Actor Judge Reinhold hasn't forgotten growing up in Fredericksburg, Va., "a little Southern town . . . where there was really all the time in the world with nothing to do. The only recreation was mindless cruising.
"My first car was a '63 Chevy station wagon that I called Ramona, because that's the sound it made. `FARM USE' was painted on the back. It was right off the set of `Hee Haw,' " Reinhold said, according to the July issue of Playboy magazine.Reinhold, 30, said he was the "Alan Alda" of his class at James Monroe High School - the kind of guy girls could talk to about their boyfriend problems.
Among Reinhold's movie credits since leaving Fredericksburg are "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," "Ruthless People," "Beverly Hills Cop" and "Vice Versa."