I was born in Pasadena, California to a couple of hippies. I became a roadie at the tender age of 14, pushed out on the road by my Father on a summer tour with the Beach Boys. I caught the acting bug my Junior year of High School and never looked back. In between college theatre/curriculum and tours with The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, The Clash and others, I managed to secure my SAG card on my first film titled "Slaughterhouse Rock."
Fast forward to living the actor's life in a crappy little apartment in Hollywood (and loving every minute of it!), I was cast in Jay Roach's first feature film, "Zoo Radio" with the then unknown Paul Fieg.
I've been in dozens of plays in L.A. and have performed internationally, booked several National commercials and co-star roles on various hit TV shows. I'm a proud member of Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice, Ca. where I have the great opportunity to flex my acting muscles with working actors and explore my craft. I surf, stand-up paddle board, I'm a certified scuba Divemaster, an avid equestrian and lover of all things cinema and art. I'm currently studying film/TV technique with the awesomely talented Brad Greenquist.
Name: Ron E. Dickinson
Lives in: Los Angeles, California