|Born||March 26, 1926 |
|Died||June 15, 1989 |
County Wicklow, Ireland
Ray McAnally was an Irish actor and co-founder of theatrical group Old Quay Productions along with his wife Ronnie Masterson. He frequently appeared in theatre, television and films, including The Mission (with Robert De Niro), My Left Foot and The Sicilian where he played Trezza.
He died in 1989 of a heart attack and received a posthumous BAFTA for My Left Foot.