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    Cox, the third of five chil­dren, was born in Cloud­croft, New Mex­ico, the son of Lounette (née Rucker) and Bob P. Cox, a car­pen­ter who also worked at a dairy. He grew up in Por­tales, New Mex­ico. Cox met his wife Mary when she was in the fifth grade and he was in the sev­enth grade, and they mar­ried in 1960. Cox grad­u­ated from East­ern New Mex­ico Uni­ver­sityin 1963 with a dou­ble major in the­ater and speech cor­rec­tion. Mary died in 2006, 50 years to the day of their first date. Cox often talks about her dur­ing his music performances.

    As an actor, Cox made his debut in the ac­claimed 1972 film De­liv­er­ance. In one scene, he plays the in­stru­men­tal "Du­el­ing Ban­jos" on his gui­tar with a banjo-play­ing moun­tain boy, played by child actor Billy Red­den. He was hired for the role be­cause he could play the guitar.Cox pub­lished a book in 2012 in which he re­counted his ex­pe­ri­ences mak­ing the film. In 1974–1975, Cox starred in the short-lived fam­ily-ori­ented se­ries en­ti­tled Apple's Way, cre­ated by Earl Ham­ner, cre­ator of The Wal­tons. He also ap­peared as Mr. Webb in a tele­vi­sion pro­duc­tion of Our Town. In 1977, he ap­peared in the episode "Devil Pack" from the se­ries Quinn Mar­tin's Tales of the Un­ex­pected. In 1984, 12 years after De­liv­er­ance, Cox again played a mem­ber of a small group of men who are lost, this time in the Nevada desert, and being chased by blood­thirsty lo­cals in the low-bud­get film Courage. One of Cox's roles was that of Dr. John Gideon dur­ing the final sea­son of...

    De­spite hav­ing a suc­cess­ful act­ing ca­reer, Cox said that music now comes first in his life. He turns down about 90% of the act­ing jobs he is of­fered to play over 100 shows at fes­ti­vals and the­aters each year. He is ac­com­pa­nied by his band of world-class, vir­tu­oso musicians.Cox also leads a mu­si­cal tour to Ire­land each year.

    Cox, Ronny. Dueling Banjos: The Deliverance of Drew. Decent Hill, 2012. ISBN 978-1-936085-58-3(paperback); 9781936085590 (hardcover); 9781936085606 (eBook)

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  3. Ron Cox. Ronald Eugene Cox (born February 2, 1968, in Fresno, California) is a former American football linebacker who played eight seasons in the National Football League with the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers. He started as middle linebacker for the champion Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXI as they beat the New England Patriots.

  4. Ronny Cox is a superbly talented actor, singer-songwriter, and musician who has been consistently active in Hollywood for more than 40 years portraying a diverse range of characters.

    • Daniel Ronald Cox
    • 6' 2" (1.88 m)
    • July 23, 1938 in Cloudcroft, New Mexico, USA
  5. Ronny Cox. American actor and musician. Upload media. Wikipedia. Date of birth. 23 July 1938. Cloudcroft. Work period (start) 1972.

  6. Ronny Cox (born 23 July 1938; age 83) is the actor, singer, and songwriter who played Captain Edward Jellico in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episodes "Chain of Command, Part I" and "Chain of Command, Part II". He was a regular on the final season of the long-running hospital...

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