Ray Teal

Ray Teal

  • Born on
    • January 12th, 1902
  • Died on
    • April 2nd, 1976
Ray Elgin Teal was an American actor. His most famous role came on the television series Bonanza (1959–1972). He also appeared in several films such as Western Jamboree (1938), The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), The Black Arrow (1948), Ace in the Hole (1951) and Judgment at Nuremberg (1961).

Starring Ray Teal on Plex


Acting (96 Credits)

1974The Hanged Man as Judge Homer Bayne
1970The Liberation of L.B. Jones as Chief of Police
1964Bullet for a Badman as Townsman
1963Cattle King as Edwin 'Ed' Winters (Teton Ranch Foreman)
1961Posse from Hell as Banker
1961One-Eyed Jacks as Barney
1961Judgment at Nuremberg as Curtiss Ives
1960Home from the Hill as Dr. Carson
1960Inherit the Wind as Jessie H. Dunlap
1958Gunman's Walk as Jensen Sieverts
1958Saddle the Wind as Brick Larson
1957Band of Angels as Mr. Calloway
1957Decision at Sundown as Morley Chase
1957The Tall Stranger as Cap
1957The Guns of Fort Petticoat as Salt Pork
1956The Burning Hills as Joe Sutton
1955Run for Cover as Sheriff
1955Rage at Dawn as Sheriff of Seymour
1955The Indian Fighter as Morgan
1955The Desperate Hours as State Police Lt. Fredericks
1954The Command as Dr. Trent
1954About Mrs. Leslie as Barney
1954Rogue Cop as Patrolman Mullins
1953The Wild One as Frank Bleeker
1952Carrie as Allen - Bondsman
1952The Captive City as Chief Gillette
1952Jumping Jacks as W.W. Timmons
1952The Turning Point as Clint, Police Captain
1952The Wild North as Ruger
1952Hangman's Knot as Quincey
1951Tomorrow Is Another Day as Mr. Dawson
1951Distant Drums as Pvt. Mohair
1951Along the Great Divide as Deputy Lou Gray
1951Fort Worth as Gabe Clevenger
1951Ace in the Hole as Sheriff Gus Kretzer
1951Home Town Story as Complaining Electrical Worker (uncredited)
1951The Secret of Convict Lake as Sheriff Cromwell
1950Ambush as Capt. J.R. Wolverson
1950The Kid from Texas as Sheriff Rand
1950Our Very Own as Mr. Jim Lynch
1950Edge of Doom as Ned Moore
1950Quicksand as Motorcycle Officer
1950Gun Crazy as California Border Inspector (uncredited)
1950Winchester '73 as Marshall Noonan (uncredited)
1950Convicted as Cell Block / Yard Guard (uncredited)
1950Where Danger Lives as Sheriff Joe Borden (uncredited)
1950No Way Out as Day Deputy in Hospital Prison Ward (uncredited)
1949Streets of Laredo as Henchman Cantrel
1949It Happens Every Spring as Mac (uncredited)
1949Mr. Soft Touch as Squad Car Police Officer (Uncredited)
1948Road House as Policeman (uncredited)
1948Whispering Smith as Seagrue
1948The Man from Colorado as Bartender
1948Walk a Crooked Mile as Police Sergeant
1948Raw Deal as Police Officer
1948Tenth Avenue Angel as Mounted Train Yard Guard (uncredited)
1948Joan of Arc as Bertrand de Poulengy, a squire
1948The Miracle of the Bells as Koslick, Miner
1947Ramrod as Ed Burma
1947Dead Reckoning as Motorcycle Cop
1947Deep Valley as Prison Official
1947My Favorite Brunette as State Trooper Sergeant (uncredited)
1946Decoy as Policeman (uncredited)
1946The Best Years of Our Lives as Mr. Mollett
1946The Strange Woman as Alex Duncan
1946Till the Clouds Roll by as Movie Studio Orchestra Conductor (uncredited)
1945Along Came Jones as Kriendler
1945The Clock as Policeman
1945Adventure as Steve - Maritime Commissioner (uncredited)
1945Captain Kidd as Michael O'Shawn (uncredited)
1945Anchors Aweigh as Assistant Movie Director (uncredited)
1945Back to Bataan as Lt. Col. Roberts (uncredited)
1945Keep Your Powder Dry as Army Captain/Camouflage Leader (uncredited)
1944Cry of the Werewolf as Ed, a Policeman
1944None Shall Escape as Oremski
1944Nothing But Trouble as Policeman
1944The Princess and the Pirate as Guard (uncredited)
1944Bathing Beauty as Adams Club Maitre d' at (uncredited)
1944Hollywood Canteen as Army Captain (uncredited)
1943Whistling in Brooklyn as Traded Beaver Baseall Player (uncredited)
1943Thousands Cheer as Ringmaster at Circus (uncredited)
1943Madame Curie as Driver (uncredited)
1943Slightly Dangerous as Pedestrian lifting Peggy up (uncredited)
1942Woman of the Year as Married Sports Reporter (uncredited)
1942Fingers at the Window as Police Car #12 Driver (uncredited)
1941Billy the Kid as Sammy Axel (uncredited)
1941Ziegfeld Girl as Pawnbroker (Uncredited)
1941Honky Tonk as Poker Player on Train
1941Sergeant York as Marching Soldier (uncredited)
1941They Died with Their Boots on as Barfly (uncredited)
1940Third Finger, Left Hand as Cameraman in Ohio (uncredited)
1940Strange Cargo as Guard (uncredited)
1940Northwest Passage as Bradley McNeil
1940I Love You Again as Watchman (uncredited)
1940New Moon as Bondsman
1940Kitty Foyle as Clarinet Player (uncredited)

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