Ronnie Dapo


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Ronnie Dapo was born on May 8, 1952 and is 71 years old now.

Birthday: May 8, 1952
How Old - Age: 71

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Ronnie Dapo - Biography

Ronald L. "Ronnie" Dapo (born May 8, 1952) is an American former child actor who appeared in supporting roles in such television series as the ABC/Warner Brothers situation comedy Room for One More (1962) and CBS's The New Phil Silvers Show (1964).
Dapo began acting in 1959 at the age of seven when he played Billy Lacy in John Bromfield's syndicated series U.S. Marshal. That same year he appeared as Ronnie in The Alcoa Hour in the episode "Another Day, Another Dollar" and in "The Greenhorn Story" of NBC's western series Wagon Train starring Ward Bond. He also appeared in the movie -30- as Billy, opposite Jack Webb and Whitney Blake as their soon be adopted son. Then in 1960, he appeared as a schoolboy in the episode "A Bullet for the Teacher" on ABC's Maverick starring James Garner, "Ocean's 11" starring Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.

In 1962, he was also cast as 9-year-old Flip Rose, one of the four children (two natural and two foster) of George and Anna Rose, portrayed by Andrew Duggan and Peggy McCay, in the 26-week Room for One More. While on Room for One More young Dapo made two appearances on another ABC series, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, having played himself in "The Tigers Go to a Dance" and "Rick Sends a Picture".
Between 1963 and 1966, Dapo appeared three times as Arnold Winkler, a friend of Opie Taylor (played by Ron Howard) on CBS's The Andy Griffith Show. The episodes on which Dapo appeared are "Opie and the Spoiled Kid" and "The Haunted House" (both in 1963) and "A Baby in the House" (1966). Dapo's acting career ended in 1966 with two other roles: as Jimmy in the television movie Baby Makes Three and as Virgil 'Tiger' Higgins in the Disney film Follow Me, Boys! starring Fred MacMurray and Kurt Russell.