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Ronny Cox

Ronny Cox



United States

Age: 83

Born: 23 Jul, 1938

Known for

In St. Elsewhere as Dr. John Gideonas Dr. John Gideon

in St. Elsewhere
In The Agency as Alex Pierceas Alex Pierce

in The Agency
In Cop Rock as Chief Roger Kendrickas Chief Roger Kendrick

in Cop Rock

TV Series Starring Ronny Cox

The AgencyThe Agency
CBS, 2001 | Drama, Thriller
Rating: 2.5/5

"The Agency" follows the CIA as they investigate international crimes and puts a stop to anyone that tries to attack the United States.


Cop RockCop Rock
ABC, 1990 | Comedy, Drama, Music

Cop Rock attempted to combine police procedural with musical theatre, the former a genre in which Bochco had already been very successful with Hill Street Blues. The series centered on the LAPD and featured an ensemble cast that mixed musical numbers and choreography throughout storylines. For example, one courtroom scene in the pilot episode had the jury break into song, proclaiming their verdict on the defendant ("He's Guilty") Gospel-style. Another episode had a lineup of Hispanic suspects proclaim in song "We're the local color with the coppertone skin / And you treat us like we're guilty of some terrible sin."


St. ElsewhereSt. Elsewhere
NBC, 1982 | Comedy, Drama, Medical
Rating: 3.3/5

St. Eligius Hospital in South Boston was not exactly the world's best health care center. Despite its flaws, it featured some of the most caring doctors and nurses you could ever meet. Led by Dr. Donald Westphall, St. Eligius became a sanctuary for the underdog and the downtrodden.