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Ron Samuels

Ron Samuels is a film producer. His credits include Iron Eagle (1986), Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992), and Ravenhawk (1996).

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Production Credits 2
  • Awards 3
  • Artist Management 4
  • Launched the careers of 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Biography

Samuels was married to Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter from May 28, 1977 to February 1, 1982. He is now married to actress and former Ms. Olympia Rachel McLish.[1] Samuels owned a television production company in Beverly Hills, California bearing his name. In addition to having Lynda Carter as a former management client, he also previously represented other television stars such as Lindsay Wagner of The Bionic Woman fame.

Production Credits

• Jane Doe, USA Film, Starring Teri Hatcher

• Ravenhawk, HBO Premiere Movie

• Iron Eagle IV, TRI STAR

• Aces: Iron Eagle III, Feature Film Carolco

• Iron Eagle II , Feature Film TRI STAR

• Iron Eagle, Feature Film TRI STAR

• Infiltrator, CBS Pilot, Starring Scott Bakula

• Downtown, CBS Series, Starring Marishka Hargitay, Blair Underwood

• Scruples, Television Miniseries

• The Incredible Journey of Dr. Meg Laurel, 2nd Highest-rated TV Movie in CBS History

• The Two Worlds of Jenny Logan, CBS Television Movie

• Callie and Son, CBS Television Movie

• The Last Song, CBS Television Movie

• Born To Be Sold, NBC Television Movie

• Hotline, CBS Television Movie

• A Different Affair, CBS Television Movie

• Woman of the 21st Century, CBS Special

• Today’s Women Heroes, Television Special

• Four Music-Variety Specials, CBS Prime Time

Awards

Emmy Christopher Youth in Film NAACP Award Nominee

Artist Management

• Rachel McLish, fitness Icon, actor, author

• Lindsay Wagner, Bionic Woman

• Lynda Carter, Wonder Woman

Jaclyn Smith, Charlie's Angels

Kate Jackson, Charlie's Angels

• Janine Turner, Northern Exposure

• Melissa Gilbert, Little House On the Prairie

• Mary Hart, Entertainment Tonight

• Diedre Hall, Days of Our Lives

• Robert Conrad, Wild,Wild West

• Jennifer O'Neil, Summer of 42

• Lisa Whelchel, Facts of Life

• Kari Michaelsen, Gimme a Break

• Shelly Fabares, One Day at a Time, Coach, Rockford Files, Number 1 Billboard Hot 100 Hit Johnny Angel

• Jaye P. Morgan, Singer, comedian, The Gong Show

• Kathy Smith, Fitness star

• Thelma Camacho, Singer First Edition with Kenny Rogers.

Launched the careers of

• Mariska Hargitay

• Blair Underwood

• Robert Englund

• David Paymer with Samuels CBS T. V. Series Downtown

James Woods

References

  1. ^ Meeks, Eric G. (2012). Palm Springs Celebrity Homes: Little Tuscany, Racquet Club, Racquet Club Estates and Desert Park Estates Neighborhoods (Kindle). Horatio Limburger Oglethorpe. p. 429 (Kindle location number).  

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