Not to be confused with Ron Howard from Happy Days.
He is one of my favourite adaptations of Sherlock Holmes, and Played in the TV series from 1954-1955.
I like this version because they had the decency to attempt the styles and technologies of the late 19th century, instead of incorporating motor cars, flapper girls, or Nazis.
It's also very humorous.
The thing about Pen and ink is that it's very unforgiving... no erasers or Ctrl+z! But I'm happy with it, even if it doesn't look exactly like him
Here is the picture I used -> [link]
EDIT: Oh and apparently Ronald Howard is the Son of Leslie Howard, aka "Ashley" from the 1939 "Gone With the Wind".
Other things Howard played in:
-"The Adventures of Robin Hood" (Will Scarlet) (1956)
-"The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theater" in "the Malpas Mystery"(1960)
-"Murder She Said" (Eastley) (1961)
-"Alfred Hitchcock Presents" (James Howgill in 2 episodes) (1959-61)
-"Wuthering Heights" (Lockwood) (1962)