Ricky Schroder

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Richard Bartlett Schroder, Jr. (born April 13, 1970) is an American actor and film director.wikipedia
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Silver Spoons

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As a child actor, billed as Ricky Schroder, Schroder debuted in the film The Champ (1979), going on to become a child star on the sitcom Silver Spoons.
In the pilot episode, Ricky Stratton (Ricky Schroder) arrives at the mansion of the father he has never met to introduce himself, move in, and get to know him better.

The Champ (1979 film)

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As a child actor, billed as Ricky Schroder, Schroder debuted in the film The Champ (1979), going on to become a child star on the sitcom Silver Spoons. Schroder made his film debut as the son of Jon Voight's character in The Champ, a 1979 remake of the 1931 film of the same name.
It stars Jon Voight as Billy Flynn, a past boxer with custody of his son Timothy (Ricky Schroder) who attempts to support his son and make up with his ex-wife Annie (Faye Dunaway) by fighting in the ring again.

The Last Flight of Noah's Ark

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The following year, Schroder appeared in the Disney feature film The Last Flight of Noah's Ark with Elliott Gould.
The Last Flight of Noah's Ark is a 1980 American family adventure film produced by Walt Disney Productions starring Elliott Gould, Geneviève Bujold and Ricky Schroder.

Little Lord Fauntleroy (1980 film)

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He also starred as the title character in Little Lord Fauntleroy, alongside Alec Guinness.
Little Lord Fauntleroy is a 1980 British family film directed by Jack Gold and starring Alec Guinness, Rick Schroder, Eric Porter, Connie Booth, Patrick Stewart, and John Welsh.

Young Artist Award

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His performance earned him two Young Artist Awards.
Two notable examples that year being young Ricky Schroder in The Champ and Justin Henry in Kramer vs. Kramer, who were each nominated for Golden Globes in the same categories as their adult counterparts.

NYPD Blue

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He has continued acting as an adult, usually billed as Rick Schroder, notably 'Newt' on the western miniseries Lonesome Dove (1989) and the crime-drama series NYPD Blue. His roles as Danny Sorenson on three seasons of NYPD Blue, nurse Paul Flowers in Scrubs, Dr. Dylan West on Strong Medicine, and Mike Doyle on the 2007 season of 24 worked to cement that perception with the viewing audience.
His co-stars included (season two and beyond) Jimmy Smits as Det. Bobby Simone (1994–1998), Rick Schroder as Det. Danny Sorenson (1998–2001), and Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Det. John Clark, Jr. (2001–2005).

Too Young the Hero

In 1988, the year after Silver Spoons ended, Schroder starred in a primetime CBS TV movie based on a true story, the drama Too Young the Hero, as a 12-year-old who passes for 17 to enlist in World War II.
Too Young the Hero is a 1988 American made-for-television drama war film directed by Buzz Kulik and starring Rick Schroder.

Jon Voight

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Schroder made his film debut as the son of Jon Voight's character in The Champ, a 1979 remake of the 1931 film of the same name.
In 1979, Voight once again put on boxing gloves, starring in 1979's remake of the 1931 Wallace Beery and Jackie Cooper vehicle, The Champ, with Voight playing the part of an alcoholic ex-heavyweight and a young Ricky Schroder playing the role of his adoring son.

Black Cloud

In 2004, Schroder wrote and directed the feature film Black Cloud, a drama about a Navajo boxer.
Black Cloud is a 2004 American drama film directed and written by Rick Schroder.

WrestleMania 2

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He also appeared as the guest timekeeper in Wrestlemania 2 for a match between Hulk Hogan and King Kong Bundy.
The Los Angeles segment of WrestleMania 2 included celebrity guests Ricky Schroder, Robert Conrad, Tommy Lasorda, and Elvira.

Scrubs (TV series)

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His roles as Danny Sorenson on three seasons of NYPD Blue, nurse Paul Flowers in Scrubs, Dr. Dylan West on Strong Medicine, and Mike Doyle on the 2007 season of 24 worked to cement that perception with the viewing audience.
Season two focuses on the romantic relationships of the main characters: Turk proposes to an indecisive Carla, who has doubts about if Turk is mature enough, Elliot dates nurse Paul Flowers (Rick Schroder), Dr. Cox dates pharmaceutical rep Julie (Heather Locklear) before reigniting a relationship with his pregnant ex-wife Jordan (Christa Miller).

