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Wonder Years

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with an appreciation for what
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millions of Americans. For
him, the '60s was a textbook
case of lessons that must be
learned not from real life, but
from schoolbooks.
"Before the series, I didn't
know anything about the
'60s," he says. "except that it
was a time of hippies, good
music and the Vietnam War!"
He has learned quite a bit
since signing on with the
series, which earned an Em-
my Award as "best comedy"
last season, its first.
"I think the '60s was a hec-
tic time," he says.
Times are hectic for Josh
now, whose idea of "coasting"
is flying between his New
Jersey and Hollywood homes.
Zb relax, he enjoys the com-
pany of his "seven or eight"
friends. "We go to the mall,
see movies, hang out," he
says.
He also finds comfort in
having a close family. Josh's
two older half-brothers and
half-sister are happy to lend
a helping hand. "They're
teaching me the ropes," Josh
joshes.

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his religion. "Judaism," he
says, "is an important part of
my life!'
"The Wonder Years" plays
an important role, too. While
Josh has been an actor since
winning a part in a commer-
cial seven years ago, the
series is a major break-
through for the seventh-grade
student, who previously
played in The Nerd on
Broadway.
"I like Paul," Josh says of
the nerdish neighborhood kid
of "Wonder Years!' Gawky
and gangly, Paul gawks at
girls with a longing of love
and lust unfulfilled. Home, he
knows, is where the hormone
is.
But more important, Paul is
a good friend to Kevin, one
who would give his shirt off
his back — and his glasses off
his nose. "He's a very reliable
friend," says Josh of his
character's character. "He's
sensitive!'
Josh is sensitive to claims
that Paul is more miskeit
than macho. While Josh Sa-
viano the actor is a good-
looking young man, Paul
looks beaten up — maybe
owning to the fact that bullies
finger him for fistfights.
"Is there anything I would
change about Paul?" the actor
ponders. "Well, I'd like for
him to be a little bit cooler.
He's too self-conscious!'
Josh is conscious of the fact
that "Wonder Years" portrays
an era of indelible images for

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