Photos with Ron Bath
BiographyKansas City, Missouri, USA
He felt his jokes were right up there with those of the most famous late night talk show ever produced. He was always told that with his looks, funny stories and antics he belonged in movies, television and commercials by all of his friends, teachers and family. Please meet Ron Bath, retired after a lifetime of government service and serving the Department of Defense and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Ron decided to follow the recommendations of all who know and love him and reinvented himself to become an actor. Read more... acting teachers he could find in his adopted state of Texas; Names like Michele Condrey, Nancy Chartier, Cathryn Hart and Actress Scarlett McAlister of Los Angeles. He also studied under world famous LA acting coach Margie Haber who helped mold the acting skills and careers of such stars of motion pictures and television as Brad Pitt and Heather Locklear. Ron has appeared on television in Prison Break, the movie Midnight Clear with Stephen Baldwin, Walking Tall II with Kevin Sorbo and Missionary Man with Dolf Lundgren. Ron is one of those fortunate few you hear about that married his high school sweetheart. Ellen, along with their two children think "Dad" is perfect for the screen. He has kept them full of drama, suspense as well as hysterics for a lifetime. With a real life background of all his government agency work under the highest of US and NATO security clearances, he has the ability to create realistic characters with authentic skills and mannerisms. "Despite all his years of cloak and dagger work, Dad can also be "stand-up comic funny", they exclaimed! Ron is a member of the Dallas Screen Writers Association, The Dallas Producers Association and the Dallas Indie Club. He has a professional working voiceover studio in his office and is ready and able to do voiceovers on short notice. How about Ron's belief that his jokes were up to par with the most famous late night talk show ever produced? Ron actually wrote jokes for Johnny Carson and was thrilled to see the "legend of the Tonight Show" himself deliver the punch lines during some of his famous opening monologues! How cool is that?