One of the most skilled seasoned actors in the entertainment business is William Ragsdale. He gained notoriety after assuming the title character of Herman Brooks in the television series Herman’s Head (1991-1994).
Later, after appearing as Rob Fields in Grosse Pointe (2000–2001) and Porter Waide in Brother’s Keeper (1998–99), his popularity grew.
He has also received awards from reputable institutions like the International Thespian Society. Additionally, he became the youngest competitor to win the National Society of Arts and Letters Drama competition.
William Ragsdale: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
Robert William Ragsdale gave birth to William Ragsdale on January 19, 1961. His zodiac sign at birth is Capricorn. His mother, a teacher, and his pharmacist father reared him in El Dorado, Arkansas, in the United States. He attributes most of his inspiration to his parents, who encouraged him to pursue an acting profession.
He also has two sisters named Gail Ragsdale and Elizabeth Ragsdale in his family. His other sister works as an investment broker, while one of his sisters works as an administrator at an Arkansas chicken plant.
William attended Hendrix College in Arkansas before enrolling in Berkeley’s branch of the Drama Studio London.
William Ragsdale’s Married Life And Children
William Ragsdale is married, and Andrea Ragsdale is an actress as well.
After a brief courtship, Willaim and Andrea decided to get married, which is when their relationship began. On August 25, 1999, they exchanged wedding vows.
The couple is blessed with three children, all sons, at various points in their marriage.
The wedded couple has since made countless public appearances together and has never been apart.
His Career: Movies & TV Shows
William Ragsdale discovered his love for acting at the age of 11, after seeing a theater production of The Wizard of Oz. He then set to work on turning his goal into a reality. Finally, in 1961, when he was 18 years old, he appeared in the thriller Screams of a Winter Night as Bill Ragsdale.
After then, he appeared in further motion pictures and television productions, including Wally and the Valentines (1989), Fright Night (1985), and Fright Night Part 2 (1988).
Favorite Deadly Sins (TV Movie), American Pie (TV Series), Curb Your Enthusiasm (TV Series), Big Momma’s House 2 (Movie), Desperate Housewives (TV Series), Broken City (Movie), Elementary (TV Series), Madam Secretary (TV Series), and When We Dance the Music Dies (2019) are just a few of his other acting roles (Movie).
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