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Place of Birth Whittier, California, USA
Birthday 1945-09-15


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​ Ron Shelton (September 15, 1945 in Whittier, California) is a U.S. film director and screenwriter, most notable for making movies about sports. Shelton is an alumnus of Santa Barbara High School and of the University of Arizona and Westmont College. He is the oldest of four brothers, and grew up in Montecito, California. Before beginning his movie career, Shelton was a minor league baseball player in the Baltimore Orioles' organization from 1967 to 1971. He is married to Canadian-born actress Lolita Davidovich, who has appeared in three of Shelton's films and with whom he has two children. The couple reside in Los Angeles and Ojai, California.


2013Sport in America: Our Defining Stories as Himself
2009Tales From the Script as Himself
2002Between the Lines: The Making of Bull Durham as Interviewee
1998Welcome to Hollywood as Ron Shelton
1998Billy Wilder: The Human Comedy as Himself

Other Roles

2017Just Getting Started - Director
2017Just Getting Started - Writer
2010Jordan Rides the Bus - Director
2003Bad Boys II - Screenplay
2003Bad Boys II - Story
2003Hollywood Homicide - Director
2003Hollywood Homicide - Producer
2003Hollywood Homicide - Screenplay
2002Dark Blue - Director
1999Play It to the Bone - Director
1999Play It to the Bone - Writer
1996Tin Cup - Director
1996Tin Cup - Screenplay
1996The Great White Hype - Writer
1994Cobb - Director
1994Cobb - Writer
1994Blue Chips - Executive Producer
1994Blue Chips - Writer
1992White Men Can't Jump - Director
1992White Men Can't Jump - Screenplay
1989Blaze - Director
1989Blaze - Screenplay
1988Bull Durham - Director
1988Bull Durham - Writer
1986The Best of Times - Writer
1983Under Fire - Screenplay
1981The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper - Creative Consultant

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