Ron Frederickson: Mormon Actor
Ron Frederickson is an actor known for his appearances in Humble Pie (2007), The Darkling (2000), and Worthy to Stand (1969). He holds a PhD in performance studies from the University of Utah. He was professor of theater at Emporia State University for twenty-seven years and adjunct instructor in the University of Utah Department of Theatre. He has also directed over seventy plays and musicals for university, regional, and community theater. He has also appeared in numerous products, including a Babcock Performing Readers’ production of “Love Letters, a Babcock Theatre production of “Summer and Smoke,” and Pioneer Memorial Theater’s productions of “Born Yesterday” and “The Apple Tree.”
Frederickson is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served on the Young Men Mutual Improvement Association general board. He has appeared in LDS Church films including The Book of Mormon Movie, Volume 1: The Journey (2003) as Ishmael.