Robert Bray rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Bray began his acting career with roles in such films as the mystery "Crack-Up" (1946) with Pat O'Brien, the drama "Crossfire" (1947) with Robert Young and the crime picture "Desperate" (1947) with Steve Brodie. He also appeared in the western "Blood on the Moon" (1948) with Robert Mitchum, the Randolph Scott historical film "Return of the Bad Men" (1948) and the drama "The Lusty Men" (1952) with Susan Hayward. He continued to work steadily in film throughout the fifties, appearing in "Main Street to Broadway" (1953) with Tom Morton, the western "The Marshal's Daughter" (1953) with Laurie Anders and "Bus Stop" (1956) with Marilyn Monroe. He also appeared in the Joan Collins dramatic adaptation "The Wayward Bus" (1957). He also worked in television around this time, including a part on "Lassie" (CBS, 1954-1974). During the latter part of his career, he continued to act in the John Drew Barrymore dramatic adaptation "Never Love a Stranger" (1958), "Never So Few" (1959) with Frank Sinatra and the Rock Hudson drama "A Gathering of Eagles" (1963). He held additional roles in television including a part on "The Twilight Zone" (CBS, 1959-1964). Most recently, Bray appeared in "With This Ring" (Lifetime, 2014).