Ron Canada

Ron Canada

actor, additional crew, producer

Ron Canada was born on May 03, 1949 in USA. Ron Canada's big-screen debut came with The Man Who Wasn't There directed by Bruce Malmuth in 1983, strarring Barker. Ron Canada is known for The Best Man: The Final Chapters directed by Malcolm D. Lee, Morris Chestnut stars as Lance Sullivan and Melissa De Sousa as Shelby Taylor. Ron Canada has got 1 awards and 2 nominations so far. The most recent award Ron Canada achieved is Lone Star Film & Television Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Ron Canada plays is The Best Man: The Final Chapters - Season 1 which will be released on Dec 22, 2022.

Ron Canada's acting career spans over 40 years of work in Theater, Film and Television. From Nuit de folie (1987), Maman, j'ai encore raté l'avion... et je suis perdu dans New York (1992), Benjamin Gates et le Trésor des Templiers (2004), Le président et Miss Wade (1995), De l'ombre à la lumière (2005), Serial noceurs (2005), and Ted 2 (2015), Ron has memorably performed in many of the country's most popular films. He received the Dallas Film Critics Award for Lone Star (1996) (direcby John Sayles) and has performed memorably in films such as La couleur du mensonge (2003), The United States of Leland (2003), Traqué (2003), Le maître des lieux (1995), Chassé croisé (1995), and The Last of the Finest (1990). Recent films include The Discovery (2017) (with Robert Redford), Crown Heights (2017), and The Empty Man (2020).Television audiences have appreciated the wide range and variety of work he has done over the years in everything from Star Trek series including Star Trek: La nouvelle génération (1987), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), and Star Trek: Voyager (1995), to the more recent The Affair (2014) and Madam Secretary (2014). A partial list of television performances includes: The Orville (2017), À la Maison Blanche (1999), The Good Fight (2017), New York Police Blues (1993), Blue Bloods (2010), and The Strain (2014), just to name an additional few.Ron's career began in the Theater and he returns to the stage whenever he can, as an actor, a director, and a producer. He has performed all over the country in classical and contemporary theater.Prior to finding his passion as an actor, Ron was a professional Broadcast journalist working in Washington, D.C. for ABC Hearst Broadcasting, Maryland Public Broadcasting and Voice of America. He received both the 1977 Emmy Award and the 1978 Associated Press Broadcasters Award in that field. He began his acting career at Washington, D.C.'s famous Arena Stage after training in D.C. at The Folger Theatre.

  • Birthday

    May 03, 1949
  • Place of Birth

    New York City, New York, USA
  • Also known


Known For


1 wins & 2 nominations

Lone Star Film & Television Awards
Best Supporting Actor
Winner - Lone Star Film & Television Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows