He was an actor, ... Ronald Graham October is packed with great movies and several new and returning TV series. He is also known for his role as Harvey Ryan in Home and Away. 2020. This concept later took hold in Hollywood as the basis of the popular “Six Degrees of Separation” game calculating how close an actor got to appearing in a movie with Kevin Bacon. RIP actor Ron Graham. Ron Graham, mathematician, computer scientist, juggler and magician: 1935-2020. Permanent link to this article: https://televisionau.com/2020/04/obituary-ron-graham.html. He was a night-club comic throughout the USA, and wrote songs for Broadway revues including "New Faces" (1952, 1956, and 1962) and also for Jules Monk's night-club revues (he appeared in "Take Five") and on television, and he had a part in the Broadway production of "The Tender Trap." 2006 saw Graham win an Australian Film Institute award for a guest role on the Channel 7 drama Blue Heelers. Biography. 190-191. Keep well all at Television AU. MOVIE (555), Oedipus - The Roman Empire / Jew #2 - The Spanish Inquisition, Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Welcomes Tony-Winner Richard Maltby Jr. Part 2, Photo Coverage: Martin Charnin Previews Something Funny's Going On at 54 Below, HBO Will Air Comedy Special 'Mel Brooks Strikes Back!' Ron Graham (actor) is confirmed dead at the age of 93. Currently, Ronald Graham is 84 years, 10 months and 21 days old. 1926 The tragic and poorly timed death of Ron Graham (actor) will never be forgotten.. Ron was best known as a English-Australian actor (Home and Away). Ron Graham (actor) Roz Hammond. Ronald Graham (17 December 1926 – 2 April 2020) was an English Australian character actor who appeared in many theatre and television roles from 1956 until retiring in 2003. Composer, songwriter, actor, comedian, director and author. Astrid Nøklebye Heiberg, 83, Norwegian humanitarian and politician, MP (1985–1989, since 2018) and President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (1997–2001). FLIX (602), Mon, Sep 28 He was a regular in the short lived police-oriented soap opera Waterloo Station (1983) and featured in the film Gallipoli. Putty, New South Wales, Australia. Born in England, Graham started performing when he joined the circus at the age of 16. He ... Sun, Sep 27 Ron Lane-Don Carlisle-David Warner-Bill Young, 4 roles:-Chris Granger-Len Abbott-John Moore-Laurie Cornell, 5 roles:-Andy McKay-Harry Martin-Bill Jones-Tom Spencer-Bill Morrison, 2 roles:-Angus Sutton (1991)-Jim Stewart (1996). Thanks Andrew, a shame they didn’t keep series. He was married to Aleda Klara Graham. Father of actor Marcus Graham. Ronald Graham (17 December 1926 – 2 April 2020) was a British-Australian character actor. Erdős travelled a lot and never had a home of his own. Ronald or Ron Graham may also refer to: Ronald William Graham (1870–1949), British diplomat; Ronald Graham (RAF officer) (1896–1967), RAF Air Vice-Marshal; Ronny Graham (1919–1999), American actor; Ron Graham (actor) (1926–2020), Australian actor; See also. Ronny Graham, Actor: Spaceballs. Learn how your comment data is processed. He formerly played Harvey Ryan in the Channel 7 series Home and Away and Pav in the Australian drama The Heights. After completing National Service, he enrolled in a drama course and then came to Australia. Did You Know Trivia. In 1969, he played the part of newspaper baron John Mason in the ABC play Dynasty, which went on to a series in 1970-71. Ron Graham was born on December 17, 1926 in Aldershot, England as Ronald Graham. Your email address will not be published. Apr He is an actor, known for Gallipoli (1981), Dynasty (1969) and Acri (1996). James Megellas, 103, American military officer. 05 https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/what-i-know-about-women-20140701-3b6bs.html Ronald Graham (17 December 1926 – 2 April 2020) was an English Australian character actor who appeared in many theatre and television roles from 1956 until retiring in 2003. [2] Graham also starred in the Australian drama series Underbelly[3] and the American drama series Charmed (episode 2x22). Ranald Graham (1941–2010), Scottish writer; Ron Grahame (born 1950), Canadian ice hockey player He was best known for his roles in television movies and guest roles in serials including those of Crawford Productions and roles in popular serials A Country Practice and Home and Away. He died on … [1] Other television credits include Good Guys, Bad Guys, All Saints, Shadows of the Heart, The Secret Life of Us, and most recently in the ABC comedy Stupid, Stupid Man.