“For more than two hours, Cox held his audience spellbound, as every song captured our imaginations.” CEDAR RAPIDS GAZETTE

With a career that spans over a hundred and twenty-five films and television shows, Ronny Cox is often ironically identified with the villains he has played in movies like TOTAL RECALL, ROBOCOP and the ruthless politician in the hit science fiction TV series STARGATE.  Ronny's first film… his first time acting in front of a camera was as the guitarist in the famous "dueling banjos" scene in DELIVERANCE.  His second big film was BOUND FOR GLORY, Hal Ashby’s film about Woody Guthrie. 

 

“A superb performer, he knows how to win an audience... a true entertainer."  Rich Warren, WFMT, Chicago

 

Ronny Cox is an artist who wears a variety of hats -- from actor to musician to family man -- but if there is one common thread that pulls it all together it's the "real" person that wears each hat and the warmth his craft brings to anyone exposed to his many talents. Born in Cloudcroft, New Mexico, Ronny received positive reviews in his first film role for his portrayal of ill-fated businessman "Drew Ballinger" in the terrifying backwoods thriller Deliverance with Cox featured in the "Dueling Banjos" sequence of the film. Cox starred alongside Eddie Murphy in the mega-hit Beverly Hills Cop and its sequel Beverly Hills Cop II as well as the futuristic sci-fi/action films RoboCop and Total Recall.  Cox has continued to remain busy with more recent performances in “True Detective”, "Stargate SG-1" "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and the popular “Dexter” and "Desperate Housewives". The truth is that Ronny has been writing songs and telling stories for over four decades. Only in the last 10 years has the world seen him evolve from being an “actor who sings” into knowing him as a “singer who happens to have a pretty fair career acting.”