Happy Days actor will star in The Avocado from Mexico Super Bowl 50 Ad.
The Avocado from Mexico Super Bowl 50 commercial will star actor Scott Baio, best known for his role of Chachi Arcola on Happy Days. The Avocado marketing company has not revealed any details about the plot of the firm's second Super Bowl ad.
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Alvaro Luque, the president of Avocados From Mexico, said in an interview with the New York Times about the new avocado commercial: "We’re not taking ourselves seriously. It’s joke after joke after joke after joke. There’s not a wasted second."
55-year-old Scott Baio most recent TV Show was "See Dad Run" on Nickelodeon. The sitcom Happy Days ran from 1977 to 1984.
Update: 02/01: Watch the official Avocado from Mexico Super Bowl 50 Ad online.
Update 01/27: Watch the first Avocado From Mexico Super Bowl 50 Ad teaser starring Scott Balo.
Last year's Avocado from Mexico Super Bowl commercial had lots of humor, telling the story of the first Draft ever. Jerry Rice and Doug Flutie are commenting on the First Draft ever where countries pick animals and plants. The best scene is when it is Mexico's turn and the ice bear chants, Beach, Beach, Beach. Mexico ends up choosing, you guessed it, the Avocado. Watch the commercial below.
Avocado from Mexico recently partnered with Sesame Street. Will Elmo star along Scott Baio in the Avocado from Mexico Super Bowl 50 Ad? We don't know.
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