Ralph Moody

About Ralph Moody

Who is it?: Actor
Birth Day: September 10, 1917
Birth Place:  St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Died On: June 9, 2004(2004-06-09) (aged 86)\nMooresville, North Carolina
Birth Sign: Sagittarius
Awards: North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame (2003) National Motorsports Press Association Stock Car Racing Hall of Fame (1990) International Motorsports Hall of Fame (1994) Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (2005)
Best finish: 8th – 1956 Grand National Series
First race: 1956 Daytona Beach Road Course
Last race: 1962 Richmond 250 Atlantic Rural Fairgrounds (now Richmond International Raceway)
First win: 1956 Memphis-Arkansas Speedway
Last win: 1957 Wilson Speedway (Wilson, North Carolina)
WinsTop tensPoles: Wins Top tens Poles 5 27 5 5275

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Ralph Moody was born on September 10, 1917 in  St. Louis, Missouri, United States, is Actor. Ralph Moody was born on November 5, 1886 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Ralph Roy Moody, the oldest son of Franklin Jerome Moody and Ida M. Hicklin. His introduction to show business was first as an actor on the stage in pre-radio days and then as a radio personality. His first acting role was in 1900 as the boy, Heinrich, in Rip Van Winkle. At the 1904 World's Fair he sang tenor in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He had a wide following as Uncle Abner on WIBW, CBS Radio, in the 1930's in Topeka, Kansas, USA. As Uncle Abner he was the town's barber, constable, postmaster, and chief source of information. Beginning in the mid-1940's he was a frequent radio cast member on The Roy Rogers Show. When Gunsmoke began its radio show run in 1952, Ralph Moody was one of the regular cast members. He began making film and television appearances at the age of 62. His first television roles were on three 1949-50 Lone Ranger episodes, each time as an Indian chief with a different name. Frequently on TV westerns he had roles as an Indian, but was not type cast. His range of characters included a variety of roles with Jack Webb on Dragnet. Many of his dozen appearances on The Rifleman were as Doc Burrage. He had six appearances on Bonanza, most as an Indian, at the end of his 23 year acting career. He was married to Hazel B. McOwen. He died on September 16, 1971 in Burbank, California, USA.
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Ralph Moody (September 10, 1917 – June 9, 2004) was an American stock car racer. He eventually became a team co-owner of Holman Moody.


He built his first Model T Ford race car in 1935, and ran it on nights and weekends. He served in the U.S. Army in World War II, and drove a tank under the command of General George S. Patton. He married his wife Mitzi in 1949, and they moved to Florida so that he could race all year.


Moody won four races in 1956 for owner Pete DePaolo. He finished eighth in the final points, with 21 Top-10 finishes in 35 races.


He raced the first third of 1957, until Ford and the other American automobile manufacturers pulled out of racing.


Holman Moody began as a racecar owner operation, but became more famous for their racecar building operation. Holman Moody chassis featured improvements such as tube shocks, square tubing frames, and rear ends with floater housings ([2]). They built around 50 race cars a year until Moody sold his portion of the company after the 1971 season. They had won 92 NASCAR Grand National races.