Robert Bray

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Robert Bray
Robert Bray
Birthday/Birthplace (1917-10-23)October 23, 1917
Kalispell, Montana, U.S.
Deceased March 7, 1983(1983-03-07)
Bishop, California, U.S.
Cause of death Gunshot wound, accidental
College(s) Lincoln High School (Seattle)
Profession(s) American film and television actor
Active Years 1946–1967
Wife/Husband Joan Loretta Bray (m. 1960, div. 1968)
Dorothy A. Dekiewit (m. 1972, div. 1973)

Robert_Bray’s Biography

Bray was born in Kalispell, Montana. His family moved to Seattle, where Bray studied at Lincoln High School. After graduating, he worked as a lumberjack and cowboy, and was a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps. In 1942 Bray joined the United States Marine Corps, taking action in the South Pacific during World War II. The war ended with the rank of Sergeant Major, and later he wanted to dedicate himself to taxidermy or to be the owner of a hunting and fishing trade.

Instead, Bray made his film debut in 1946 with a contract with RKO, talking about him as “the next Gary Cooper.” In the 1950s, the actor intervened in a variety of roles, including the 1952 episode “Thunder over Inyo”, from the western genre television series The Adventures of Kit Carson. It was also Carl, the bus driver, in Bus Stop, with Marilyn Monroe (1956), and Detective Mike Hammer in My Gun Is Quick (1957). He also worked for the NBC Frontier series, and starring Rod Cameron, City Detective.

In the 1960-1961 television season, Bray worked with Wayne Rogers and Richard Eyer on the ABC series Stagecoach West, a production of the Dick Powell Four Star Television company. B.

Between 1960 and 1963 he worked on three episodes of the NBC western Laramie. He also starred in three episodes of Perry Mason (CBS). He also performed at Temple Houston (NBC), Riverboat with Darren McGavin, Overland Trail (known for its resemblance to Stagecoach West), and The Loretta Young Show. Between 1958 and 1961 he appeared in four episodes of the CBS suspense series Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Other performances were on the ABC programs Maverick and Sugarfoot, the NBC Overland Trail, and State Trooper.

In 1958, Bray was offered a supporting role in Joshua Logan’s South Pacific film, but decided to star in low-budget films for Allied Artists. It was a strategic mistake in his career, as South Pacific became a huge success.

In 1964 Bray got the role of Corey Stuart in Lassie thanks to his love and understanding of animals. On the other hand, Bray starred in three episodes with Bobby Diamond for the NBC series Fury, but was replaced in 1968.

Bray and his wife, Joan (born in 1930), retired to Bishop, in the Sierra Nevada (United States) of eastern California. There he died from an acute myocardial infarction in 1983. Bray’s ashes were scattered on Zuma Beach in Malibu (California), where he had spent part of his youth.

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