American actor Ray Buffer is not very well known. He began a successful career in the Great Arts when he was 13. He is a professional singer and has sung with opera companies, regional theaters, and orchestras.
Ray Buffer Net worth
Ray Buffer is a person with many skills. Besides acting, he likes to sing and does voice-over work. It is estimated that he is worth $5 million. He became famous for playing Stage Supervisor Darrell on the Emmy-winning HBO comedy series Curb Your Enthusiasm and touring the United States with the Mantovani Orchestra.
September 2, 1969
53 years old
South Florida, USA
Ray Buffer Childhood
Ray Buffer was born in West Palm Beach, Florida, on September 2, 1969. He supposedly went to a university in south Florida to study musical theater. Ray Buffer first started acting when he was 13 years old. He was born in Greenacres, Florida, to Delana (Hawks), a housekeeper and housewife, and Raymond Ernest Buffer, Sr., a landscaper.
After he graduated, he moved to Central Florida and kept working as a professional singer and performer at different places and events. Ray has also worked on several Florida stages as a Producer, Director, and Musical Director. Since moving to Southern California, Ray has worked as an actor in many different kinds of media, such as feature films, TV shows, commercials, music videos, and voiceovers.
Ray Buffer Married Life
He and his ex-wife, writer, and actress Roberta McMillan got a divorce in 2009, even though they did not have any kids together. He just moved to Long Beach, California, and is now managed by Clayton Music Management (CMM). Jacqueline Stander of The Stander Group is his agent.
Ray Buffer Career
Before moving to Huntington Beach, California, in 1999, Buffer was an actor in Orlando, Florida, and other cities across the country. Together with McMillan, he produced and directed the documentary Rats & Bullies. The story of a young woman named Dawn-Marie Wesley, who killed herself after being bullied in Mission, British Columbia, Canada, is used to talk about relational aggression.
Because of how well the film did at film festivals, the director was asked to give talks at places all over the U.S. and Canada. Since 2004, Buffer has been a guest star on TV and in movies. His most famous role was as a Stage Manager on the HBO show Curb Your Enthusiasm.
After four years as the general manager of Long Beach Opera, Buffer started his own theater company in San Pedro, California, called The Relevant Stage. He mostly put on musicals there until 2011.
Again, in 2014, Buffer and his business partner, Jonas Sills, started a new theater company called Art-In-Relation. The company started in Long Beach, California, but it also has offices in Los Angeles and Hollywood, where its work is done. Buffer is a busy bass-baritone soloist, but he is also a voice-over artist for TV, movies, and theater. His voice is deep, powerful, and resonant.