• Award-winning American actor, known as Buzz from the Home Alone films and Runny from Masterminds
• Son of actors Peter Ratray and Ann Willis, and has a brother named Luke Ratray
• Made his acting debut in the mystery thriller-drama film “Where Are the Children?” in 1986
• Featured in multiple Academy Award-nominated comedy-drama film “Nebraska” (2013), sci-fi action thriller film “Surrogates” (2009), and comedy film “Life Hack” (2017)
• Net Worth of $600,000, 6ft 2ins (1.9m) tall, weighs approximately 230lbs ~ 105kgs, has brown hair and blue eyes
Known for movies
|Net Worth||$400 thousand|
|Date Of Birth||January 11, 1977|
|Mark||Low Mellow Voice|
|Fact||Is friend's with Adam Scarimbolo, who has studied with Devin's mom for years.|
- 1 Who is Devin Ratray?
- 2 Devin Ratray Biography: Age, Childhood, and Education
- 3 Career Beginnings
- 4 Rise to Stardom
- 5 Most Recent Projects
- 6 Devin Ratray Net Worth, Body Statistics, Height, and Weight
- 7 Devin Ratray Personal Life, Marriage, Wife, Dating, Trivia
- 8 General Info
- 9 Family
- 10 Accomplishments
- 11 Social profile links
- 12 Marks
- 13 Quotes
- 14 Facts
- 15 Pictures
- 16 Movies
- 17 Awards
Who is Devin Ratray?
Devin Ratray is an award-winning American actor, who is known to the world as Buzz in the family comedy films “Home Alone” (1990), and “Home Alone 2” (1992), and more recently as Runny in the comedy film “Masterminds” (2016), in addition to numerous other projects on which he worked in his acting career.
#HomeAlone's Buzz, #DevinRatray turns 38 today!! pic.twitter.com/oqLtjcw6xj
— GeekFeed (@GeekFeedDotCom) January 11, 2015
Devin Ratray Biography: Age, Childhood, and Education
Devin D. Ratray was born on the 11th January 1977 in New York USA, into a show business family – Devin is the son of actors Peter Ratray and his wife Ann Willis, and has a brother named Luke Ratray. His father, Peter is best known as George Potter in the TV series “The New People” (1969-1970), while his mother Ann played Jeanette MacDonald in the film “Train Ride to Hollywood” (1975). From an early age, he was introduced to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, and began acting when he was only nine years old.
However, he still matriculated from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School in 1994.
Devin made his acting debut in the mystery thriller-drama film “Where Are the Children?” in 1986, starring Jill Clayburn, Max Gail, and Harley Cross, and before the decade ended, made a few more on-screen appearances, including in the action-adventure film “The River Pirates” (1988) and in the TV comedy series “Heartland” (1989). Also, he was Ronnie Coleman in the comedy film “Little Monsters”.
The following year, Devin secured the role of Buzz in what turned out to be a cult film – “Home Alone”, starring Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, and Daniel Stern. He repeated the role in the sequel “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” in 1992, and continued with roles in the comedy “Dennis the Menace” the following year, and drama “Strong Island Boys” (1997).
Rise to Stardom
From the late ‘90s until the mid- 2000s, Devin wasn’t very active as an actor, as he was focused on other interests, but in 2007 he was JJ in the film “The Cake Eaters”.
Slowly he started getting more popular roles, and in 2009 he was Bobby in the sci-fi action thriller film “Surrogates”, with Bruce Willis as the main star, and starred in the comedy film “The Flying Scissors”, next to Mason Petit and Matthew Arkin. In 2011, Devin stunned the world with the film “True Bromance”, showcased in a quest to win the heart of the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice – the film was broadly welcomed and won several awards.
Devin continued quite successfully through 2010, first with the part of Cole in the multiple Academy Award-nominated comedy-drama film “Nebraska” (2013), starring Bruce Dern, Will Forte and June Squibb. The same year, Devin had a supporting role in the action film “R.I.P.D.”, starring Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds, while in 2016 he co-starred in the comedy-crime film “Masterminds”, with Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, and Owen Wilson, and in the biopic about the aftermath of John Lennon’s murder, entitled “The Lennon Report”.
Most Recent Projects
From 2016 onwards, Devin has featured in a few high-profile projects, such as the comedy film “Life Hack” (2017), which won numerous awards, and in which he portrayed Larry, then the role of Nate Henry in the short-lived crime drama series “Mosaic” (2017-2018), starring Sharon Stone, Frederick Weller and Jennifer Ferrin, and as Tommy Burke in the TV series “Chicago Med” (2018).
Most recently, Devin portrayed Tinfoil Kevin in the TV comedy action-adventure series “The Tick” (2017-2019), and was Stephen in the comedy crime-drama film “Hustlers” (2019). He is now working on the action-adventure film “Hollywood.Con”, which is completed and scheduled for release later in 2020.
Devin Ratray Net Worth, Body Statistics, Height, and Weight
Devin has made a name for himself with those 60 film and TV appearances, which not only brought him fame, but also fortune.
So let’s see how rich Devin Ratray is, as of 2020 – according to sources. Devin Ratray’s wealth is as high as $600,000. Devin is known for his height, standing at 6ft 2ins (1.9m), while he weighs approximately 230lbs ~ 105kgs. He has brown hair and his eyes are blue.
