Rick was nominated for a TV Guide Award in 2001 for NYPD Blue..
Rick and Andrea built and designed their Colorado ranch in the summer of 1998.
Rick won the Best Music Video award at the Nashville Film Festival in 2005 for the video Whiskey Lullaby.
Rick spoke at the Republican National Convention in honor of George W. Bush.
Rick and Andrea's children are Holden, Luke, Cambrie and Faith Anne.
Rick is an active member of the N.R.A.
Rick is married to Andrea Bernard. They married on September 26, 1992 and they have four children.
Rick is five feet ten inches tall.
The nickname Rick had in his youth was The Ricker.
Rick wrote the 2004 film Black Cloud.
Rick was the director of the TV series Country Music Television in 2005.
In the 1979 movie The Champ Rick played the young T.J. Flynn.
Ricky Stratton was the character Rick played in the TV series Silver Spoons.
Rick played the character of Newt Dobbs in the mini series Return of Lonesome Dove.
In 1995 Rick played Lt. Paul Hellerman in the movie Crimson Tide.
In 1999 Rick played the character of Henry in the movie What We Did That Night.
TV series NYPD Blue.. Rick played Det. Danny Sorenson for several seasons.
On the TV series Scrubs Rick played the character on many episodes as Nurse Paul Flowers.
John Wolfe was the character Rick played in the TV movie Consequence made in 2003.
Black Cloud was another TV movie Rick starred in in 2004. He played the character of Eddie.
On the TV movie 14 Hours Rick played the character of Dr. Foster.
Rick played the character of Dr. Dylan West on the TV series Strong Medicine..
Sometimes Rick is credited for his work under Ricky Schroder.
Rick was born in Staten Island, New York.
Rick was born on April 13, 1970.
Rick married Andrea Bernard on September 26, 1992
Son Holden was born on January 8, 1992
In his spare time on the set of Strong Medicine., Rick loves to play video games, especially Halo.
Rick converted to the Mormon Church.
Rick's Daughter was in the video for the song Whiskey Lullaby.
Rick was nominated for 2 Screen Actor Guild Awards in 2000 for NYPD Blue..
Rick won a Golden Globe in 1980 for The Champ. Nominated again in 1991 for The Stranger Within.
Rick is listed as one of twelve Promising New Actors of 1979 in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 31.
Rick built his own 2500 square foot log cabin on his ranch during the summer of 1998.
Ricky was absent from NYPD Blue.. May, 2001 season finale, and later announced he would not return to show cast because he wants to devote time to his growing family.
Rick has been married to Andrea Bernard since 1992.
Rick Schroder: Trying to understand women is a tall order period.
Rick Schroder: There have been times I almost got a persecution complex. I felt like people wouldn't let me grow up. They always saw me as a smiling kid or goofy teenager, no matter how much I'd changed.
Rick Schroder: The long hours required to shoot NYPD Blue would prevent me from being where I really want to be at this time - which is with my family.
Rick Schroder: It's difficult being a child actor. I don't think everything beautiful has to be exploited. Some things can be beautiful and left beautiful.
Rick Schroder: I've been very blessed. My parents always told me I could be anything I wanted. When you grow up in a household like that, you learn to believe in yourself. Consequently, my ego and self-esteem have never been locked up just in acting. So, when I'm succeeding or failing, I'm still the same person.
Rick Schroder: If I weren't an actor, I'd be a wildlife biologist or forest ranger.
Rick Schroder: I was very outgoing, and a good-looking kid. I started doing all the catalogs. I made 60 commercials by the time I was 6. I must have been a natural, because I never took an acting lesson.
Rick Schroder: I was never really comfortable doing comedy. Though it was good the first couple of years, there were problems, and it became a stifling experience. I was happy it ended.
Rick Schroder: I think one of the things that saved me is that I never put all my eggs in one basket.
Rick Schroder: I really enjoy the writing process because I can do it from my house. I can create these characters and take them in the different directions that I want to take them. You have a lot of freedom as a writer.
Rick Schroder: I feel like I'm a fighter. I've fought my whole life to get to where I'm at. I like fight movies. When someone gets knocked down, I like to root for him to succeed.
Rick Schroder: I don't know why it is, but sometimes I feel like I'm 60. It's like I've been around for a long time. I felt that way even when I was 8.
Rick Schroder: I always thought I had a problem socially, because I was pulled out of school so early. I had a tough time talking to other kids and being comfortable with them.
Rick Schroder: I always knew I was going to be a family man.