When I turned 18, my agent was like, ‘You should change from Ricky to Rick.’ So I thought it was a good idea. Rick never really fit. I tried for 18 years to make it work, and no one wanted to call me Rick. It should always have been Ricky. That’s what it always should have been, so I’m going back to it.
In the John Wayne movies, the Indians were savages that were trying to scalp you. That culture has really suffered because of the stereotype you see in those westerns.
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There are always moments of despair when you get close to jobs and lose them at the last second. It feels like getting punched in the stomach. You feel like, ‘Why do I do this?’ Then you go to bed, get up the next day and forget about it.
|Birth:||13th April, 1970|
Richard Bartlett "Ricky" Schroder, Jr. is an American actor and film director. He debuted in the 1979 hit film The Champ, going on to become a child star on the sitcom Silver Spoons. He has continued acting as an adult, notably on the western Lonesome Dove and the television crime drama NYPD Blue.
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