinchot and Mark Linn-Baker have been pals since their popular sitcom wrapped 24 years ago after six years on air.