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Famous Person: Ronald Reagan

Famous For: Actor, Governor, President

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President of the United States

Movie - Television Titles:

- Death Valley Days (TV series) ... Bear River Smith / Charles Poston / David Farragut 
* A City Is Born (1965)  Charles Poston
* No Place for a Lady (1965)  William Burt
* The Lawless Have Laws (1965)  Lt. Col. Martin Burke
* Temporary Warden (1965)  Warden Hume
* No Gun Behind His Badge (1965)  Bear River Smith 
- (1964 ) Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV series) ... Judge Howard R. Stimming
- (1964) A Cruel and Unusual Night  Judge Howard R. Stimming
- (1964 ) The Killers (TV movie) ... Jack Browning
- (1963) Wagon Train (TV series) ... Capt. Paul Winters
- (1963) The Fort Pierce Story  Capt. Paul Winters
- (1963 Heritage of Splendor (short) ... Narrator
- (1954-1962) G.E. True Theater (TV series) ... Paul Miller / Allan Richards / Captain Jeremy Davis
* My Dark Days: Part 2 (1962)  Paul Miller
* My Dark Days: Part 1 (1962)  Paul Miller
* Shadow of a Hero (1962)  Frank Foster
* The Wall Between (1962)  Sam Miller
 (1961) Money and the Minister ... Rev. Theodore Carlisle
- The Dick Powell Theatre (TV series) (1961) ... Rex Kent
 Who Killed Julie Greer? (1961) ... Rex Kent
- (1961) The Young Doctors ... Narrator (voice)
- (1961) Zane Grey Theater (TV series) ... Maj. Will Sinclair
 The Long Shadow
- (1960) Startime (TV series) ... Host
* The Swingin' Singin' Years (1960)
* The Swingin' Years (1960)  Host
- (1960) The DuPont Show with June Allyson (TV series) ... Alan Royce
* The Way Home (1960) ... Alan Royce

- (1957) Hellcats of the Navy ... Cmdr. Casey Abbott (Captain, USS Starfish)
- (1956) General Electric Summer Originals (TV series) 
 Jungle Trap
- (1955) Tennessee's Partner ... Cowpoke
- (1954) Cattle Queen of Montana ... Farrell
- (1953-1954) The Ford Television Theatre (TV series)
Lieutenant Commander Masterson / Steve Wentworth
* Beneath These Waters (1954)  Lieutenant Commander Masterson
* And Suddenly, You Knew (1953)  Steve Wentworth
* The First Born (1953)
- (1954) Prisoner of War ... Webb Sloane
- (1953-1954) Schlitz Playhouse (TV series)
* The Edge of Battle (1954)
* The Jungle Trap (1954)
* The Doctor Comes Home (1953)
- (1953-1954) Lux Video Theatre (TV series)  
Guest Host / Merle Fisher
* A Place in the Sun (1954) ... Guest Host
* Message in a Bottle (1953) ... Merle Fisher
- (1953) The Revlon Mirror Theater (TV series)
* Next Stop Bethlehem (1953)
- (1953) Medallion Theatre (TV series)
* A Job for Jimmy Valentine (1953)
- (1953) Law and Order ... Frame Johnson
- (1953) Tropic Zone ... Dan McCloud
- (1952) Hollywood Opening Night (TV series)
* The Priceless Gift (1952)
- (1952) She's Working Her Way Through College ... Professor John Palmer
- (1952) The Winning Team ... Grover Cleveland Alexander
- (1952) Hong Kong ... Jeff Williams
- (1951) Bedtime for Bonzo ... Prof. Peter Boyd
- (1951) The Last Outpost ... Capt. Vance Britten
- (1951) Storm Warning ... Burt Rainey
- (1951) The Big Truth (short) ... Host/Narrator
- (1950) Nash Airflyte Theatre (TV series) ... Tommy Blunt
* The Case of the Missing Lady (1950) ... Tommy Blunt
- (1950) Louisa ... Harold 'Hal' Norton

- (1949) The Hasty Heart ... Yank
- (1949) The Girl from Jones Beach ... Bob Randolph - Robert Benerik
- (1949) Night Unto Night ... John Galen
- (1949) John Loves Mary ... John Lawrence
 - (1947) The Voice of the Turtle ... Sergeant Bill Page
 - (1947) That Hagen Girl ... Tom Bates
- (1947) Stallion Road ... Larry Hanrahan
- (1943) This Is the Army ... Johnny Jones (as Lt. Ronald Reagan)
- (1943) The Rear Gunner (short) ... Lt. Ames
- (1943) Cadet Classification (short) ... Narrator
- (1943) For God and Country (short) ... Father Michael O'Keefe
- (1942) Beyond the Line of Duty (short) ... Narrator (voice)
- (1942) Desperate Journey  Flying Officer Johnny Hammond
- (1942) Juke Girl ... Steve Talbot
- (1942) Mister Gardenia Jones (documentary short) .. John Jones Jr. (aka Gardenia 'Deany' Jones)
- (1942) Kings Row ... Drake McHugh
- (1941) Nine Lives Are Not Enough ... Matt Sawyer
- (1941) International Squadron ... Jimmy Grant
- (1941) Million Dollar Baby ... Peter 'Pete' Rowan
- (1941) The Bad Man ... Gilbert 'Gil' Jones
- (1940) Santa Fe Trail ... George Custer
- (1940) Tugboat Annie Sails Again ... Eddie Kent
- (1940) Knute Rockne All American ... George Gipp
- (1940) Murder in the Air ... Brass Bancroft, aka Steve Swenko and Steve Coe
- (1940) An Angel from Texas ... Marty Allen
- (1940) Brother Rat and a Baby ... Dan Crawford

