Ron Silver Birthday (July 2nd)

Ron Silver Birthday (July 2nd)

Ron Silver


Ronald Arthur "Ron" Silver is born in July 2, 1946 in New York, USA. He is an American actor, director and producer. He is also a political activist.

Ron Silver’s Childhood:

Ron Silver parents are May and Irving Roy Silver. May is a teacher. Irving Roy Silver is a sales executive. He is grown up at Manhattan. His scholastic study is started at The East Side Hebrew Institute ("ESHI"). After that he is admitted in Stuyvesant High School. He is admitted in SUNY for graduation, at Buffalo. He studied Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Chinese. He has studied a Master's Degree in Chinese History, St. John's University, New York. And also he has gotten the same from the College of Chinese Culture in Taiwan. He also admitted in Graduate School of International Affairs in Columbia University. Ron Silver studied acting in the Herbert Berghof Studio.

Ron Silver Career:

Ron Silver is acted the first film in Tunnel Vision in 1976. His picture A Love Story (1989) is nominated by Oscar Award. He is acted as the President of the Actors Equity Association from 1991 to 2000. He is started ‘The Ron Silver Show’ on Sirius Satellite Radio. He is analyzed on politics and public affairs in Feb, 2008. He is awarded ‘Best Leading Actor in a Play’.

Ron Silver Personal Profile:

Ron Silver is taken a trip to over 30 countries around the globe.He is spoken either Mandarin Chinese or Spanish fluently. Ron Silver is trained at the high school level. He is a social worker for the Department of Social Services.He is a co-founder of the Creative Coalition in 1989. Ron Silver is a Council member on Foreign Relations. He is the co-founder of One Jerusalem organization in 2000. The organization is against Oslo Peace Agreement. This is the cause for "a united Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel."

He is a Democrat for several years. Ron Silver is left the party. Later, he is an Independent. He is a follower of President George W. Bush.He is told that he was continued to support President George W. Bush. The New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is Silver was chosen him as the Chairman for the Millennium Committee. He has a blog on the Pajamas Media website.President Bush was selected him to the Member of the Board of Directors of the United States Institute of Peace on October 7, 2005. He is admitted an advisory committee to the Lewis Libby Legal Defense Trust, on September 8, 2006.

Ron Silver Death:

Ron Silver is died on March 15, 2009, in New York City. Ron Silver was fought with esophageal cancer for two years. He is 62 years old. In 2004, Ex-President George W. Bush says in the Republican National Convention, “Silver admitted being "a well-recognized liberal," but rapped his colleagues”. He interviewed with David Frost on last October. He is seemed to faintly ill. Silver is speaking about politics that given below.

"I have said things that have angered both parties.... I am socially and economically still a Democrat and always was. If gay people want to get married, God bless them. I try to warn them that along with marriage comes divorce, but they don't listen to me, so good luck. On things like healthcare, I am to the left of most people...."

Ron Silver in Television


  • Chicago Hope
  • Law & Order
  • Rhoda
  • Skin
  • Veronica's Closet
  • Heat Vision and Jack
  • Billionaire Boys Club
  • The West Wing
  • Wiseguy

Ron Silver on Stage

  • Hurlyburly
  • Speed The Plow (Tony and Drama Desk Awards)
  • Social Security

Ron Silver in Films

  • Word of Honor
  • Best Friends
  • Find Me Guilty
  • Kane and Abel
  • The Entity
  • Silent Rage
  • Silkwood
  • Enemies, a Love Story
  • Garbo Talks
  • Timecop
  • Master Spy - The Robert Hanssen Story
  • The Arrival
  • Rhapsody In Bloom
  • Blue Steel
  • Broken Promises: The United Nations at 60
  • (director, executive producer, narrator)
  • FahrenHYPE 9/11
  • Jack (2004 film)
  • The Ten
  • My Father's Will

Ron Silver Awards

Preceded by

James Earl Jones
for Fences

Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play
for Speed-the-Plow

Succeeded by

Philip Bosco
for Lend Me a Tenor