Devin Ratray Personal Life, Marriage, Wife, Dating, Trivia
For now, Devin has managed to keep details about his personal life hidden from the media, but as he becomes more popular rumors have started surfacing, some of which are true.
Posted by Devin Ratray on Wednesday, December 23, 2015
According to sources, Devin is a married man and has a child with his wife, however, there are no further details about his love life.
Devin, in addition to being known for his height, he is also recognized for his low mellow voice, although during his career, Devin has mostly played trouble-making characters.
|Full Name||Devin Ratray|
|Net Worth||$400 thousand|
|Date Of Birth||January 11, 1977|
|Parents||Peter Ratray, Ann Willis|
|Movies||Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Blue Ruin, R.I.P.D., Dennis the Menace, Nebraska, Surrogates, Little Monsters, The Prince and Me, The Lennon Report, Worth Winning, The Flying Scissors, The Winning Season, Breaking Point, The 2 Bobs, 3rd Street Blackout, Masterminds, Slippery Slope, Eleva...|
|TV Shows||Damage Control, Heartland|
Social profile links
|#||Marks / Signs|
|1||Freqently Plays Troublemaking characters|
|2||Low Mellow Voice|
|1||You can have a great character in a really bad script, and the film will never be seen. It's just too much work to commit to a film and not have it released.|
|2||Going to film school taught me how much I already knew, and that the best way to learn about film is being on the set with professionals.|
|3||I took myself out of the business to study film at NYU and the School of Visual Arts. I grew up on movie sets and was fascinated with the camera and behind-the-scenes work. I felt it would help my career as an actor if I knew all aspects of film.|
|4||'Home Alone' had become the absolute biggest film I had ever done, and it became the third-highest grossing film of all time. So clearly it had an effect on me that is unparalleled to any other film experience in my childhood.|
|5||After film school, I embarked on trying to promote independent films. But after a while, I realized I was breaking my back doing six-day-a-week shoots, 14-hour days, and no guarantee of distribution.|
|1||Is friend's with Adam Scarimbolo, who has studied with Devin's mom for years.|
|2||Alum of New York City's famous Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts (Class of 1994). He was in same graduating class as actor Jose Soto.|
|3||Son of Peter Ratray and Ann Willis|
|Hollywood Hustle: LA Player||2017||announced|
|Mosaic||2017||TV Movie post-production||Detective Nate Henry|
|The Lennon Report||2016||Phil Bernstein|
|3rd Street Blackout||2015||Adam Daddario|
|Elementary||2015||TV Series||Gordon Meadows|
|Agent Carter||2015||TV Series||Sheldon McFee|
|An American Education||2014||TV Movie||Ron Gelman|
|Person of Interest||2013||TV Series||Beat Cop|
|Blue Ruin||2013||Ben Gaffney|
|Side Effects||2013/I||Banks Patient #3|
|The Good Wife||2012||TV Series||Kevin Costas|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2011||TV Series||Eldon Balogh|
|Odd Jobs||2010||TV Movie||Joe Bannon|
|Supernatural||2009||TV Series||Damien / 'Dean'|
|The Flying Scissors||2009||The Rock|
|The Winning Season||2009||Security Officer|
|The 2 Bobs||2009||Horizontal Bob|
|The Superagent||2009||TV Movie||Energetic Announcer|
|The Cake Eaters||2007||JJ|
|Law & Order||1995-2006||TV Series||Richard Elam / Mitchell Pauley|
|Conviction||2006||TV Series||Pete Garrison|
|Slippery Slope||2006||Hospital Assistant|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||2004||TV Series||Kenny Miles|
|The Prince and Me||2004||Scotty|
|Third Watch||2002||TV Series||Mike|
|Strong Island Boys||1997||Cal|
|New York Undercover||1996||TV Series||Martin|
|Dennis the Menace||1993||Mickey|
|Home Alone 2: Lost in New York||1992||Buzz McCallister|
|Perfect Harmony||1991||TV Movie||Shelby|
|Home Alone||1990||Buzz McCallister|
|Worth Winning||1989||Howard Larimore Jr.|
|Little Monsters||1989||Ronnie Coleman|
|Heartland||1989||TV Series||Gus Stafford|
|The River Pirates||1988||Bubba|
|If It's Tuesday, It Still Must Be Belgium||1987||TV Movie|
|Where Are the Children?||1986||Neil Keeney|
|Courting Condi||2008||associate producer|
|Cake Wars||2015||TV Series||Himself - Guest Judge|
|Q N' A with Mikki and Shay||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Greatest Ever Christmas Movies||2013||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|All Night with Joey Reynolds||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|MKP Celebrity Talk||2010||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Ca$h Cab||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|The Making of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York||1992||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|The Deconstructor||2009||TV Series||Buzz McCallister|
|20 to 1||2006||TV Series documentary||Buzz|
|2011||Festival Award||World Music and Independent Film Festival||Best Actor in a Feature Film||True Bromance (2011)|
|2014||Seattle Film Critics Award||Seattle Film Critics Awards||Best Ensemble Cast||Nebraska (2013)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia