Ray Barrett Net Worth

Ray Barrett was an Australian actor born in Brisbane, Queensland in 1927. He began acting at the age of eleven and was the first actor to be put under contract by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Drama section. He worked in radio in Sydney before moving to Britain in 1958, where he worked until the mid-1970s. He returned to Australia and was awarded two AFI awards for his acting.
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Who is it? Actor
Birth Day May 02, 1927
Birth Place  Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Australia
Ray Barrett age 93 YEARS OLD
Died On 8 September 2009(2009-09-08) (aged 82)\nSouthport, Queensland
Birth Sign Gemini
Cause of death Cerebral haemorrhage
Residence Sydney, New South Wales (1954–57) United Kingdom (1957–60s) Stradbroke Island, Queensland (1970s)
Education Brisbane State High School
Occupation Actor, singer
Years active 1957–2008
Spouse(s) Miren Cook (?-?) (divorced) (2 children) Audrey Bettanay (1951-?) (divorced) (1 child) Gaye O'Brien (1986-2009) (his death)
Partner(s) Celia Sherman
Children Suellen Reginald (b. 1972) John (b. 1978
Awards AACTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (1982) Raymond Longford Award (2005)

💰 Net worth

Ray Barrett, a renowned actor hailing from Australia, is estimated to have a net worth ranging from $100K to $1M by 2024. With his undeniable talent and celebrated contributions to the entertainment industry, Barrett has successfully created a name for himself in the world of acting. Throughout his career, he has proven his versatility and prowess, captivating audiences with his exceptional performances. As he continues to excel in his craft, his net worth is expected to grow substantially, further solidifying his status as a prominent figure in the Australian acting scene.

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Barrett was born in Brisbane, Queensland and was educated at Windsor State Primary School and at Brisbane State High School. Fascinated by radio from an early age, he won an on-air talent competition in 1939, at the age of 12: an eisteddfod that was broadcast on 4BH radio, with a musical monologue about a dog called "Paddy". This was to place him on a path different from his dream of becoming a boat-builder. In 1949, Barrett was initiated into Freemasonry as an initiate and member of Empire Lodge #197 of the United Grand Lodge of Queensland.


Ray Barrett first appeared on radio in Brisbane, and later in Sydney, to which he moved in 1954. In 1957, he moved to England, where his background as a singer earned him a part in a revue alongside Beryl Reid, Patrick Wymark and Sheila Hancock.


He also provided the voice of several characters in Gerry Anderson-produced "Supermarionation" series of the 1960s: Commander Shore and Titan in Stingray (1964–65) and later John Tracy, the Hood and various extras in Thunderbirds (1965–66). Also in 1965, he appeared as Bennett/Koquillion in the Doctor Who serial The Rescue.


In later years, Barrett starred in many well-known film and TV roles in his native Australia, living on Stradbroke Island, Queensland during the 1970s. He appeared as the Prime Minister (a character who is assassinated) in Burn the Butterflies, and as a miner in Golden Soak. In 1980, he played the part of the controversial Australian historical figure Governor Bligh in the ABC Television production The Timeless Land. He had secondary roles in many other productions, including Something in the Air.


Barrett also appeared in such films as Don's Party and The Carmakers (about the 1973 release of the Leyland P76 car, co-starring Noel Ferrier and Nick Tate). In 2005, he received an Australian Film Institute Longford Life Achievement Award.


Barrett died on 8 September 2009 at the Gold Coast Hospital in Southport, Queensland, aged 82, after suffering a brain haemorrhage. His final acting appearance had been in the 2008 film Australia. He was married three times, and left three children.


Due to his "tough looks", Barrett was given character and "tough guy" roles from an unusually young age. In England, he played one of the lead roles in the TV series Emergency – Ward 10 and later one of the main characters, the hard-nosed oil worker Peter Thornton, in the long-running BBC series The Troubleshooters.