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READ MORE Rick Springfield threatened to kill a deputy sheriff and the deputy's family the night he was arrested for drunk driving ... READ MORE '80s rocker Rick Springfield -- the guy who sang "Jessie's Girl" -- was arrested on suspicion of driving drunk in Los Angeles last night ... yet there is no mention of the incident in the arrest report -- law… Rick Springfield was born Richard Lewis Springthorpe in Guildford, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, to Eileen Louise (Evennett) and Norman James Springthorpe, a Lt. His maternal grandparents were English, and his father was of English and some Scottish descent. After that came "Comic Book Heroes", which was marginally successful.Rick spent his childhood on various army bases in Australia and Britain. He learned to speak English with an American accent to further his acting career, after he lost his record label.A jury found the 80s rocker was not negligent in the case --… County Sheriff's Department tells TMZ, deputies went to Rick's L. literally -- going underground Wednesday morning in NYC for an impromptu performance of "Jessie's Girl" ... the one in which he allegedly threatened to kill a deputy sheriff ...READ MORE Rick Springfield was arrested today on a bench warrant stemming from his DUI case. TMZ has learned the singer cut a deal and won't have to spend a single…In the early 1980s, his luck changed as he signed to RCA Records and was then cast as "Dr. While he had released six albums in the 1970s, his 1980 break-through album "Working Class Dog" gave him the #1 single "Jessie's Girl".From the music and TV exposure, he became a teen idol.
Upon releasing his 3rd album with RCA-"Living In Oz" he quit "GH" and went back to his rock roots.I’m proud of the life it’s taken on after I let it go, because it’s really taken on a life of its own.It’s great I’m not one of these guys that go, ‘God, I’m so sick of playing these songs.’ I’m very proud!Rick Springfield knows what you used to think of him.
“I was a one-dimensional soap-opera pretty boy,” he tells The Post, remembering his role on ’80s daytime staple “General Hospital.” “The guy that produced [Springfield’s 1981 Billboard No. He said I didn’t need it and it wouldn’t be good for me as a musician.“Incredibly, I remain blissfully unaware of this part of the routine for a while, until we pull up outside a liquor store late one night and all the other band members get out and tell me to stay in the idling car.