Ronald Reagan

By: Reagan (NOT Ronald Reagan. That would be weird)


Hey, do you know who the 40th president was? Well I do and it is Ronald Reagan. He is the most successful actor so far to become president. That's right most successful. Wait you still don’t know who he is. You will learn when and where he born. When, where, and how he died. Who his family was. Finally before and after his actor life.

Early Life

Ronald Wilson Reagan was born on February 6, 1911, in Tampico, IL. He was born in a family with 1 older brother named Neil Reagan. His parents were John “Jack” and Nelle Reagan. He started work at the age 15. At the age 16 he worked as a lifeguard. He saved 77 lives is 7 years as working as a lifeguard. In high school he was student body president. He also precipitated in: football, basketball, track, and school plays. During college he was also student There, he played football, ran track, captained the swim team, served as student council president and acted in school productions, and drama. As a kid Ronald Reagan moved a lot. He attended 6 schools in his school years. Wow!


Ronald Reagan got married twice and had 3 children and adopted 1. He first married Jane Wyman. They met while making the movie Brother Rat. Together they had 1 girl Maureen and adopted 1 boy named Michael. He got divorced in 1948 which means they were together for 9 years. 3 years later he got married again and to Nancy Davis. They had 2 children. First a girl named Patricia/ Patti. 6 years later they had 1 son named Ronald/Ron. But wait, you can’t forget about good old dog named Jack. Surprise fact. Him and his first wife divorced during World War 2.
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Work Life

Before Ronald Reagan became president in 1981-1989 he was an actor. He did over 50 films. Some really famous ones are Kings Row and Knute Rockne. Bet you didn’t know that. Well now you do, you're welcome.


93. That's the age Ronald Reagan died at. He is the 2 longest living president. He is 45 days away from being the longest living. He died because of Alzheimer's disease on June 5, 2004.

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