Kevin Gray


Miami Vice Character
Lao Li Grandson ("Golden Triangle (Part II))"
February 25, 1958, Westport, Connecticut
February 11, 2013, Hartford, Connecticut (age 54, heart attack)
Dodie Pettit (? - 2013, his death)

Kevin Gray (February 25, 1958 - February 11, 2013) was an American film and stage actor and singer. He made his film debut in the show Miami Vice as one of General Lao Li's unnamed grandsons who want to start their own drug empire in the episode "Golden Triangle (Part II)".

Early Life/CareerEdit

Gray was born in Westport, Connecticut. He has had a long career on the stage, performing in the plays Jesus Christ Superstar, The King & I, Chu Chem, Miss Saigon, and The Phantom of the Opera, as well as many regional performances. During his Broadway runs he found time to appear on The Equalizer, Law & Order: SVU (with Richard Belzer), and his most recent TV appearance, Law & Order: Criminal Intent. He recorded a CD of Broadway tunes, It's My Time To Shine in 2008. Some of the songs were written by Gray and Dodie Pettit. In 2011, Gray took on the position of associate professor of theatre at The Hartt School at the University of Hartford.

Personal Life/DeathEdit

Gray met his wife, Dodie Pettit, during production of The Phantom of the Opera. Pettit appeared in Cats, one of Broadway's longest running plays, and they remained married until his death from a heart attack on February 11, 2013, two weeks before his 55th birthday They had no children.

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