Ron Eliot Biography
Height: 5' 6" (1.68 m)
Wiki Biography: Born in New York, raised in Alaska, and now building an acting career in Los Angeles, Ron D. Eliot is anything but predictable. With acting work is as diverse as his background, Ron has portrayed a variety of roles. From the rough cowboy in "Last Kind Words" to the socially awkward assistant in the indie film "White on Rice," to gay personal trainer in the indie "Boy Trouble," to rifle shooting hunter in the national commercial campaign for "Sportsmans Warehouse," Ron is able to dive into a wide range of characters. The best way to describe Ron is he simply does nothing half way and when he puts his mind to something success is the only outcome he'll be satisfied with. When he got started in his career he lived in a shed in his friend's backyard making what he could until his career took off. But, that background was the foundation for Ron to find a passion for creating characters and telling stories which would motivate him to continue building a solid resume in film and television. Ron often calls upon his varied personal experience to help him create his characters. Ron grew up playing many winter sports in Alaska and went on to compete in ski racing as a Junior Olympian. It was college that took him to the University of Utah before relocating to Los Angeles with his wife and two kids.
Ron EliotPhotos & Pictures
|Movies Title||Appeared As||Year||Genre|
|Challenge of Faith||Vince||2006||Drama|
|White on Rice||2008|
|Man from Reno||Desk clerk||2014||Crime, Mystery, Thriller|