Ronn Moss Biography
Ronn Moss (Ronald Montague Moss) is an American actor, musician and singer/songwriter, a member of the band Player, and best known for portraying Ridge Forrester, the dynamic fashion magnate on the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful from 1987 to 2012. Ronn Moss graduated from John Marshall High School.
Ronn Moss Age
Ronn Moss was born on March 4, 1952, in Los Angeles, California, United States. He is 71 years old as of 2023.
Ronn Moss Height
Moss stands at a height of about 6 feet 1 inch tall.
Ronn Moss Family
Ronn Moss was born in Los Angeles, California, the United States to John Moss but we have no information about his mother we will update you in due time.
Ronn Moss Wife
Ronn Moss first married Shari Shattuck from 1990 to 2002 from there he engaged to another relationship with Devin DeVasquez who is a model and actress. Shari Shattuck is also an actress and author.
Ronn Moss Net worth
Ronn Moss earns his income from his businesses and from other related organizations. He also earns his income from his work as an actor, musician, and singer/songwriter. He has an estimated net worth of $ 12 million dollars.
Ronn Moss Salary
Moss earns an estimated salary of about $10k to $50k annually.
Ronn Moss Career
Ronn Moss grew up surrounded by the theatre, concert, and rock & roll music world. At age 11, he started learning to play the drums, guitar, and electric bass. In 1976, Moss joined creative forces with fellow singer/guitarist Peter Beckett, guitarist/keyboardist J.C Crowley, and drummer John Friesen to form the band Player, primarily as a bassist and singer.
In a garage in the Hollywood Hills, they wrote and rehearsed the music that would soon attract the attention of music impresario Robert Stigwood, who signed them to his RSO Records. In the first three weeks of 1978, their single “Baby Come Back” occupied the #1 position on the national pop charts & Player was voted to the Billboard magazine honor roll of Top New Singles Artist of 1978.
Their follow-up single, “This Time I’m in It for Love,”, also peaked at No. 10 the same year. “Baby Come Back” was next to “Sara Smile” by Hall & Oates as well as “How Much I Feel” by Ambrosia as one of the very few songs by a white artist to be played on predominantly black radio stations.
This enabled them to contribute to a musical genre known as “Blue-Eyed Soul”, where white artists sing with a strong R & B Influence. The Australian edition of his 2002 solo CD I’m Your Man includes a fresh duet of the original hit “Baby Come Back” and two bonus tracks: “That’s When I’ll Be Gone” and “Mountain”.
Moss and his band toured in Australia in August and September 2006. In 2007, he released his second solo album, Uncovered. Player went on tour in 2015, with Moss and Peter Beckett playing dates with Orleans and Ambrosia as well as a few “Yacht Rock” shows with Little River Band.
The Bold and the Beautiful and other acting work. He played the Saracen hero Ruggero who fell in love with Bradamante in the 1983 Italian film Paladini-Storia d’armi e d’amori (aka Paladins the story of love and arms, aka Hearts and Armor) a film based on the legends surrounding the Peers of Charlemagne.
In 1987, Moss was offered the role of “Ridge Forrester” on a new soap opera, The Bold and the Beautiful. He accepted the part, and the show was broadcast in many nations across the globe and his role has attracted millions of fans worldwide. To this day, Moss is best known for this role and he frequently travels overseas to visit other countries, make appearances, and promote his music.
1987 marks the year of Moss’ most critical acclaim in a theatrical role as Rowdy Abilene in the Andy Sidaris classic Hard Ticket to Hawaii. Moss has a large fan base in Australia. In 2006, a campaign surfaced to vote Moss as Australian of the Year. Moss was featured in a very popular television commercial for Berri, an Australian orange juice producer.
The punchline of the advertisement was “You can tell when it’s not all Aussie” a line intended to show (in jest) that, while Moss has longstanding connections with Australia, his Hollywood career has resulted in his persona differing significantly from that of the cliché Australian male.
He has appeared occasionally on the former program Rove Live when in Australia. He takes part in sketches that are parodies of the daytime TV genre. The Bold and the Beautiful was a very popular prime-time show in much of Europe; in 2010, Moss was a participant in the Italian version of Dancing with the Stars, finishing second with his partner Sara Di Vaira.
On August 11, 2012, it was announced that Moss would exit The Bold and the Beautiful, after having played the character of Ridge Forrester for 25 years. On May 12, 2014, Moss, along with his band Player, appeared on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital as part of the 2014 Nurses’ Ball, where they performed their hit single “Baby Come Back”. In 2015, he played the character of Ian in the Flemish soap Familie.
Ronn Moss Car Accident
Earlier in 2012, Moss and his wife Devin Devasquez were involved in a car accident that left them shaken and totaled their brand-new truck. The accident involved eight cars in total, “An old guy came out of nowhere and hit two cars before hitting us caused us to spin a 360 and hit several other cars including a lamp post that fell on top of the truck,” explained Ronn.
Ronn Moss Songs
- That’s When I’ll Be Gone I’m Your Man · 2012
- Until I Get It Right I’m Your Man · 2012
- Generate I’m Your Man · 2012
- Lovin’ Our Time in Roma My Baby’s Back · 2018
- Devil’s Bride My Baby’s Back · 2018
- Hearts I’m Your Man · 2012
- You’re My Addiction Uncovered · 2006
- One More Try I’m Your Man · 2012
- My Baby’s Back My Baby’s Back · 2018
- Space Oddity My Baby’s Back · 2018
- Me and YouUncovered · 2006
- Mountain I’m Your Man · 2012
- Once Again I’m Your Man · 2012
- Please Come Home For Christmas 1994
- Don’t Get Better Than This I’m Your Man · 2012
- Our Father 2017
- This Time Around
Ronn Moss Movies
- Hard Ticket to Hawaii 1987
- Hearts and Armour 1983
- bolt 2008
- Her Morbid Desires 2008
- Beverly Hills Christmas II Film
- The Alternate 2000
- Agent of Death Film
- The Brentwood Connection 2013
- Deadly Breed 1989
- Khatarnak Khel
Ronn Moss Tv Shows
- The Bold and the Beautiful
- The Bay
Ronn Moss Albums
- My Baby’s Back
- I’m Your Man
- Date Movie
- Best of Player
- Player/Danger Zone