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Ronald Reagan

Mostly Credited As: Ronald Reagan
Sometimes Credited As: President Ronald Reagan
Sgt. Ronald Reagan
Lt. Ronald Reagan

Birth Name: Ronald Wilson Reagan
Date Of Birth: February 06, 1911 (Age 93)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Tampico, Illinois
Date Of Death: June 05, 2004
Cause Of Death: Pneumonia and Alzheimer's disease (Bel Air, CA)
Height: 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Ronald Reagan


Ronald Reagan died at the age of 93 and was born on February 06, 1911.
He is known for his role as Host in the show General Electric Theater
he was married to Nancy Reagan and has 2 children he was married to Jane Wyman and has 2 children.
He is 6' 1" (1.85 m) tall and was born in Tampico, Illinois (USA). Ronald Reagan died on June 05, 2004
He died in Bel Air, CA (Pneumonia and Alzheimer's disease).

TV Appearances

Main cast 
General Electric Theater (1953)As: Host (1954-1962)
Death Valley Days (1952)As: Host (1963-1965)
MLB All-Star Game (1948)As: Color Commentator (1989)
Episode Cast Credits 

The Battle of Amfar (2013) 
  SPECIAL! 01x01: (Dec/02/2013) As Himself (Archive Footage) 

Mayday (CA) (2003) 
  Split Decision 11x03: (Aug/26/2011) As Himself (archive footage) 

Firing Line (1966) 
  Two Friends Talk: Ronald Reagan and William F. Buckley, Part II 25x32: (Oct/12/1990) As Himself 
  Two Friends Talk: Ronald Reagan and William F. Buckley, Part I 25x31: (Oct/11/1990) As Himself 
  Presidential Hopeful: Ronald Reagan 15x02: (Jan/14/1980) As Himself 
  Resolved: That the Senate Should Ratify the Proposed Panama Canal Treaties 13x01: (Jan/13/1978) As Himself 

Super Bowl (1967) 
  Super Bowl XIX 19x01: (Jan/20/1985) As Coin Tosser, [Featuring]

The Dean Martin Show (1965) 
  Ronald Reagan (celebrity roast) 09x01: (Sep/13/1973) As Himself 

Dean Martin Celebrity Roast (1973) 
  Ronald Reagan 01x01: (Sep/13/1973) As Himself 

The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour (1971) 
  Show 20 03x01: (Sep/15/1972) As Himself 

The Carol Burnett Show (1967) (1967) 
  with Soupy Sales, Mel Torme, Ronald Reagan 03x16: (Jan/26/1970) As Himself 

Death Valley Days (1952) 
  A City is Born 14x13: (Oct/22/1965) As Charles Poston 
  No Place for a Lady 14x12: (Oct/21/1965) As William Bent 
  The Lawless Have Laws 14x01: (Oct/01/1965) As Lt. Colonel Martin Burke 
  Temporary Warden 14x11: (Sep/30/1965) As Warden Hume 

Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963) 
  A Cruel and Unusual Night 01x28: (Jun/04/1964) As Judge Howard Stimming 

Wagon Train (1957) 
  The Fort Pierce Story 07x02: (Sep/23/1963) As Capt. Paul Winters, [Special Guest Stars]

General Electric Theater (1953) 
  My Dark Days (2) 10x25: (Mar/25/1962) As Paul Miller 
  My Dark Days (1) 10x24: (Mar/18/1962) As Paul Miller 
  Shadow of a Hero 10x19: (Feb/04/1962) As Frank Foster 
  The Wall Between 10x15: (Jan/07/1962) As Sam Miller 

The Dick Powell Show (1961) 
  Who Killed Julie Greer? 01x01: (Sep/26/1961) As Kent 

Zane Grey Theatre (1956) 
  The Long Shadow 05x15: (Jan/19/1961) As Major Will Sinclair 

This Is Your Life (1952) (1952) 
  Charles Coburn 08x11: (Jun/29/1960) As Himself 

The DuPont Show With June Allyson (1959) 
  The Way Home 01x17: (Jan/18/1960) As Alan Royce 

The Ed Sullivan Show (1948) 
  CBS Fall Lineup 12x02: (Sep/21/1958) As Himself 
  8th Anniversary Show 09x40: (Jun/24/1956) As Himself 
  Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Ronald Reagan 09x02: (Oct/02/1955) As Himself 

The Academy Awards (1953) 
  The 30th Annual Academy Awards 06x01: (Mar/26/1958) As Presenter, [Featuring]

Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951) 
  The Edge of Battle 03x30: (Mar/26/1954) As guest star 
  The Jungle Trap 03x25: (Feb/19/1954) As Steve Davis 
  The Doctor Goes Home 02x48: (Jul/31/1953) As guest star 

The Lux Video Theatre (1950) 
  Message in a Bottle 04x01: (Sep/03/1953) As Merle Fisher 

The Milton Berle Show (1948) 
  Season 5, Episode 14 05x14: (Jan/13/1953) As Himself 
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Trivia

Governor of California from 1967 to 1975

40th president of the United States (1981-1989)

President of the Screen Actors Guild from 1947 to 1952 and 1959-1960

Secret Service codename was "Rawhide"

He was turned down for combat duty in WW2 due to his poor eyesight.

He was dubbed "The Great Communicator".

The oldest President to enter office.

Was offered a role in the film "Back to the Future Part II".

Graduate of Eureka College (1932).

Was a sports announcer in Des Moines, IA before becoming an actor in 1937.

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