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Ray Tracey


Ray Tracey is an actor and producer, known for Centennial (1978), Shadow Wolves (2019) and Bret Maverick (1981). See full bio »

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Known For

Centennial Young Lame Beaver
(1978)
(2019)
Bret Maverick Geronimo
(1982)
Hart to Hart Tom Raintree
(1981)

Filmography

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 2019 Shadow Wolves
Lamar
 1982 Private Benjamin (TV Series)
Kevin
- Sacred Land (1982) ... Kevin
 1982 Bret Maverick (TV Series)
Geronimo
- Horse of Yet Another Color (1982) ... Geronimo
 1981 Hart to Hart (TV Series)
Tom Raintree
- Murder in the Saddle (1981) ... Tom Raintree
 1980 Seems Like Old Times
Robert
 1980 Lou Grant (TV Series)
Gordon Davis
- Indians (1980) ... Gordon Davis
 1980 Young Maverick (TV Series)
Russell Two Eagles
- Makin' Tracks (1980) ... Russell Two Eagles
 1978 Centennial (TV Mini-Series)
Young Lame Beaver
- Only the Rocks Live Forever (1978) ... Young Lame Beaver
 1978 How the West Was Won (TV Series)
Teel-O
- Gold (1978) ... Teel-O
- Robber's Roost (1978) ... Teel-O
 1976 Joe Panther
Joe Panther
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 2019 Shadow Wolves (co-executive producer)
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 1977 Indian (Documentary)
Self
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A Navajo, he came to acting as a young man. But he soon got tired of the roles that were "offered" to Native Americans, exclusively ethnic and, when set in present days, generally dealing with protecting a burial ground from constructing, building contractors, crooked estate agents...etc. He seems to have left the film industry and has become a renowned designer and manufacturer of Native jewelry... See more »

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