Kristi Ray: An Indie Film Actor



New Bern native, Kristi Ray has been acting for over twelve years. Now 20, she has a string of impressive credits attached to her name. In the past two years Kristi Ray has captured audiences in a good handful of NC indie films such as Josh Clayton's The Virgins (http://www.joshclaytonfilm.com/) where she plays the passive and eerily shy Danielle. She is scheduled to appear in a Native American Epic titled Fall of the Hunter's Moon later this year and is currently filming a comedy titled Change where she delights as the light hearted love interest.

A natural talent with a striking presence and undeniable energy, Kristi Ray enjoys portraying raw, emotionally compelling characters most; although her film credits include everything from civil war drama to horror films like Pieces of Talent (http://www.piecesoftalent.com/) which she recently wrapped in Wilmington. Kristi Ray admits the leading role of Charlotte in Pieces was both challenging and exciting, and she's excited for audiences to see her full potiential blossom in this character.

 "Charlotte is nothing like me, she is angsty, broken, and very rough around the edges. Having the opportunity to explore all this was increadible. I couldn't have asked for a more engaging role." Only good things are to be said about this determined, young actress who producers say "Is not just nice to look at. She has a rare light that shines outward towards others, and this light is captured on camera as well." Kristi Ray is whimsical at heart, a unique and creative individual from a small town..with big dreams.

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3 Response to "Kristi Ray: An Indie Film Actor"

  1. Anonymous Says:
    October 17, 2010 at 3:38 PM

    Right on!

  2. Anonymous Says:
    October 17, 2010 at 7:59 PM

    <3

  3. Pieces of Talent says:
    October 30, 2010 at 10:53 AM

    Kristi has something special, raw talent that is not too often realized.
    It was a pleasure to have worked with her and I am extremely proud that she is a part of our film.

    -Joe Stauffer
    Director - "Pieces of Talent"

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