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Ray Grey (1890–1925)

Ray Grey was born on February 19, 1890 in San Diego, California, USA as Raymond S. Grey. He was a director and actor, known for Down on the Farm (1920), Soft Pedal (1926) and Andy Takes a Flyer (1925). He died on April 18, 1925 in Glendale, California. See full bio »
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 1926 Hired and Fired (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1926 The Only Son (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1926 Pay the Cashier (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1926 Soft Pedal (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1926 Don't Butt In (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1926 Between Meals (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1925 Andy Takes a Flyer (Short)
 1922 The Sleuth (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1922 Home Made Movies (Short) (as Ray Gray)
 1922 Stand Pat (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1922 Loose Change (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1922 Try, Try Again (Short) (as Raymond Grey)
 1920/I Down on the Farm (as Ray Gray)
 1919 A Lady's Tailor (Short)
 1919 Salome vs. Shenandoah (Short)
 1919 Among Those Present (Short)
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Raymond Gray | Ray Gray | Raymond Grey | Ron Grey

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Father of actress Virginia Grey.

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