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|name = Ronald Reagan
 
|name = Ronald Reagan
 
|born = Ronald Wilson Reagan<br>[[February 6]], [[Pre-1922#1911|1911]]<br>Tampico, [[Illinois]], [[United States]]
 
|born = Ronald Wilson Reagan<br>[[February 6]], [[Pre-1922#1911|1911]]<br>Tampico, [[Illinois]], [[United States]]
|died = [[June 5]], [[2004]] (aged 93)<br>[[Los Angeles, California|Los Angeles]], [[California]], United States
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|died = [[June 5]], [[2004]] (aged 93)<br>[[Los Angeles]], [[California]], United States
 
|cause of death = [[Wikipedia:Pneumonia|Pneumonia]]
 
|cause of death = [[Wikipedia:Pneumonia|Pneumonia]]
 
|nationality = [[File:Flag of the United States.png|20px]] American
 
|nationality = [[File:Flag of the United States.png|20px]] American
|occupation(s) = Politician, actor
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|occupation(s) = Actor, politician
|years active = [[1937]]-[[1965]]<br>[[1980]]-[[1988]] (presidency)
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|years active = [[1937]]-[[1965]]<br>[[1981]]-[[1989]] (presidency)
 
|spouse = [[Jane Wyman]] ([[1940]]-[[1949]])<br>Nancy Davis ([[1952]]-2004, his death)
 
|spouse = [[Jane Wyman]] ([[1940]]-[[1949]])<br>Nancy Davis ([[1952]]-2004, his death)
|children = Maureen (deceased), Christine (deceased), Michael (all with Wyman), Patti, and [[Ron Reagan|Ron]] (both with Davis)}}'''Ronald Wilson Reagan''' was an American actor and politician who served as the [[Wikipedia:Governor of California|33rd Governor of California]] from [[1968]] to [[1976]] and the [[Wikipedia:President of the United States|40th President of the United States of America]] from [[1980]] to [[1988]].
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|children = Maureen , Christine , and Michael (all with Wyman)<br>Patti and [[Ron Reagan|Ron]] (both with Davis)
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'''Ronald Wilson Reagan''' was an American actor and politician who served as the [[Wikipedia:Governor of California|33rd Governor of California]] from [[1968]] to [[1976]] and the [[Wikipedia:President of the United States|40th President of the United States of America]] from [[1981]] to [[1989]].
   
Although he did not appear in any [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]] movies during his acting career, he did host the grand opening of [[Disneyland]] in [[1955]], appeared in the grand opening of [[Disney's Hollywood Studios|Disney-MGM Studios]], appeared in ''[[Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]'' and appeared in ''[[Disneyland's 35th Anniversary Celebration]]''. He also appears as an [[Audio-Animatronic]] in [[The Hall of Presidents]]. In the ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'' episode; "[[Forbidden Pumbaa]]", his name was used in a game of words to describe a ray gun called a "Ronald Ray-Gun."
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Although he did not appear in any [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]] movies during his acting career, he did host the grand opening of [[Disneyland]] in [[1955]], appeared in the grand opening of [[Disney's Hollywood Studios|Disney-MGM Studios]], appeared in ''[[Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]'' and appeared in ''[[Disneyland's 35th Anniversary Celebration]]''. He also appears as an [[Audio-Animatronic]] in [[The Hall of Presidents]]. In the ''[[Timon & Pumbaa]]'' episode, "[[Forbidden Pumbaa]]", his name was used in a game of words to describe a ray gun called a "Ronald Ray-Gun."
   
He had a son, [[Ron Reagan|Ron]], who starred in ''[[My Date with the President's Daughter]]''. He was mentioned in [[The BFG]].
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He had a son, [[Ron Reagan|Ron]], who starred in ''[[My Date with the President's Daughter]]''. He was mentioned in [[The BFG]] and in Season 3 episode of [[The Golden Girls|''The Golden Girls'']]: ''"''Letter to Gorbechauv''".''
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
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<gallery captionalign="center" spacing="small" position="center">
Ronald Reagan with Kirk Douglas-1-.jpg|Ronald Reagan meeting [[Kirk Douglas]] and his wife, Diana
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Ronald Reagan with Kirk Douglas-1-.jpg|Ronald Reagan meeting [[Kirk Douglas]] and his wife, Diana.
 
Ronaldraygun.png|Ronald Ray-Gun
 
Ronaldraygun.png|Ronald Ray-Gun
 
Tumblr menvs2CKKn1qjih96o1 500.jpg|Ronald Reagan hosts the television broadcast of Disneyland’s grand opening on July 17, 1955.
 
Tumblr menvs2CKKn1qjih96o1 500.jpg|Ronald Reagan hosts the television broadcast of Disneyland’s grand opening on July 17, 1955.
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[[Category:Deceased]]
 
[[Category:Deceased]]
 
[[Category:Actors]]
 
[[Category:Actors]]
[[Category:American actors]]
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[[Category:American people]]
[[Category:American film actors]]
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[[Category:American television actors]]
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[[Category:People from Illinois]]
 
[[Category:People from Illinois]]
 
[[Category:1910s births]]
 
[[Category:1910s births]]
 
[[Category:2000s deaths]]
 
[[Category:2000s deaths]]
 
[[Category:Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]
 
[[Category:Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color]]
[[Category:Adults]]
 
 
[[Category:United States]]
 
[[Category:United States]]
 
[[Category:The BFG]]
 
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[[Category:Timon & Pumbaa]]

Latest revision as of 18:01, February 17, 2020

Ronald Wilson Reagan was an American actor and politician who served as the 33rd Governor of California from 1968 to 1976 and the 40th President of the United States of America from 1981 to 1989.

Although he did not appear in any Disney movies during his acting career, he did host the grand opening of Disneyland in 1955, appeared in the grand opening of Disney-MGM Studios, appeared in Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color and appeared in Disneyland's 35th Anniversary Celebration. He also appears as an Audio-Animatronic in The Hall of Presidents. In the Timon & Pumbaa episode, "Forbidden Pumbaa", his name was used in a game of words to describe a ray gun called a "Ronald Ray-Gun."

He had a son, Ron, who starred in My Date with the President's Daughter. He was mentioned in The BFG and in Season 3 episode of The Golden Girls: "Letter to Gorbechauv".

GalleryEdit

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