Ronny Cush is a director with a documented history in entertainment, his filmography can be verified by the internet movie database. He worked as an actor on many projects for the small screen. He played the police officer Abe Lyttleton in eight episodes of the television series The Bill, which won The British Academy Of Film And Television Arts award for best drama series.
Other television appearances came in RPM Miami, Alguien Te Mira, Burn Notice, Tales Of The Unexpected, Minder, By The Sword Divided, No Place Like Home, The Front Line, in which he played third lead, and Dempsey and Makepeace. Ronny Cush played the part of Grizz Frix, a human from Devaron, in Return Of The Jedi. He flew a T-65 Starfighter, and participated in the attack against the Death Star, during the battle to restore the Republic. The scenes in which he worked were directed by George Lucas.
He wrote produced and directed the feature film Brianna. He did character parts in the movies Flipping Out, A mistaken Look, Make Up, Ladies Night Out, and Britannia Hospital. Ronny Cush is also a master photographer, whose worked has been published in magazines, on billboards, posters, and album covers. His hard work was rewarded when he garnered the Marcel and Silva Moino Photography Award in 2007, presented by the Professional Photographers Guild Of Florida.
Ronny was an associate producer and second unit director on the feature film Baghdad. He was the photographer on the award winning documentary 500 Years Later. He directed the short film Scripture, Miami Nights, which aired on ABC television, and a Modelo beer commercial. Ronny worked as director of photography on many projects, suchs as Just A Few Days, Spyderwoman, Soge Bank commercial, Senior Hearts commercial, and the TPO music video featuring T-Vice. He also directed music videos for Bobby Washington, Nile Mars, and Dat Boy D. Click here for Ronny's website.