Bob Barker Quarantine Is Easy ... I'm Used to Isolation!!!

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Bob Barker's life is not in upheaval under the coronavirus quarantine -- like most of us -- because he's already skilled in the art of self-isolation.

Sources connected to Bob tell us the former 'Price is Right' host is doing okay at home as he quarantines in Los Angeles. Fact is, Bob was already steering clear of others for his own health, so the new normal for most folks is just another day for Barker.

Our sources say Bob's isolation is way more strict due to the outbreak though. His family was already barring people with colds from getting close to him -- his immune system is not what it once was -- and now, no one is allowed over to the house aside from those in quarantine with him.

We're told 96-year-old Bob's family is making sure he eats and tends to all his medical needs, but so far it's pretty much business as usual.

There is one major change ... our sources say Bob would normally watch sports at home, but now he's watching a lot of old movies, especially anything related to the military. Remember, Bob was in the Navy and is really into war flicks.

You'll recall ... Bob slipped and fell at his home last year, and was transported to the hospital twice in 2018 with back issues.

But, so far, Bob's doing just fine in quarantine.

'All My Children' Star John Callahan Dead at 66 ... 'Massive Stroke'

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John Callahan of 'All My Children' fame has died.

The longtime soap star passed away Saturday after suffering a massive stroke at his Palm Desert, CA home ... according to his rep. On Friday, paramedics were called to his home and he was transferred to a hospital in Rancho Mirage, where he was put on life support.

Callahan's rep says his death is NOT related to COVID-19 -- but notes that nonetheless, some of John's family members were only able to see him for a short while due to hospital restrictions currently in place all over the country because of the coronavirus.

His ex-wife and former 'AMC' co-star, Eva La Rue says ... " We are extremely saddened and distraught over the loss of John." She continued, "He was my great friend, co-parent and an amazing father to Kaya. The absence of his bigger than life, gregarious personality will leave a hole in our hearts forever. Words cannot express the shock and devastation we are feeling at this time. The Yankees just lost one of their greatest fans."

John played Edmund Grey on the hit show for years, starring in his role from 1992 all through 2005. He also acted on the daytime drama "Santa Barbara" for a couple years in the '80s as well as 'Falcon Crest' in the early '90s. He also had recurring roles on 'Days of Our Lives' dating back to the late '80s all the way up until 2010.

The guy had 34 acting credits to his name. He's survived by his daughter, Kaya.

John was 66. RIP.

'Game of Thrones' Direwolf Dog from First Episode Dies

"Game of Thrones" fans already reeling from the show ending have another heartbreaking loss -- the dog that played Bran's direwolf has died.

Odin, an Inuit dog who played Summer the direwolf in the very first 'GoT' episode back in 2011, died after being diagnosed with mouth cancer in November.

His owners announced the sad news on social media Thursday, saying they got him as a 7-week-old pup and he's been a member of the family the past decade.

Though they're very sad, they say ... "We can all take great comfort in knowing that he is forever immortalized in the great TV Show Game of Thrones as Summer Bran Starks' Direwolf Pup in Season 1 episode 1."

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The HBO show even rallied behind Odin following his cancer diagnosis, helping raise funds for the family, so they could get the TV direwolf special treatment in Dublin on a weekly basis.

The family says Odin was treated to beach walks and his favorite foods during his final days, but succumbed to further illness this week and passed in his sleep.

He was 10.

RIP, good boy.

Andi on Disney's 'Motocrossed' 'Memba Her?!

Palm Springs-native Alana Austin was only 19 years old when she landed the role of the girly cheerleader turned dirt bike bad boy, Andi Carson -- who poses as her brother and takes to the track while her brother is injured -- in the classic sibling-swapping 2001 Disney TV movie, "Motocrossed."

Alana Austin was helped out along the wild ride by her on-screen mom and confidant, Geneva, played by Mary-Margaret Humes, her biker brother, Andrew, played by Trever O'Brien ... and of course, the fierce French rival on two wheels, Rene Cartier, played by Michael Cunio.

Guess what she looks like now at 37 years old!

Captain Trunk in 'Sledge Hammer!' 'Memba Him?!

Georgia-born actor Harrison Page may be best known for his role as the surly supervisor, Captain Trunk -- who kept Detective Dori Doreau (played by Anne-Marie Martin) and Inspector Sledge Hammer (played by David Rasche) in line -- on the '80s ABC cop comedy, "Sledge Hammer!"

Harrison Page has an impressively long line of credits including Quade on "Kojak," Chief Robinson on "CPO Sharkey," George Boone on "Supertrain," John Fox on "Hillstreet Blues," Hamilton Storm on "Gimme A Break!," Max Logan on "Benson" ... and of course Joshua on the 1990 street fighter film, "Lionheart," across Jean-Claude Van Damme.

Guess what he looks like now!

Gibby on 'iCarly' 'Memba Him?!

Orange County actor Noah Munck was only 11 years old when he landed the recurring role of the funny friend, Gibby -- and was later joined by his brother Ethan Munck as his on-screen brother, Guppy -- on the early 2000s kids comedy "iCarly."

Noah (and Ethan) Munck were joined on the silly show by other big names like Reed Alexander as the critical Nevel Papperman, ... and of course Miranda Cosgrove as the viral video star Carly Shay.

Noah Munch can more recently be spotted as the topless Naked Rob Smith on "The Goldbergs" and on his hilarious YouTube channel Sadworld.

Guess what he looks like now!

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