Ray Stevenson Net Worth: Ray Stevenson is a British actor that has a net worth of $8 million dollars. Produced in 1964 in Lisburn, Country Antrim, Northern Ireland, in the UK, Ray Stevenson studied in the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Stevenson’s onscreen debut arrived in a little TV part in 1993’s “A Woman’s Guide to Adultery”. A couple of years after, he got a recurring role as Steve Dickson on “Band of Gold”. A decade after, he got his first lead character in 2008’s “Outpost”, a Scottish horror movie. He earned a Saturn Award for Best Guest Starring Character on Television because of his part in the show. Stevenson married his first wife, actress Ruth Gemmell, in 1997. They divorced several years after and Stevenson is currently dating Elisabetta Caraccia. They got two kids together.
Is in relationship with Italian anthropologist Elisabetta Caraccia whom he met while filming "Rome". They have a son Sebastiano Derek Stevenson born on 24 December 2007.
Has a passion for art, especially in water color painting.
Is the third actor to play Punisher in living motion picture. All three actors that played Punisher are of different nationality. The first one Dolph Lundgren is Swedish, second Thomas Jane is American and Ray Stevenson is British.
Sometimes, I have lost out on a gig because I was not high enough profile.
The way Shakespeare wrote Fallstaff is with a heightened language and everything.
When you're wearing jeans, there's a shift in your center of gravity.
You just have to open the newspapers in most Western news to see real violence.
Working at night helps people focus in on this crazy little bubble you've created, wherever you are filming. It doesn't matter where the location is, the world doesn't exist outside this bubble. And everyone is trapped inside.
I never thought I would get to have my own action figure.
I suppose you just feel on an instinctive level if something is honest.
I wouldn't ever presume to say that I am a comic book fan.
It is a tough business but if you get yourself in a situation like I, you can maintain a career over many years. That, to me, is a successful actor.
Life itself is pretty funny when you realize how absurd it can be.
Nobody wakes up in the morning thinking, 'I'm a bad guy.' They think they're the right guy.
Well, I'm not a natural gym person myself, anyway.
The best piece of advice I've ever been given was, 'Be in the business you're in.' Don't just be a satellite around it and expect it to come to you. Be in the business you're in.
As an actor, I love working with directors. As much as I love working with other actors.
Humor is a very important thing. It is a natural predilection. It is an emotional release.