Ray is an American actor who has appeared in several co-star and supporting roles in film and television to include a starring role in Hallmark Channel's "True Love Blooms" with Sara Rue and Jordan Bridges. He has also co-starred in "Murder Made Me Famous" and "Scandal Made Me Famous" on the Reelz Channel along with several films to include "The Good Exorcist" for the El Rey Channel and "Something In The Woods" on Amazon Prime. Ray has performed in, and directed, live theater. He was fortunate to be featured in a recurring role as the butler to the villain in the reboot of the "Dallas" television series. Ray has worked in radio and produced a regional television program for several years having interviewed many celebrities to include Oscar winning actor Jack Palance, Dan Haggerty ("Grizzly Adams"), R. Lee Ermey, singer Brad Paisley, and others. He founded and was the Charter President of a non-profit theater corporation in 1990. In 2004, the Ridgecrest City Council presented Ray with a proclamation honoring him for his support in the community and his work in radio and television. Ray was honored by the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy at China Lake, California for his support of their mission to include the Toys for Tots campaign and emceeing various events. He has served as a volunteer with the USO at Fort Hood, Texas and was honored by the U.S. Army for his support of deploying soldiers. Ray relocated to Texas with his wife, Jennie, in 2004 and lived there for 14 years. In late 2018, they relocated to the Tampa Bay Area in Florida. Ray is represented by Brevard Talent Group in Orlando, Florida; Paramount Talent in Austin, Texas; and ADR talent in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is originally from the Los Angeles area having been raised in the communities of Duarte and Temple City and lived for several years in Ridgecrest, California, a city he considers his hometown. Ray is a proud veteran of the United States Army having served in the mid 1960s.