Steve Ford

Steve Ford is the son of former president Gerald Ford. He has enjoyed a successful acting career for more than 25 years, appearing in more than 30 films and in many guest leads in television. Steve appeared in the hit movie Transformers, as well as Black Hawk Down, Contact, Armageddon, Eraser, and Heat. He also hosted a full 22-episode season of the primetime series Secret Service on NBC. Early in Steve’s career, he spent six years playing the character Andy Richards on the Emmy Award-winning daytime show The Young and the Restless.

Before becoming an actor in 1979, Steve worked on the professional rodeo circuit as a team roper and still ropes today in his spare time. Today, he travels around the country as a motivational speaker for corporate events and conventions, sharing memories of his family’s stay in the White House and his years in Hollywood. Steve served three years on the Board of Directors of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City and currently serves on the board for the President Gerald R. Ford Museum and the Gerald R. Ford Foundation.