Birthplace and date: Baltimore; March 4, 1975.

Marital status: Married to Melanie Dillon.

Children: Ronald Dillon III, who is nicknamed Trey, 21/2; Olivia Dillon, 11 months.

College: University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Celebrity I most resemble: Ron Howard.

My most notable characteristic or personality trait: Willingness to listen, calmness.

I'd love to trade places for a day with: Anybody that works a 40-hour week.

Nobody knows I: Can't tell; then everyone will know.

Favorite quote: "Creditability before profitability." -- My dad.

Best book I've ever read: "Beautiful Swimmers: Watermen, Crabs and the Chesapeake Bay," by William W. Warner.

Favorite TV show of all time: "According to Jim."

Restaurant in my district where my constituents would most likely run into me: With two young kids, constituents are most likely to see me in the carryout line at Texas Roadhouse or breakfasting alone at Cookie's Kitchen.

My favorite restaurant outside my district: Snyders Willow Grove in Linthicum.

Favorite cake: Carvel ice cream cake.

Car I drive: A 2001 BMW 330Ci daily; a 1993 Ford Mustang Cobra occasionally.

Best car I've ever had: Hard decision. For thrill and speed, I would say my 1981 Pontiac Trans Am that looked like it came from "Smokey and the Bandit"; for family, the BMW; and best overall, the 1993 Mustang Cobra.

Politician I most admire: None.

Favorite president: Ronald Reagan.

Most important influence in my life: Parents, the obvious parent-son relationship, but I've also worked with my dad on a daily basis since I was 16.

Favorite place to vacation: Not picky. Anywhere with a beach and warm sun. Normally Ocean City, Md.

Most interesting place I ever visited: Key West, Fla.

Pet peeve: Egos and people who only talk about themselves.

Impression people have of me that I would most like to change: Don't know of any. Would change them if I did.

Impression people have of Anne Arundel County that I would most like to change: Well, I think there is a general mistrust of government and in many cases rightfully so. Would like people to realize that there are people in government that do care and are honest.

Ron Dillon, right, with wife Melanie Dillon, son Trey, 21/2, and daughter Olivia, 11 months, visiting Kinder Farm Park near their home in Millersville.Benjamin Franklin is the historical figure Dillon would most like to meet.The best movie Dillon has ever seen: "The Blues Brothers."