Ron Zimmerman

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Ron Zimmerman
Occupation Actor, comedian and writer
Years active 1985–present

Ron Zimmerman is an American comedian and writer who has worked primarily in the television and comic book medium. He also had a small recurring acting role as "Doc" in the family drama series 7th Heaven. A friend and associate of radio star Howard Stern, Zimmerman was among the candidates who sat in the "Jackie Chair" trying out for the job that eventually went to Artie Lange.

Since his regular appearances on Stern's radio show which occurred from the mid-1990s through the early 2000s, Zimmerman may be best known for writing Marvel Comics Ultimate Adventures series.

Zimmerman's television writing credits include Charles in Charge, Good Sports, Action, V.I.P., The Michael Richards Show, My Wife and Kids, 'Til Death and the Disney Channel sitcom Shake It Up, in which he was a consulting producer during the first season.

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