Biography from 1989 Excellent Adventure
After earning a master of fine arts degree from Brandeis University, Loomis
attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, then toured with the national
companies of "1776," "The Merry Widow," "The Sound of
Music" and "Uncle Vanya." His screen credits include "Body
Double," "Beastmaster" and "Man on a Swing." His many
television appearances include roles on "Dynasty," "Matt
Houston," "General Hospital" and "The Young and the
Since his appearance in Excellent Adventure, Rod Loomis
has made only a few television appearances on shows such as The Bold and the
Beautiful, 7th Heaven and performed in the PBS TV movie The Song of the
Lark. He also appeared in a 2006 episode of Stargate: SG-1.
As one of our visitors, Anthony Lopez, explained on his
Gallery Page, Rod Loomis made an appearance at the Greater Jacksonville
Church of Religious Science and sang for the congregation in May 2000. It
appears he is now employed as an ordained minister.
We found a couple of references to Rod Loomis performing on
stage in recent years. One mentioned he performed in King Lear at Southern
Illinois University Carbondale (we could not ascertain when this took place) and
another source indicates he may be connected with the Sacramento Theater
Company, performing in a play called Benched in 2001. We also found
a mention of a performance by Rod Loomis at the Delta King Riverboat Theatre in
Sacramento around this same time. More recently he is listed as having
directed a stage production of Criminal Minds for the River Stage in
Sacramento for their 2006 - 2007 season.
In 2010, Rod
Loomis appeared in the documentary The Singularity is Near.
For a list of Rod's acting credits,
please visit the Internet Movie Database