Ray Girardin

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Ray Girardin
Born Charles Raymond Girardin
(1953-01-23) 23 January 1953 (age 69)
Wakefield, Massachusetts, U.S.
Occupation Actor / Director
Years active 1968-Present

Ray Girardin (born Charles Raymond Girardin on January 23, 1953 in Wakefield, Massachusetts) is an American actor and director.

Life and career

Girardin studied acting at Boston University on the GI Bill, got his Equity card at the Charles Playhouse, then went off to New York where he did a lot of stage work and met his wife Marlene. With a move to Hollywood, he found himself in front of cameras at MGM working with Julie Andrews on the movie Star!. In the next 30 years, Ray directed, taught acting, and appeared in more than 200 films, television series and commercials as well as starring as the naughty Howie Dawson on ABC's General Hospital from 1968 to 1974. Other television appearances include Law & Order, Cosby, L.A. Law, Murder, She Wrote (as Lt. Casey), St. Elsewhere, Hill Street Blues, Dallas, Newhart, Benson, Happy Days, Barney Miller (as Vince Licori) and The Man from U.N.C.L.E..

Since last appearing in a Hollywood acting vehicle in the late 1990's, Girardin has moved back to the East Coast, to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in the area of his hometown. Now back on the east coast, Ray is happy to be directing at the Academy of Performing Arts where he has directed productions of Grease, Biloxi Blues, Amadeus, Lend Me a Tenor and Social Security.

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