Danny Sorenson

His roles as Danny Sorenson on three seasons of NYPD Blue, nurse Paul Flowers in Scrubs, Dr. Dylan West on Strong Medicine, and Mike Doyle on the 2007 season of 24 worked to cement that perception with the viewing audience.
The character was played by actor Ricky Schroder.

Grand Junction, Colorado

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After graduating from high school, Schroder enrolled himself in Mesa State College in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Rick Schroder owned a home outside of Grand Junction during the mid to late 1990s

The Earthling

The couple married on September 26, 1992, and went on to have four children: Holden (born January 1992), who was named after Schroder's The Earthling co-star William Holden, Luke (born August 1993), Cambrie (born November 1996), and Faith (born August 2001).
The Earthling is a 1980 American-Australian drama film starring William Holden and Ricky Schroder.

Return to Lonesome Dove

His co-starring role in the Western mini-series Lonesome Dove and its sequel, Return to Lonesome Dove, helped in his attempt to be recognized in more mature roles.
Ricky Schroder as Newt Dobbs - A young orphan raised by Gus and Call. His mother was a prostitute named Maggie Dobbs, who died when he was a child. He suspects that Call is his father despite Call not formally admitting it.

No Ordinary Family

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He guest-starred in a January 2011 episode of ABC's No Ordinary Family.
Rick Schroder as Dave Cotten – whose life Jim saves by stopping a bus from running him over.

The Fighting Season

His production company, Ricky Schroder Productions, has produced Starting Strong, a TV show for the U.S. Army, since 2013, as well as other projects including The Fighting Season.
The Fighting Season is a docuseries about the war in Afghanistan produced by Ricky Schroder Productions.

There Goes My Baby (film)

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There Goes My Baby (also released as The Last Days of Paradise) is a 1994 American coming-of-age comedy-drama film written and directed by Floyd Mutrux and starring Dermot Mulroney, Rick Schroder, Noah Wyle, Lucy Deakins, and Kelli Williams.

Nashville Film Festival

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The same directorial experience garnered Schroder another award for Best Music Video at the 2005 Nashville Film Festival.

Poolhall Junkies

The film also features Alison Eastwood, Michael Rosenbaum, Rick Schroder, Rod Steiger (in his final film role), Chazz Palminteri, and Christopher Walken.

Locker 13

Locker 13 is a 2009 thriller film directed by Bruce Dellis, George Huang, Jason Marsden, Matthew Mebane, Adam Montierth, Donovan Montierth, and Rick Schroder.

The Lost Battalion (2001 film)

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The film was directed by Russell Mulcahy, written by James Carabatsos, and starred Rick Schroder as Major Charles Whittlesey.

Strong Medicine

His roles as Danny Sorenson on three seasons of NYPD Blue, nurse Paul Flowers in Scrubs, Dr. Dylan West on Strong Medicine, and Mike Doyle on the 2007 season of 24 worked to cement that perception with the viewing audience.
Dr. Dylan West (Rick Schroder) Replacing Dr. Campbell's role is Dr. Dylan West, a male women's health specialist. His gender raises initial eyebrows, especially with Delgado, who has also had past negative experiences with him as a resident. He has his own troubled past and seems to be seeking to redeem himself from something in his past. He is a diabetic, which becomes a recurring plot device. Dylan has tremendously bad luck in romance. One such former love interest arrives at Rittenhouse needing a new heart to survive; West is unable to save her life, but gains a teenaged half-Japanese daughter, Araya (Eileen Boylan), he never knew he had. His relationship with his daughter is troubled at first, but slowly they get to know each other.

A Reason to Live (1985 film)

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A Reason to Live is a 1985 American made-for-television drama film starring Rick Schroder, Peter Fonda and Deidre Hall, directed by Peter Levin.

Across the Tracks

Billy (Rick Schroder), on the other hand, is a delinquent involved in drugs and crime.