(George, I'll Be Back Before Midnight
) Colony debut.
Broadway: Laughter on the 23rd Floor
(later starred in the Chicago Premiere, National Tour, and ACT, Seattle, where he also directed); Amos Hart
in Chicago (1st National Tour; Jeff Award / Ovation Nomination,1998); Dance of the Vampires; Never Gonna Dance.
Off-Broadway: Harry Chapin: Lies & Legends
(Also, Chicago / Equity Card, 1983; and Pasadena Playhouse / 1988 LADCC Award, Best Ensemble); Mrs. Dally Has a Lover
(w/ Judith Ivey / Westbeth Theater Center); Hotel Suite (Roundabout);
Mark St. Germain’s The God Committee (The Lambs). Regional / LA: Bottom
in A Midsummer Night’s Dream
(2012 Jeff Nomination / Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Harry in The Prisoner Of Second Avenue
(w/Jason Alexander / El Portal); Mack Sennett in Limelight (La Jolla Playhouse); Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof
(Sacramento Music Circus / Directed by Glenn Casale); Pseudolus/Senex, in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
(Denver Center; Reprise / Directed by David Lee); The Gershwins’ An American in Paris
(The Alley); Mr. Foreman / Marlowe in Enter Laughing
(Berkshire Theater Festival / Directed by Scott Schwartz); Multiple roles in Turn of the Century
(Starring Jeff Daniels / Directed by Tommy Tune); and David O. Selznick in Ron Hutchinson’s, Moonlight and Magnolias
(Directed by Steven Robman / World Premiere), both at The Goodman.
Most Memorable Film Performance: The DMV Tester in Clueless.
TV: Numerous guest star roles. Voice Over: Lego; C.I.T.; Toadhog in Jungle Junction
(Disney Jr. Channel). Direction: Jim McGrath’s The Ellis Jump
(Met Theatre/ 1996 Ovation Award); The God Committee
(Actor’s Co-op); Room Service (Open Fist). Ron is also an acting coach,
who resides in North Hollywood with his beloved wife, Kathleen Eads.