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Ray Vitte (1949–1983)

Ray Vitte was born on November 20, 1949 in New York City, New York, USA as Raymond Anthony Vitte. He was an actor, known for Up in Smoke (1978), Nine to Five (1980) and Thank God It's Friday (1978). He was married to Ernesta. He died on February 20, 1983 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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 1982 The Powers of Matthew Star (TV Series)
Dr. Baker
- Fugitives (1982) ... Dr. Baker
 1982 The Quest (TV Series)
Cody Johnson
- R.S.V.P. (1982) ... Cody Johnson
- Daddy's Home (1982) ... Cody Johnson
- Hunt for the White Tiger (1982) ... Cody Johnson
- A Prince of a Fellow (1982) ... Cody Johnson
- Escape from a Velvet Box (1982) ... Cody Johnson
 1981 Gimme a Break! (TV Series)
Ken
- A Good Man Is Hard to Find (1981) ... Ken
 1981 Grambling's White Tiger (TV Movie)
Rags
 1981 Quincy M.E. (TV Series)
Man
- Vigil of Fear (1981) ... Man
 1980 Number 96 (TV Series)
Harry
- Chick Hits It Big (1980) ... Harry
 1980 Heart Beat
Undercover Agent
 1980 Cruising
 1979 The Man in the Santa Claus Suit (TV Movie)
Eddie
 1979 CHiPs (TV Series)
Don
- Wheeling (1979) ... Don
 1979 A Force of One
Newton
 1978-1979 David Cassidy - Man Undercover (TV Series)
Officer T.J. Epps
- Teammates (1979)
- Firestorm (1978)
- Flashpoint (1978)
- Baby Makes Three (1978)
- Running the Hill (1978) ... Officer T.J. Epps
 1978 Up in Smoke
The Band: Bass - James
 1978 Mother, Juggs & Speed (TV Short)
Mother
 1978 Thank God It's Friday
Bobby Speed
 1977 What's Happening!! (TV Series)
Gene / Dean
- The Tickets (1977) ... Gene
- The Boarder (1977) ... Dean
 1977 Charlie's Angels (TV Series)
Sharp
- Terror on Ward One (1977) ... Sharp
 1976 Car Wash
Geronimo
 1976 Doc (TV Series)
Woody Henderson
- And Stanley Makes Three (1976) ... Woody Henderson
- A Little Night Visitor (1976) ... Woody Henderson
- The Westside Clinic and Deli (1976) ... Woody Henderson
- Mama Doc (1976) ... Woody Henderson
- EKG and Vote for Me (1976) ... Woody Henderson
 1975 Harry O (TV Series)
Richie Harris / Bama
- Exercise in Fatality (1975) ... Richie Harris
- Street Games (1975) ... Bama
 1975 America, You're On (TV Movie)
Carlyle Green II
 1974-1975 That's My Mama (TV Series)
Freddie Hampton
- A Man from the Past (1975) ... Freddie Hampton
- A Date with Judy (1975) ... Freddie Hampton
- That's Earl, Brother (1975) ... Freddie Hampton
- Trial and Error (1975) ... Freddie Hampton
- The Hero (1975) ... Freddie Hampton
 1975 Police Story (TV Series)
Slow Pony / Con / Alvin Lewis
- The Cut Man Caper (1975) ... Slow Pony
- A Community of Victims (1975) ... Con
- The Execution (1975) ... Alvin Lewis
 1975 Starsky and Hutch (TV Series)
Tony
- Savage Sunday (1975) ... Tony
 1975 Joe Forrester (TV Series)
Ethan Gates
- Stake Out (1975) ... Ethan Gates
 1975 Sky Heist (TV Movie)
Deputy Rick Busby
 1974 Police Woman (TV Series)
Ron Daniels
- Smack (1974) ... Ron Daniels
 1974 Sanford and Son (TV Series)
Louis
- Sanford and Niece (1974) ... Louis
 1974 Cannon (TV Series)
- The Exchange (1974)
 1974 Airport 1975
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1973 Kojak (TV Series)
Prisoner
- Requiem for a Cop (1973) ... Prisoner
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: What the Wine-Sellers Buy. Written by Ron Milner [earliest Broadway credit]. Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto. Directed by Michael Schultz. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 14 Feb 1974- 17 Mar 1974 (37 performances + 11 previews that began on 31 Jan 1974). Cast: Frank Adu (as "Hustler/Old Bob") [Broadway debut], Marilyn Coleman [... See more »
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Trivia:

Died after a scuffle with the LAPD on the evening of February 20, 1983.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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