Ric Pantale made his screen debut in 1952 as an extra in Winchester 73 with James Stewart. Through the years he has appeared in many Abbott & Costello films and was accepted as a student to the Actors Studio in 1960, a very high honor.
Ric cut his acting teeth at the now long gone and legendary Rockland County Playhouse in Blauvelt, NY, where he appeared in summer stock.
As a writer , Ric worked on the movie TRON in London, England and has also contributed stories to the original "STAR TREK" TV series. Ric currently writes a movie column for the Nyack Villager and also co-hosts "Ric's Place", a popular radio talk show on WRCR 1300am, Rockland Radio.
After directing Delilah Rose, he will concentrate on a five part mini-series which he has written entitled Lewis & Clark, which is currently under consideration at HBO.