Joey Ray

Sep 5, 1904

Bio: In films from 1929, Joey Ray was a busy, albeit nearly anonymous, American general-purpose actor. During the 1930s and 1940s, Ray could usually be found at RKO Radio, playing one-scene bits as nightclub singers, gang leaders, gamblers, and thugs. One of his more noticeable roles was Joe Talbot in Paramount's The Big Clock (1948), an A-budget production which… More


Joey Ray Videos

They Were Expendable
2 minutes 36 seconds
The Shadow Of The Thin Man
1 minutes 39 seconds
Meet The People
30 seconds
The Old Man And The Sea
2 minutes 43 seconds
Kansas City Confidential
2 minutes 5 seconds

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