Florida State University, English/Drama, Tallahassee, Florida, 1969
North Fulton High School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Choral/Vocal Training, Dr. Robert S. Lowrance, 1969
Ron Clinton Smith was a member of the North Fulton Special Choir from 1965-1969 and toured the Southern United States performing concerts each of those years with the group.
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A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Ronald Clinton Smith was
born on March 19, 1951, to Harry Raymond Smith, a former football player at Georgia Tech and P-51 fighter pilot in WW II and Korea, who died when Ron was fifteen, and Theresa Vina Gooch, a model and homemaker. Encouraged to sing at an early age, he studied voice in church and high school choirs, took up guitar and played in bands as a teenager. Following his fathers love of football, he played from age eight to twenty, including two years at Florida State, where his love for the game gave way to his love of writing and traveling. A few years later he discovered off the wall standup comedy with friend and inadvertent acting teacher, Col. Bruce Hampton, which led to theater work, and then to television and film acting. In the meantime he continued to write songs, poems, stories and screenplays,
and in 2012 published the novel Creature Storms, based
on his own script, spending 10 years on the novel. He balances writing with film acting. In 1987 he married artist and accountant, Kathryn Sue Marchant. They have two sons, Jeremiah Christian Smith and Sean Dillon Smith, both successful marketing entrepreneurs.
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