Bray, Thom 1954–
BRAY, Thom 1954–
(Thomas Edward Bray)
Born April 6, 1954; married Jane Staugus.
Addresses: Agent— Endeavor, 9701 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.
Career: Actor, writer, and producer. Instructor of television studies and writing, Marylhurst College and Portland State University, Portland, OR.
Television Appearances; Series:
Cyril, Breaking Away, ABC, 1980.
Murray "Boz" Bozinsky, Riptide, NBC, 1984.
Lawrence Pendelton, Harry, ABC, 1987.
Voice of Uncle Wilbur Finletter, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (animated), Fox, 1990.
Barnyard Commandos, syndicated, 1990.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Molson, An Uncommon Love, CBS, 1983.
Eddie, Last of the Great Survivors, CBS, 1984.
Intern, Anatomy of an Illness, CBS, 1984.
Paul Castle, Lady Mobster, ABC, 1988.
Harvey Rosen, Child in the Night (also known as Testimone oculare ), CBS, 1990.
Toolbox, Defenders of Dynatron City, 1992.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Ralph Gurling, Concrete Beat, ABC, 1984.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Young reporter, "Hometown," Lou Grant, 1981.
Sheldon Quarry, "Signed, Steeled and Delivered," Remington Steele, NBC, 1982.
Hal, "First Things First," One Day at a Time, CBS, 1982.
Joeis Canyon (some sources cite Toby Kenyon), "ACry for Help," Quincy, NBC, 1983.
Dorian Beecher, "Night of the Headless Horseman," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987.
"Daryl Ross & The Supremes," Mancuso, FBI, NBC, 1990.
Jerry/Norman Bates, "Trivial Pursuit," Hearts Afire, CBS, 1993.
Techo president, "Wasteland," The District, CBS, 2002.
Also appeared as voice, Scooby–Doo (animated); voice, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (animated); voice, The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda, syndicated; in Lottery!; and Private Benjamin.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Prime Times, NBC, 1983.
The NBC All–Star Hour, NBC, 1985.
Television Supervising Producer; Episodic:
Evening Shade, CBS, 1990.
Kirk, The WB, 1995.
Fired Up, NBC, 1997.
Ben, The Prowler (also known as The Graduation and Rosemary's Killer ), Blue Underground, 1981.
Shoplifter in bookstore, Burglar, Warner Bros., 1987.
Etchinson, Prince of Darkness (also known as John Carpenter's Prince of Darkness ), Universal, 1987.
John "Johnny" Hodges, DeepStar Six (also known as Deep Star Six ), TriStar, 1989.
Peter Campbell, The Horror Show (also known as Horror House; House 3: April 21, 2004; and House III: The Horror Show ), United Artists, 1989.
(With Michael Ross) "It's a Wonderful Life," Designing Women, CBS, 1990.
(With Ross) "The Emperor's New Nose," Designing Women, CBS, 1991.
(With Ross) "The Pride of Sugarbakers," Designing Women, CBS, 1991.
(With Ross) "Last Tango in Atlanta," Designing Women, CBS, 1991.
(With Ross) "Julia and Rusty, Sittin' in a Tree," Designing Women, CBS, 1991.
(With Ross) Evening Shade, CBS, 1991–1994.
(With Ross) "The Perfect Christmas," Hearts Afire, CBS, 1994.
(With Ross) "The New Kids on the Block," The Crew (also known as Cabin Pressure ), Fox, 1996.
(With Ross) "For Whom the Wedding Bells Toll: Part 2," Kirk, The WB, 1996.
(With Ross) "Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave: Part 1," Kirk, The WB, 1996.
(With Ross) "Are We Not Friends?," Fired Up, NBC, 1997.
(With Ross) "Where There's Smoke," Fired Up, NBC, 1997.
(As Thomas Edward Bray) "Deep in My Heart Is a Song," Now and Again, CBS, 2000.
(As Thomas Edward Bray) "There Are No Words," Now and Again, CBS, 2000.
(As Thomas Edward Bray) "Lap Dance," Nash Bridges (also known as Bridges ), CBS, 2000.
(As Thomas Edward Bray) "Grave Robbers," Nash Bridges (also known as Bridges ), CBS, 2000.
(As Thomas Edward Bray) "Blood Bots," Nash Bridges (also known as Bridges ), CBS, 2001.
Also wrote (with Ross) the unaired episodes "Lustline" and "With Sex, You Get Eggroll!," both Fired Up, NBC.
The Designing Women Special: Their Finest Hour, CBS, 1990.