Gary Gray (1936-2006)
Frequently cast as a "Davey," "Johnny" or "Tommy" in films of the 1940s and 1950s.
Died April 4, 2006, of cancer. He was 69.
Key credits include: 1948's Rachel and the Stranger, in which he played "Davey" opposite William Holden and Robert Mitchum; 1948's Return of the Bad Men, in which he played "Johnny" opposite Randolph Scott; 1950's The Next Voice You Hear, in which he played "Johnny" opposite future first lady Nancy Davis (Reagan); and 1951's The Painted Hills, in which he played "Tommy" opposite Lassie.
Doted on by Joan Crawford on the set of 1941's A Woman's Face, his film debut.
TV/film work dried up in the early 1960s.
Post-Hollywood, worked in pool-equipment sales.
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