08: Davy Muxlow – Actor/Founder of Ramboard

The Doorpost
September 5, 2014

08: Davy Muxlow – Actor/Founder of Ramboard

GUEST: Davy Muxlow

davypicBorn and raised near Burbank, CA, Davy Muxlow landed his first acting role in 1976 in the Emmy winning film Eleanor and Franklin The White House Years as John Roosevelt Boettiger, the President’s young grandson. He became a member of SAG the same year and has an acting career that’s spans over 35 years. Davy attended the University of Southern California and graduated with a Business degree in Entrepreneurship.

While on the set of She’s All That (where childhood friend Paul Walker was filming), he began a small business called Ram Board. The business quickly grew throughout Hollywood and later expanded nationwide into the construction industry. Ram Board has become a staple in the entertainment and construction industries and distributed in countries as far as Australia and United Arab Emirates.


“Acting is all about honesty… and if you can fake that, then you’ve got it made.” -George Burns


A film editor told his mother that she should get her kids in commercials and to get an agent.


Not hiring a sales team earlier.


Just getting out there and doing something.





One thought on “08: Davy Muxlow – Actor/Founder of Ramboard

  • Judy Gabel (Johnson)

    Hi Davy, My name is Judy Gabel (Johnson). My family attended Village Christian Church in CA with your family in the late 70’s-80’s. Your dad was our SS teacher and we had the best times together. They attended Alan’s 40 b-day party in Canyon Country in 1989. They knew Alan and I sang together in a group and had the honor of leading Martha Williamson (Touched by an Angel – Signed, Sealed, Delivered) to the Lord in 1981. I would so much like to be a hold of either David or Susie….are they on FB? Email perhaps? If I have the wrong Davy, then please disregard, otherwise I would love to connect. Thanks so much, and great job on this project. Judy

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