Ronny Cox

Ronny Cox


A native of Cloudcroft, New Mexico, Ronny Cox came to Los Angeles

after six years of performing at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.

and New York City where he actively worked on and off Broadway and

with Joseph Papp's ""Shakespeare in the Park.""

His first major film role came when he was cast as ""Drew"" in

""Deliverance"" for which he is widely remembered for the ""Dueling Banjo""

sequence. His other feature credits include performances in ""Bound for

Glory,"" ""Some Kind of Hero,"" ""Taps,"" and ""The Onion Field."" One of

Cox's television credits is the Award-winning ""Our Town.""

Cox has just completed two features, ""visionQuest,"" a Harold

Becker film and ""Courage"" a production he co-wrote with wife Mary and

also co-produced.