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Born in Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth NameRonald Prescott Reagan
Nickname Skipper

Mini Bio (1)

Ron Reagan was born on May 20, 1958 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Ronald Prescott Reagan. He is an actor, known for Soul Man (1986), General Hospital (1963) and The Wonderful World of Disney (1995). He was previously married to Doria Felice Palmieri.

Spouse (1)

Doria Felice Palmieri (24 November 1980 - 24 March 2014) (her death)

Trivia (18)

Younger brother of Patti Davis.
Younger half-brother of Michael Reagan and Maureen Reagan.
Was briefly romantically involved with Kristin Harmon Nelson in the late 1970s.
In February 2010, he was named to the Freedom From Religion Foundation's Honorary Board of distinguished achievers.
Was expelled from Prep school because the School thought he was a bad influence on students.
Dropped out of Yale to become a dancer and joined the Joffrey Ballet company.
Supported Senator John Kerry in the 2004 Presidential Election and Senator Barack Obama in 2008.
Despite being the son of two conservative icons, he and his sister, Patti Davis, are both staunch liberals and supporters of The Democratic Party.
His parents did not see him dance until 1981, after which his father said his dancing was similar to Fred Astaire.
Anchor of Scarborough Country with Joe Scarborough on MSNBC.
Hosts a dog show on the "Animal Planet" cable channel. [June 2004]
Talk show host in Seattle at KIRO Radio (710 on the AM dial). [August 2007]
Lives in Seattle, Washington.
He is a supporter of the Freedom From Religion foundation.
He supported Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Presidential election.
He has stated he has not run for political office as he doesn't believe he would be elected due to being an atheist.
He didn't begin his political activism or speak openly about his views until after his father left office as he didn't want to give the impression that They were on bad terms.

Personal Quotes (3)

(From a 60 Minutes (1968) interview, expressing his believe that his mother encouraged his father to become a U.S. President) "I think if left to his own devices, he might have ended up hosting Unsolved Mysteries (1987) on TV or something".
The Bush people have no right to speak for my father, particularly because of the position he's in now. Yes, some of the current policies are an extension of the '80s. But the overall thrust of this administration is not my father's -- these people are overly reaching, overly aggressive, overly secretive, and just plain corrupt. I don't trust these people. [2003]
[on his father] I could share an hour of warm camaraderie with Dad, then once I'd walked out the door, get the uncanny feeling I'd disappeared into the wings of his mind's stage, like a character no longer necessary to the ongoing story line.

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