- (1939) Smashing the Money Ring ... Lt. 'Brass' Bancroft
- (1939) The Angels Wash Their Faces ... Deputy Dist. Atty. Patrick 'Pat' Remson
- (1939) Hell's Kitchen ... Jim Donohue
- (1939) Naughty But Nice ... Ed 'Eddie' Clark
- (1939) Code of the Secret Service ... Lt. 'Brass' Bancroft
- (1939) Dark Victory ... Alec
- (1939) Secret Service of the Air ... Lt. 'Brass' Bancroft
- (1938) Going Places ... Jack Withering
- (1938) Brother Rat ... Dan Crawford
- (1938) Girls on Probation ... Neil Dillon
- (1938) Boy Meets Girl ... Radio announcer at premiere
- (1938) The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse ... Radio Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
- (1938) Cowboy from Brooklyn ... Pat Dunn
- (1938) Accidents Will Happen ... Eric Gregg
- (1938) Swing Your Lady ... Jack Miller
- (1938) Sergeant Murphy ... Pvt. Dennis Reilley
- (1937) Hollywood Hotel ... Radio Host at Premiere (uncredited)
- (1937) Love Is on the Air ... Andy McCaine 
Authors Description: At the end of his two terms in office, Ronald Reagan viewed with satisfaction the achievements of his innovative program known as the Reagan Revolution, which aimed to reinvigorate the American people and reduce their reliance upon Government. He felt he had fulfilled his campaign pledge of 1980 to restore "the great, confident roar of American progress and growth and optimism." On February 6, 1911, Ronald Wilson Reagan was born to Nelle and John Reagan in Tampico, Illinois. He attended high school in nearby Dixon and then worked his way through Eureka College. There, he studied economics and sociology, played on the football team, and acted in school plays. Upon graduation, he became a radio sports announcer. A screen test in 1937 won him a contract in Hollywood. During the next two decades he appeared in 53 films. From his first marriage to actress Jane Wyman, he had two children, Maureen and Michael. Maureen passed away in 2001. In 1952 he married Nancy Davis, who was also an actress, and they had two children, Patricia Ann and Ronald Prescott. As president of the Screen Actors Guild, Reagan became embroiled in disputes over the issue of Communism in the film industry; his political views shifted from liberal to conservative. He toured the country as a television host, becoming a spokesman for conservatism. In 1966 he was elected Governor of California by a margin of a million votes; he was re-elected in 1970. Ronald Reagan won the Republican Presidential nomination in 1980 and chose as his running mate former Texas Congressman and United Nations Ambassador George Bush. Voters troubled by inflation and by the year-long confinement of Americans in Iran swept the Republican ticket into office. Reagan won 489 electoral votes to 49 for President Jimmy Carter. On January 20, 1981, Reagan took office. Only 69 days later he was shot by a would-be assassin, but quickly recovered and returned to duty. His grace and wit during the dangerous incident caused his popularity to soar. Dealing skillfully with Congress, Reagan obtained legislation to stimulate economic growth, curb inflation, increase employment, and strengthen national defense. He embarked upon a course of cutting taxes and Government expenditures, refusing to deviate from it when the strengthening of defense forces led to a large deficit. A renewal of national self-confidence by 1984 helped Reagan and Bush win a second term with an unprecedented number of electoral votes. Their victory turned away Democratic challengers Walter F. Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro. In 1986 Reagan obtained an overhaul of the income tax code, which eliminated many deductions and exempted millions of people with low incomes. At the end of his administration, the Nation was enjoying its longest recorded period of peacetime prosperity without recession or depression. In foreign policy, Reagan sought to achieve "peace through strength." During his two terms he increased defense spending 35 percent, but sought to improve relations with the Soviet Union. In dramatic meetings with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, he negotiated a treaty that would eliminate intermediate-range nuclear missiles. Reagan declared war against international terrorism, sending American bombers against Libya after evidence came out that Libya was involved in an attack on American soldiers in a West Berlin nightclub. By ordering naval escorts in the Persian Gulf, he maintained the free flow of oil during the Iran-Iraq war. In keeping with the Reagan Doctrine, he gave support to anti-Communist insurgencies in Central America, Asia, and Africa. Overall, the Reagan years saw a restoration of prosperity, and the goal of peace through strength seemed to be within grasp.

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