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Connie Ray

 

Connie Ray

Connie Ray
Born Constance Ray
(1956-07-10) July 10, 1956 (age 57)
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.
Occupation Actress/Playwright
Years active 1991—present

Constance "Connie" Ray (born July 10, 1956) is an American film and television actress and playwright. Among her highest profile appearances are Thank You for Smoking (2006) and Stuart Little (1999), and the television drama ER (1997). She also appeared in Ice Princess (2005) and on George Lopez (2002).

Ray wrote the bluegrass gospel musical Smoke On The Mountain, which opened Off Broadway in 1990, "Sander's Family Christmas" and "Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming"; three of the most produced musicals in the US for the last twenty years.[1]

Connie Ray studied acting at East Carolina University. She earned an MFA from Ohio University in the early 1980s.

Filmography

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Very Brady Sequel, AA Very Brady Sequel Annoyed Flight Attendant
1996 Space Jam Owner's Girlfriend
1996 My Fellow Americans Genny
1997 Speed 2: Cruise Control Fran Fisher
1998 Hope Floats Bobbi-Claire
1999 Idle Hands Mom Tobias
1999 Stuart Little Aunt Tina Little
2000 Lost Souls Mother
2002 Time Machine, TheThe Time Machine Teacher
2002 About Schmidt Vicki Rusk
2003 How to Deal Marion Smith
2004 Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius Clara Jones
2005 Ice Princess Nikki's Mom
2005 Thank You for Smoking Pearl
2006 Flourish Wendy Covner
2006 Flags of Our Fathers Mrs. Sousley
2007 Welcome to Paradise Patsy Nellis
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1991 Harry and the Hendersons Ginger Higgs Episode: "Harry Goes Ape"
1991-1992 Torkelsons, TheThe Torkelsons Millicent Torkelson Main role (20 episodes)
1992 Quantum Leap Carol Pruitt Episode: "Killin' Time"
1993 Almost Home Millicent Torkelson Main role (13 episodes)
1993 L.A. Law Philomena Bannister Episode: "Leap of Faith"
1995 Murphy Brown Ms. Howard Episode: "Murphy's Law"
1995 Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story Shane TV movie
1996 Coach Mary Luba Episode: "Nice Guys Get Cut"
1996 Dream On Mandy Episode: "Second Time Aground"
1997 Touched by an Angel Sandra Mills Episode: "The Road Home: Part 1"
1997 Promised Land Sandra Mills Episode: "The Road Home: Part 2"
1997 ER Glenda Episode: "Friendly Fire"
1998 Pretender, TheThe Pretender Deputy Marilyn Miller Episode: "Red Rock Jarod"
1999 Veronica's Closet Jan Schaefer Episode: "Veronica's Big Homecoming"
1999 It's Like, You Know... Beverly Episode: "Two Days in the Valley"
2000 Zoe Betty Episode: "The Feud"
2002 Andy Richter Controls the Universe Lorie Episode: "Wedding"
2002 Providence Hazel 3 episodes
2002 George Lopez Debbie Episode: "No Free Launch"
2003 Less than Perfect Nona Episode: "High Maintenance"
2005 Still Standing Joy Episode: "Still Bill Vol. 1"
2006 Still Standing Joy Episode: "Still Deceitful"
2006 Twenty Good Years Susan Episode: "John's Old Lady"
2007 My Name Is Earl Mrs. Clevenger Episode: "Burn Victim"
2008 Greek Norma Episode: "47 Hours and 11 Minutes"
2008 Worst Week Sheila Episode: "The Cake"
Episode: "The Wedding"
2011 Justified Mrs. Reasoner Episode: "Blaze of Glory"
2011 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Biological Mother Episode: "Double Standards"
2011 Big C, TheThe Big C Principal Benson Episode: "The Little C"
2012 Big C, TheThe Big C Principal Connie Schuler Episode: "What's Your Story?"
2012 Hart of Dixie Mrs. Beaudry Episode: "Walkin' After Midnight"
Theatre
Year Title Role Theatre
2010 Next Fall Arlene Helen Hayes Theatre

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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