(May 23 to June 25, 1967) He acted in Saul Levitt's play, "The Andersonville Trial," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with Ted D'Arms, George Ebeling, David Congdon, John Anderson, Robert Foxworth, Richard Bauer, Robert Prosky, Richard McKenzie, William Larson, Richard Venture, George Wright, Brendan Hanlon, Eugene...
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Daniel Ronald Cox | Ronny & Mary
6' 2" (1.88 m)
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The fun for me is still acting, though I like doing everything. I'm not really interested in being a superstar. I have a really wonderful, secure private life. The thing about becoming a 'star' is that you get offered the really good roles and that's what I want. I found out a long time ago that the hardest thing about playing Hamlet is being asked to do it. Luckily for me, now, I'm being asked. ...
Remembered best as the moral-minded and ill-fated Drew Ballinger, who instigates the legendary "Dueling Banjos" sequence with a mountain boy in Deliverance
(1972), Cox is a real-life singer-songwriter and guitarist as well as master storyteller. He and his band do about 80 shows a year at folk festivals, small theaters, and other folk venues.
Frequently plays antagonistic military or government officials who have many disagreements with the protagonist