TO RON SARCHIAN'S
Ron Sarchian was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and began his acting and stunt careers in Seattle, Washington on the TV show “Northern Exposure” and the movies "Sleepless In Seattle", “The Hand That Rocks the Cradle”, and "Singles".
He got his first break as a stuntman on the pilot episode of "On the Street" doubling the star Jim Pirri. He then went on to get his first break as an actor on the pilot episode of "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" which starred Scott Bakula and Maria Bello.
Ron has worked on dozens of television shows and movies as an actor and stuntman and often as both. He has previously co-starred on the hit CBS TV show "Nash Bridges" along with many other network sitcoms and dramas. He has also had a recurring role on the popular soap opera "General Hospital".
Ron has done stuntwork on numerous feature films including "Dantes' Peak", "Serial Bomber", "Kiss Toledo Goodbye", "Bedazzled" and "Shredderman Rules", and he has recently done stuntwork on TV for the Nickelodeon show "All That" and the hit Fox show "Glee".
Ron Sarchian works as a personal trainer, a group fitness manager, a spinning instructor, a boxing coach and holds 5 Guinness Book World Records along with being an endurance cyclist. He is the founder and lead instructor of Southern California's Premier Road Bike Boot Camp. Ron also holds an annual, 24 hour spin on New Years Eve benefitting the Lance Armstrong Foundation and is often hired by different companies as a motivational speaker.