Before inhabiting the Reverend H. W. Smith in Deadwood, Ray McKinnon had been plying the acting trade for the past fifteen years. Films include Bugsy, A Perfect World, Oh Brother Where Art Thou? and The Missing.
Ray's initial foray into directing was his 38-minute dark comedy, The Accountant, which he also penned. The Accountant went on to receive the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film in 2002. Ray wrote and directed his first feature film, Chrystal, which premiered at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. Chrystal stars Ray's real life wife, Lisa Blount as the title character and Billy Bob Thornton. Ray also has a role in the film as the gnarly nemesis, 'Snake.'
Ray McKinnon's Scores
|Take Shelter||Sep 30, 2011||Kyle||7.7|
|Driving Miss Daisy||Dec 15, 1989||Trooper #1||7.4|
|Mud||Apr 26, 2013||Senior||7.8|
|That Evening Sun||Nov 6, 2009||Producer / Lonzo Choat||6.6|
|O Brother, Where Art Thou?||Dec 22, 2000||Vernon T. Waldrip||8.1|
|Chrystal||Jun 10, 2005||Director / Producer / Writer / Snake||7.4|
|Dolphin Tale||Sep 23, 2011||Cast||6.6|
|Footloose||Oct 14, 2011||Wes Warnicker||5.8|
|The Missing||Nov 19, 2003||Russell J. Wittick||5.8|
|The Blind Side||Nov 20, 2009||Coach Burt Cotton||6.9|
|The Net||Jul 28, 1995||Dale Hessman||8.6|
|The Last Ride||Jun 22, 2012||Stan||8.0|
|Hick||May 11, 2012||Lloyd||6.9|