( b. circa 1943 Boston, Massachusetts, USA - d. Dec 03, 2013 Los Angeles, California, USA ) Male
Over a career that spanned nearly five decades, Ronald Hunter appeared on Broadway and regional stages, did episodic and serial television and essayed supporting roles in numerous feature films.
Hunter appeared with Al Pacino in the Broadway revival of The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel and a Lincoln Center production of Hamlet.
His television credits include ABC medical series "The Lazarus Syndrome," in which he co-starred with Louis Gossett Jr.; he also played Harvey Lacey in the original CBS made-for-TV movie "Cagney and Lacey" and appeared in PBS' "Three Sovereigns for Sarah" opposite Vanessa Redgrave.
The actor guested on series including "The Golden Girls," "Simon and Simon," "Magnum P.I.," "Knot's Landing," "The Equalizer" and "Northern Exposure," as well as, more recently, "The Big Bang Theory," "ER," "Monk," "Law & Order," "Criminal Minds" and "Ally McBeal."
Hunter also appeared in miniseries including NBC's "Rage of Angels' and CBS' "Internal Affairs."
The actor's film credits include roles in "Van Wilder: Party Liaison," "The Seduction of Joe Tynan," "Teachers," "The Sentinel," "Adventures of the Action Hunters" and "Jakarta," an independent production filmed over several arduous months in Thailand.
Regional theater appearances include stints at Theatre Virginia, Coconut Grove Playhouse and Gloucester Playhouse where over many summers as in-resident artistic director he directed and performed in numerous original productions and stock revivals.