Ron Pearson
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"Ronald "Ron" Samuel Pearson" is an American actor, comedian and world record juggler.

He started his career as a stand up comic at night clubs, a warm up guy on numerous shows. He eventually became an actor and received guest spots on sitcoms Mama's Family, They Came from Outer Space and Brother's Keeper (1998 TV series)/Brother's Keeper as well as small roles in the films Midnight Cabaret and Lena's Holiday. He also hosted the syndicated kids game show Skedaddle for six weeks in 1988, becoming one of the youngest emcees in game show history. Between 1996-1998 he hosted the game show Shopping Spree, created by Jay Wolpert on Television networks preceding ABC Family/The Family Channel.

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