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Since his critically acclaimed debut in John Boorman's brilliant "Deliverance” in 1972, RONNY COX (Tom Stevens) has become one of the most respected and sought after character actors in Hollywood. His career has been marked by diversity, integrity and simplicity. Refusing to be pigeon-holed, he has played such diverse roles as Jerry Rubin in the BBC production of "The Chicago 7 Trial” (Britain's Television Show of the Year), the president of the United States in "Murder at 1600,” editor Webb in the Peabody Award-winning production of "Our Town,” John Ramsey in the CBS miniseries "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town,” Ozark Blue, union-organizer and radio singer, in Hal Ashby's "Bound for Glory” and Warren G. Harding in the Pasadena Playhouse production of "Camping with Henry and Tom.”

Cox has been in such mega-hits as "Beverly Hills Cop” and "Beverly Hills Cop II,” both starring Eddie Murphy. He also played classic villains in "Robocop,” "Total Recall” and "Star Trek: The Next Generation.”

Cox has also played a number of military and law enforcement characters in films including "Taps” co-starring Timothy Hutton, George C. Scott, Sean Penn and Tom Cruise; and Harold Becker's "The Onion Field” co-starring James Woods and Franklin Seales, as well as Chief Roger Kendrick in the short-lived series "Cop Rock.” In all, Cox has appeared in over 50 feature films and in innumerable television movies. On television, he starred in "Apple's Way,” "St. Elsewhere” and "Sweet Justice.” More recently, he appeared on "The Starter Wife.”

Cox's stage work includes six years at Arena Stage, Broadway and off- Broadway, Joseph Papp's Public Theatre in New York, Shakespeare in the Park, and the touring company of "Summer and Smoke” with Eva Marie Saint, for which he won the Straw Hat Award.

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