Ray Ford

  • Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, United States
  • Profession: Actor
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Fast Facts

  • Started singing as a kid and first appeared on stage at age 10 in a school production of Texas Our Texas.
  • Was president of his high-school drama club.
  • Moved to New York City after college and appeared in several theatrical productions there and around the country.
  • Made his big-screen debut in the 2004 independent drama Brother to Brother.
  • Had a recurring role, over five seasons, as a paramedic on Grey's Anatomy.
  • Was promoted to a series regular for the second season of Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, playing James Van Der Beek's snarky assistant. 
  • Is a member of the Critical Mass Performance Group in Los Angeles.


  • Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
<i style="">Homecoming</i>, <i style="">When They See Us</i>, <i style="">Tidying Up with Marie Kondo</i>, <i style="">Stranger Things 3</i>

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