Ron Underwood

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Real Name: Ronald Brian Underwood
Birth Place: Glendale, California, USA
Birth Date: November 06, 1953
Occupation: Director, Writer, Producer

Ron Underwood Biography

A director who is equally adept at working in television as well as features, Southern California native Ron Underwood has been making films since 5th grade and was winning Eastman Kodak filmmaking awards by the time he was in his teens. After graduating from University of Southern California, he completed a fellowship at the American Film Institute and then began his professional career in educational films. He directed more than 100 educational films before turning his attention to children's television. Underwood's ABC Weekend Special, The Mouse and the Motorcycle (1986), earned both a Peabody Award and an Emmy nomination.The director made his feature film debut in 1990 with the science fiction comedy Tremors. The film, which starred Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward, became a sleeper hit, spawning three sequels and a USA TV series. This success was followed with the blockbuster comedy City Slickers (1991), starring Billy Crystal and Jack Palance. One of the year's top grossing films, the film earned Palance an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Underwood also directed the bittersweet fantasy-comedy Heart and Souls (1993), which starred Robert Downey, Jr. and Charles Grodin. He then directed Michael Keaton and Geena Davis in the romantic comedy Speechless (1994).In 1998, Underwood directed a remake of the classic 1949 adventure film Mighty Joe Young, starring Charlize Theron and Bill Paxton, alongside a bigger-than-life gorilla, which earned the film an Academy Award nomination for Best Visual Effects. He then directed The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002), starring Eddie Murphy, followed by the Showtime feature Stealing Sinatra (2003), starring David Arquette and William H. Macy, who received an Emmy nomination. Underwood re-teamed with Jack Palance on the Hallmark Hall of Fame production Back When We Were Grownups (2004), based on the popular Anne Tyler book and starring Blythe Danner, who received both Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominations for her performance.Underwood recently directed the romantic comedy In the Mix, starring Usher Raymond and Chazz Palminteri, which Lions Gate Films released in November 2005.In addition to directing feature films, Underwood has turned his talents to directing some of the most critically-acclaimed television series on the air. He has directed episodes of the USA network series Monk starring Emmy-winner Tony Shalhoub, and recently finished directing his second episode of the hit David E. Kelley-created series Boston Legal starring Emmy winners James Spader, William Shatner and Candice Bergen.

Ron Underwood Movies / TV-Shows

Kevin (2017)
The Wonder (2014)
Down Hill (2012)
Scandal (2012)
Nashville (2012)
Deck the Halls (2011)
Chaos (2011)
Harry's Law (2011)
Once Upon a Time (2011)
Hellcats (2010)
The Glades (2010)
Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe (2009)
Drop Dead Diva (2009)
Castle (2009)
The Secret Life of the American Teenager (2008)
Eli Stone (2008)
Holiday in Handcuffs (2007)
Reaper (2007)
The Year Without a Santa Claus (2006)
Santa Baby (2006)
Ugly Betty (2006)
Grey's Anatomy (2005)
In the Mix (2005)
Back When We Were Grownups (2004)
Boston Legal (2004)
Stealing Sinatra (2003)
The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002)
Monk (2002)
A Tribute to the Wizard of Oz (1999)
Mighty Joe Young (1998)
Tremors II: Aftershocks (1996)
Speechless (1994)
Heart and Souls (1993)
City Slickers (1991)
Tremors (1990)
Crawlspace (1986)
ABC Weekend Specials The Mouse and the Motorcycle (1986)
ABC Weekend Specials (1977)

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