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Ray Stricklyn Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: May 14, 2002

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 [[Feature~V128327~Proud and the Profane~theproudandprofane]] (1956), Stricklyn signed with 20th Century-Fox, where he offered steadfast support to such larger luminaries as [[Performer~P76135~Richard Widmark~richardwidmark]] ([[Feature~V98814~The Last Wagon~thelastwagon]] [1956]), [[Performer~P14817~Gary Cooper~garycooper]] ([[Feature~V49025~Ten North Frederick~tennorthfrederick]] [1957]) and [[Performer~P58546~Claude Rains~clauderains]] ([[Feature~V100251~The Lost World~thelostworld]] [1960]). Good-looking in an assembly line way, Stricklyn was a stalwart of second-feature westerns in the '60s like [[Feature~V118094~Young Jesse James~youngjessejames]] (1960) and [[Feature~V2832~Arizona Raiders~arizonaraiders]] (1965). Ray Stricklyn never quite achieved full stardom, but it certainly wasn't from lack of exposure. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi