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RON CANADA

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RON CANADA
 


Ron Canada

Ron Canada


Born: 31 / 5 / 1949 , Baltimore , Usa –

BIOGRAPHY:

Following completion of the Michele Clark broadcast journalism program at Columbia University, under the guidance of legendary news producer Fred Friendly, Canada commenced his career as a television news reporter in 1971 at WBAL-TV. In 1974, he began his three year tenure at WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C. For his work in the nation’s capital Canada was nominated twice for local Emmys, receiving the award in 1977. The following year he received an A.P. Award for Outstanding Reporting.

He began his acting career in 1978. While making the career transition he worked part-time as a broadcaster for The Voice of America (U.S. Information Agency). He studied acting at The Folger Theatre Group under the tutelage of Franchelle Stewart Dorn. He moved from D.C. to New York in 1985. Shortly thereafter he became the second actor to play the role of ‘Troy Maxson’ in August Wilson’s Fences at The GeVa Theatre in Rochester, New York (January 1986).

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INTERVIEW:

MORE MOVIE WITH: Ron Canada



In Too Deep
(1999)
Play: Dr. Bratton



Park Day
(1998)
Play: Mr. Johnson



Downtown
(1990)
Play: Lowell Harris



D.C. Cab
(1983)
Play: Flic




SERIES TV WITH: Ron Canada


Lets Stay Together
Let’s Stay Together
(2011)
Play: Garrison


City of Angels
City of Angels
(2000)
Play: Dr. Ethan Carter


Malcolm & Eddie
Malcolm & Eddie
(1996)
Play: Capt. Stanley


Sister Sister
Sister Sister
(1994)
Play: Dr. Thorington


Living Single
Living Single
(1993)
Play: Lanny Freedan


Hangin' with Mr Cooper
Hangin’ with Mr Cooper
(1992)
Play: Chet Corley


La Vie de Famille
La Vie de Famille “Family Matters”
(1989)
Play: Dave McClure


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