© 2019 RON NERY JR

RON NERY JR is your typical Asian, Hispanic, Caucasian, ethnically ambiguous looking actor. He was born in Anaheim, California and came from a predominantly Filipino family, so his virtually unidentifiable race has remained a mystery. One thing for certain was his knack for entertaining. A showoff at family parties, Ron knew at an early age that performing would remain a major part of his life for years to come. 

 

He started off as a singer in school plays, learned to play musical instruments, and later joined one of the Inland Empire's top collegiate hip-hop dance crews in Riverside known as "909". He went on to open at concerts for major artists like Busta Ryhmes and E-40, and even competed on the nationally televised show "Your Chance to Dance" on CMT. Although he didn't have the parental support to pursue acting as a child, he decided to take matters into his own hands as an adult. Take that, Asian parents!

It is of no surprise that Ron is making some noise in the acting scene, because when he sets his eyes on a prize... BOY DOES HE COMMIT! Hitting the ground running, Ron was able to accomplish quite an impressive streak of bookings within just a few years. He debuted his acting career as a guest star on TLC's "Sex Sent Me to the ER", starred in a play ("The Dating Pool") at Urban Theatre Movement, and was in a short film ("Fall Out") -- an official selection for the LA Philippine International Film Festival.  Most recently he booked the role of "Brad" on the CBS show "Me, MYSELF & I".

If you haven't heard of him until now, you definitely will be hearing lots more about him soon, and most likely until the end of time. Apologies but no apologies in advance.