Originally from Norwich, NY, Wray and his family moved to Texas when he was very young. In High School he became interested in theater and after graduating, decided to pursue acting at Angelo State University where his love of acting grew along with his stage credits. At ASU, he had the opportunity to study under Academy Award Winner and former Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President, Karl Malden. Wray attributes much of what he learned at that early stage in his career to the time spent with Karl, and his professors Raymond Carver, Bill Watts, James Worley, and Marion Castleberry. In addition to acting he studied technical theater and design and in 2000 he became the Technical Director and Resident Designer at Angelo Civic Theater. While working backstage and behind the scenes, he always referred to himself as "an Actor acting like a Technical Director." Wray spent the next 4 yrs designing, building, lighting and directing in addition to acting in many plays on that stag

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