Not much is known about Ronnie Scribner. Born Ronald Adam Scribner on July 23, 1966 as Ronald Adam Scribner, he was a child actor in the Early 70s, becoming best known for playing Ralphie Glick in the TV-movie version of "Salem's Lot," based on the book by Stephen King. He also appeared in the movies "The Long Days of Summer" in 1980 and "The Gambler" with Kenny Rogers in 1980. In 1983, he was nominated "Best Young Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture" for his role in the movie, "Split Image." His TV appearances include roles on "Fantasy Island," "Dallas," "The Love Boat," "CHiPs," "Quincy" and "Little House on the Prairie." After leaving acting, he became a mortgage broker, now living in South Pasadena, California with his wife and daughter, Gabriella.