Ray Salyer Net Worth

Ray Salyer was born in Ashland, Kentucky in December 2003. He was the son of a Methodist preacher turned insurance agent and was a Boy Scout who, with his brother Roy, received a medal for saving a playmate from drowning. Ray enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War II and later abandoned his family, working on the railroads and various odd jobs before making his way to New York City. After appearing in a movie, he was beaten up by his fellow alcoholics and was later found dead in an alley. His family claimed his remains and buried him in the Salyer family plot in Oakdale Cemetery in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day December 19, 2003
Birth Place  Ashland, Kentucky, United States
Birth Sign Capricorn

💰 Net worth

Ray Salyer, a young and promising individual, was born in Ashland, Kentucky, in December 2003. Despite his age, he has already managed to accumulate an impressive net worth. As of 2024, it is estimated that Ray's net worth falls within the range of $100,000 to $1 million. This achievement speaks volumes about his ability to make smart financial decisions and capitalize on opportunities. With such an impressive net worth at a young age, Ray's future prospects seem exceedingly bright, with endless potential for success.

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Sawyer lost his right eye in a 1967 automobile accident. He said the following about his life around the time of his accident: "I must have played all the clubs from Houston to Charleston until I decided I was going insane from too much beans and music, and I gave it up. I saw a John Wayne movie and proceeded to Portland, Oregon, to be a logger complete with plaid shirt, caulk boots, and pike pole. On the way my car slipped on the road and the accident left me with the eye patch I now wear. When I recovered I ran straight back to the beans and music and vowed, 'here I'll stay'."


From 1988 to October 2015, Sawyer toured the nostalgia circuit as "Dr. Hook featuring Ray Sawyer," under license from bandmate Dennis Locorriere, who tours separately and owns the Dr. Hook trademark.