One of Ronn's favorite celebrity encounters was meeting Dick Van Dyke.
As at October 2006, Ronn was just one of four original cast members on The Bold and the Beautiful.
In 2006, Ronn featured in a television commercial for 'Berri', an Australian orange juice producer. The punch line of the advertisement was "you can tell when it's not all Aussie"; a line intended to show (in jest) that while Ronn has long standing connections with Australia, his Hollywood career has resulted in his persona differing significantly from that of the cliché Australian male.
In 2006, a campaign surfaced in Australia to vote Ronn as 'Australian of the Year'.
The Australian edition of Ronn's 2000 album includes a new duet of the original hit Baby Come Back & two bonus tracks, That's When I'll Be Gone & Mountain.
Ronn has a cult following in Australia and appears regularly on Rove Live when he is in the country. He also takes part in sketches that are parodies of daytime TV genre.
Ronn's hobby is photography.
Ronn had a number one hit world-wide with his song, Baby Come Back.
Ronn is an accomplished vocalist as well as a bass player.
Ronn has been video taping behind the scenes of The Bold and the Beautiful for 20 years, and hopes to turn it into a documentary on the history of the show.
Ronn & ex-wife Shari Shattuck, have two children together. Daughter, Caleb Maudine Moss was born on 19th November, 1998 and daughter, Creason Carbo Moss, was born on 26th February 26, 1994. Ronn and Shari were married from 1st January 1990 until they divorced in July 2002.
Ronn attended UCLA.
Ronn is the ex-brother-in-law of actress Shawna Shattuck.
Ronn is sometimes credited as Ron Moss.
Ronn wrote the song Butterfly for his two daughters.
Ronn is 6' 2".
In 1976, Ronn co-founded a rock group called 'Player', producing two albums: Player and Danger Zone. They followed this up with the album, Room With A View. In 2005, Ronn released a new solo album, Uncovered.
As a child, Ronn learned how to play the guitar, electric bass and the drums.
Ronn was pre-nominated for Daytime's Outstanding Lead Actor in 2003, 2004 and 2005.
Ronn: What is my advice to Ridge? Just leave Brooke alone and get on with your life. There's gotta be other women in LA, besides the one who has two kids with your dad!
Ronn: (his affinity with Australia) It's great coming here and having everyone understand my sense of humour, because I share a sense of humour with Australians - that Aussie sensibility of not taking yourself too seriously. That really appeals to me. When I make a joke in Europe they're like, "huh?' because in Italian it means something rude about your mother! I have to be careful overseas, so that's what I love about Australia - I can be myself here.
Ronn: (when asked if there have been storylines on The Bold and the Beautiful he just didn't want to do) We had the one with Ridge and Bridget. It was a bit dicey getting into that territory being that I had delivered her in the cabin when she was born. Then I thought she was my daughter, then I found out she was my half-sister, and then it turned into a romantic thing when she grew up in just a couple of years.
Ronn: (when asked if people treat him as his The Bold and the Beautiful character, Ridge Forrester) Oh yeah, they call the studio switchboard constantly and ask for the characters. We have a poor lady whose job it is to convince them we're actors and we're busy at work right now! And they ask for bizarre stuff - we aren't even told the weird things that the crazed fans ask for.
Ronn: My 12-year-old is already going on 17. I thought I was going to be spared a couple more years, but it's started already. The other day I got, 'Dad, I'm not a kid any more!' But I'm there with her. I'm a very hands-on dad. I like being with them as much as possible. I'm happiest at home barbecuing with my girls.
Ronn: (on writing a tell-all book) There would be a hell of a lot to tell. But I'd never do it because I don't need to do that. It's just not something that is in my psyche. I have been videoing behind the scenes of our show for 20 years. I've got so much footage that I will eventually make into a documentary on the history of our show. But everyone who's on it trusts me to edit out the hissy fits. I've got some funny stuff. Behind the scenes is a whole other soap opera!
Ronn: I'm a jean and T-shirt slob. I don't have the interest in clothes that I should, given the character I play. It's not something I'm concerned about. There are more important things in life.
Ronn: (on covering ZZ Top's 'Sharp Dressed Man') It's one of those songs that I've always liked. It's a good crowd-pleaser and I wanted to add something to the live shows that people would be familiar with, along with my own stuff. When we recorded it, it came out kind of nice so we ended up using it.