|Date of Birth||19 September 1950, Lawton, Oklahoma, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
With only one television credit on his resume, Rudy was cast in the hit TV western, The High Chaparral (1967), as "Wind", the half-breed Indian boy. Thirty-five years later, his career is still going strong.
Recurring roles on TV include Resurrection Blvd. (2000) and Hunter (1984). Rudy has had starring roles in made-for-TV movies such as The Blue Knight (1973), Helter Skelter (1976), Everybody's Baby: The Rescue of Jessica McClure (1989) and Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Movie (1999), to name a few. Guest appearances on episodic TV range from George Lopez (2002), NYPD Blue (1993) and JAG (1995) to Murder, She Wrote (1984), MacGyver (1985), Hill Street Blues (1981) and Hawaii Five-O (1968), with many in-between.
Rudy has also performed in many feature films. He has had featured roles in Beverly Hills Cop II (1987), with Eddie Murphy, and The Enforcer (1976), with Clint Eastwood, co-starring roles in Colors (1988), directed by Dennis Hopper and staring Sean Penn, and The Driver (1978), with Ryan O'Neal, and starring roles in Quicksilver (1986), with Kevin Bacon, Defiance (1980), with Jan-Michael Vincent, and Art Carney, Torchlight (1985), with Steve Railsback and Ian McShane and Road Dogz (2000), with Jacob Vargas and directed by the up-and-coming young director, Alfredo Ramos.
As a member of the Los Angeles Actors Theatre, Rudy performed the role of "Cupcakes", in the award-winning hit show, Shorteyes, by Miguel Pinero. Other stage performances have taken place in such notable theaters as The Mark Taper Forum, John Anson Ford, The Met, Matrix, The Los Angeles Theatre Center, Nosotros, South Coast Rep, New Mexico Rep and The Ojai Playwrights Conference.
The album, "Hard Knocks and Bad Times", showcases Rudy's musical talents.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ginny Shook, Out West Entertainment
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