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Ray Stricklyn

Lowest Rated:   17% The Catered Affair (1956)
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One of many handsome studio contractees of the '50s, American actor Ray Stricklyn seldom rose any farther than "second lead" status. After a few years' stage work and his film debut in Paramount's Proud and the Profane (1956), Stricklyn signed with 20th Century-Fox, where he offered steadfast support to such larger luminaries as Richard Widmark (The Last Wagon [1956]), Gary Cooper (Ten North Frederick [1957]) and Claude Rains (The Lost World [1960]). Good-looking in an assembly line way, Stricklyn was a stalwart of second-feature westerns in the '60s like Young Jesse James (1960) and Arizona Raiders (1965). Ray Stricklyn never quite achieved full stardom, but it certainly wasn't from lack of exposure.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Danielle Steel's 'Secrets'
  • Bernie Majors
1991
No Score Yet Jealousy
  • Sheriff
1984
No Score Yet Dogpound Shuffle
  • Actor
1975
No Score Yet Arizona Raiders
  • Danny Bonner
1965
No Score Yet The Plunderers
  • Jeb
1960
No Score Yet Young Jesse James
  • Jesse James
1960
No Score Yet The Lost World
  • David
1960
No Score Yet The Big Fisherman
  • Deran
1959
No Score Yet The Return of Dracula
  • Tim Hansen
1958
No Score Yet The Rack
  • Ryson
1956
No Score Yet The Last Wagon
  • Clint
1956
82% Somebody Up There Likes Me
  • Bryson
1956
17% The Catered Affair
  • Eddie Hurley
1956
No Score Yet Crime in the Streets
  • Benny
1956

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Seinfeld
1989-1998
  • Actor
  • 1996
No Score Yet Cheers
1982-1993
  • Guest
  • Ed
  • 1991

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