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Also Known As: Raymond Barry, Ray Barry Died:
Born: March 14, 1939 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Hempstead, New York, USA Profession: actor, director, writer

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A slim, intense character actor, Barry has had a career that has slowly built up steam since the 1960s. Active as both actor, playwright and director in experimental theater, he has worked with such NYC groups as Open Theater, The New York Shakespeare Company and Living Theater. Barry made his Broadway debut in "The Leaf People" (1975) and also appeared off-Broadway in "Landscape of the Body" (1977), "Curse of the Starving Class" (1978), "Antigone" (1982) and "Once in Doubt" (1989).

A slim, intense character actor, Barry has had a career that has slowly built up steam since the 1960s. Active as both actor, playwright and director in experimental theater, he has worked with such NYC groups as Open Theater, The New York Shakespeare Company and Living Theater. Barry made his Broadway debut in "The Leaf People" (1975) and also appeared off-Broadway in "Landscape of the Body" (1977), "Curse of the Starving Class" (1978), "Antigone" (1982) and "Once in Doubt" (1989).

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 Hammer, The (2010)
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 American Crude (2008)
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 Bobby Z (2007)
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 Steel City (2006)
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 Hotel California (2006)
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 Little Children (2006)
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1962:
Stage debut, in "The Brig" (New York)
1975:
Broadway debut, in "The Leaf People"
1977:
Film debut, in "Between the Lines"
1978:
TV-movie debut, in "Daddy, I Don't Like It Like This" (CBS)
1983:
Playwriting debut "Once in Doubt" (also acted)
1998:
Appeared on the short-lived TV series "Four Corners" (CBS)
1998:
Played the father of a computer executive in "Hyperion Bay" (The WB)
2001:
Acted in "The Deep End"; screened at Sundance
2002:
Co-starred in the mystery feature "Interview With The Assassin"
2003:
Played Ashton Kutcher's father in the comedy, "Just Married"
2004:
Played Senator Reed in Season three of "Alias" (Fox)
2006:
Played Bullhorn Bob in Todd Field's "Little Children"
2006:
Cast in the indie feature, "Steel City"; earned an Independent Spirit Award Nomination for Best Supporting Male
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Education

Brown University: Providence , Rhode Island -
School of Drama, Yale University: New Haven , Connecticut -

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wife:
Robyn Mundell. Actor.

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father:
Raymond Barry. Salesman.
mother:
Barbara Barry. Actor.
daughter:
Oona Barry.

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"Mother'Son and Other Plays"

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