Deanne Bray Husband: Who is Deanne Bray’s Husband Troy Kotsur?
Troy Michael Kotsur is an American actor and filmmaker. His supporting role in the film CODA earned him a number of accolades
Born on July 24, 1968 (age 53 years), in Mesa, Arizona, in the United States of America, Troy is said to have married his wife Deanne Bray in 2001.
Troy is said to be the father of a child with his wife Deanne by the name of Kyra Monique Kotsur.
Troy attended high school at the Westwood High School.
In high school, his drama teacher encouraged him to participate in the senior variety show, and he performed a pantomime skit that was positively received and motivated him to pursue theatre.
Troy Kotsur Movies
|2007||The Number 23||Barnaby|
|2009||See What I’m Saying: The Deaf Entertainers Documentary||Self||Documentary|
|2013||No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie||Matt||Also director|
|2016||Wild Prairie Rose||James Hansen|
|2001||Strong Medicine||Lars||Episode: Fix”|
|2002–2005||Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye||Troy Myers||5 episodes|
|2003||Doc||Troy||Episode: “Rules of Engagement”|
|2006||CSI: NY||Dennis Mitchum||Episode: “Silent Night”|
|2007||Scrubs||Mr. Frances||Episode: “My Words of Wisdom”|
|2012||Criminal Minds||John Myers||Episode: “The Silencer”|
|2019||The Mandalorian||Tusken Raider Scout #1||Episode: “Chapter 5: The Gunslinger”|
|1989||In a Room Somewhere||Play by Suzan Zeder, directed by Victor Brown|
|1991–1992||Treasure Island||Based on Treasure Island; tour under National Theatre of the Deaf|
|1992–1993||Ophelia||Hamlet||Based on Hamlet’s character Ophelia; tour under National Theatre of the Deaf|
|1993||25 Cents||Harry||New York Deaf Theatre production|
|2001||Big River||Pap Finn/The Duke||Deaf West Theatre; Kotsur shared role of “Pap” with Lyle Kanouse|
|2002||Big River||Pap Finn/The Duke||Performed at Mark Taper Forum; Kotsur shared role of “Pap” with Lyle Kanouse|
|2003||Big River||Pap Finn/The Duke||Broadway revival under Deaf West Theatre and Roundabout Theatre Company; Kotsur shared role of “Pap” with Lyle Kanouse|
|2012||Cyrano||Cyrano||Based on Cyrano de Bergerac; produced under Deaf West Theatre|
|2014||Spring Awakening||Adult Men||Produced under Deaf West Theatre|