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Dick Ryal Edit Profile

actor , scriptwriter

Dick Ryal, American scriptwriter, actor. Recipient Ohio State award for network documentaries, 1972, 73, 74. Member American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Writers Guild American (academy liaison committee, tellers committee, special accolade award 1979), Screen Actors Guild, Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters.

Background

Ryal, Dick was born on June 21, 1925 in Corning, New York, United States. Son of Richard Fuller and Jessie (Wadleigh) Ryal.

Education

Student, Professional Children's School, New York City, 1942-1943.

Career

Host, scriptwriter The Golden Key, Station KTTV-television, Hollywood, late 1950's;film, radio, television actor, New York City and Hollywood, California, 1960-1983;writer, actor, Chevron Broadcast, San Francisco, 1969-1972;featured actor films, television series, Studiohouse, Hollywood, 1971-1986;voice over actor, Hanna-Barbera Animated Films, Hollywood, 1979;international in-house on camera spokesman, Rockwell International corporation, 1985-1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Writer, producer, voiceovers WENY-FM, Elmira, New York. Scriptwriter: (documentary) Our Nation's Heritage, 1969-1972 (Peadbody medal 1975), (drama) The Calumet, 1984 (Writers Guild American award), (comedy) Why Me?, 1985.

Membership

Member American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Writers Guild American (academy liaison committee, tellers committee, special accolade award 1979), Screen Actors Guild, Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters.

Connections

father:
Richard Fuller Ryal

mother:
Jessie (Wadleigh) Ryal