Ray Stevenson Biography
(Best Known for His Role as ‘Dagonet’ in the Film ‘King Arthur’)
Birthday: May 25, 1964 (Gemini)
Born In: Lisburn, Northern Ireland
George Raymond Stevenson, or simply Ray Stevenson, is an actor from Northern Ireland. He has garnered fame for portraying Titus Pullo in the BBC/HBO television series ‘Rome’, Dagonet in ‘King Arthur’, Frank Castle/The Punisher in ‘Punisher: War Zone’ and ‘The Super Hero Squad Show’, Volstagg in the MCU, and Isaak Sirko in ‘Dexter’. A Lisburn native, Stevenson has always been interested in acting. He studied at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School before embarking on his career as an actor. In 1993, he made his screen debut in the TV series ‘A Woman's Guide to Adultery’. His big screen debut came two years later, in the drama film ‘Some Kind of Life’. In his nearly three-decade-long career, he has accumulated over 50 film and television credits to date. He is also active on stage and has performed in plays like ‘Mouth to Mouth’ and ‘The Duchess of Malfi’. In 2013, he was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Guest Performance in a Television Series for his role in ‘Dexter’.