Ron Eldard

Ron Eldard

Age
49
Birthday
Feb. 20th, 1965
Born in
Long Island, New York, USA
Height
5' 10"

Ron Eldard's Main TV Roles

Show Character(s)
Blind Justice TV Show
Blind Justice
Demons TV Show
Demons
Men Behaving Badly TV Show
Men Behaving Badly
Arresting Behavior TV Show
Arresting Behavior
Tribeca TV Show
Tribeca
 

Main Movie Roles

2006 - Diggers
2006 - Freedomland
2003 - House of Sand and Fog
2002 - Ghost Ship
2001 - Black Hawk Down
1999 - Mystery, Alaska
1998 - Deep Impact
1996 - Sleepers
1995 - The Last Supper
1992 - Scent of a Woman
1991 - Drop Dead Fred

Guest TV Roles

Show Name
Characters Played
Ep Count
Ray 'Shep' Shepard
17
Colton 'Colt' Rhodes
12
Carl Harris
1
[Complete List]



BIOGRAPHY:

Former golden gloves boxer Ron Eldard has found success on stage, television and in feature films. Fans of the NBC medical drama "ER" (1994) will remember Eldard for playing a paramedic and love interest for nurse Julianna Margulies on the show's second season. The New York native graduated from the city's prestigious High School of the Performing Arts after studying drama and made his feature film debut in Nancy Savoca's True Love (1989/I). Eldard's subsequent major film roles include that of an inner city youth coping with the consequences of a practical joke gone horribly awry in Barry Levinson (I)'s Sleepers (1996). On stage, Eldard made a name for himself appearing in the off-Broadway productions of "AveNu Boys" and "Servy 'n' Bernice 4Ever" and, in his one man show, "Standing Eight Count". His Broadway credits include Neil Simon (I)'s "Biloxi Blues" and "On the Waterfront". On television, Eldard starred in the short-lived NBC sitcom "Men Behaving Badly" (1996) and in "Bakersfield P.D." (1993). Eldard has also appeared in several made-for-television movies, including Showtime's Bastard Out of Carolina (1996) and HBO's When Trumpets Fade (1998) (TV).


TRIVIA:
  • Friends with actor 'David Duchovny' (qv).
  • In November of 1999, elected one of 25 performers of "Stars of the New Millenium" by members of the Talkin' Broadway All That Chat forum.
  • Has four older sisters; Laurie, Linda, Lana and Lisa.
  • The second youngest of seven children.
  • In 1988, he represented Gleason's Gym as a light heavyweight in the Golden Gloves Competition at Madison Square Garden, advancing to the finals and losing to 'Floyd Patterson' (qv)'s adopted son.
  • Former Golden Glove boxer.
  • Was able to bench press 312 in High School.
  • Has brothers; older is Raymond and younger is Roger.


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