Ray Fisher, the 29-year-old actor we all know for giving life to Victor Stone / Cyborg in the DC Extended Universe, seems like one heck of a catch!
It appears as if the Camden, New Jersey native would have at least a couple of kids and a lovely lady waiting at home by now; instead, what Fisher has is a budding career.
Born June 5, 1988, Fisher became interested in acting while attending high school after being introduced to theater by his English teacher. He attended Haddon Heights High School.
He also sang in the school’s choir. When he graduated from high school, he didn’t know exactly what to do. He took a year off from school, taking odd jobs before he finally applied to the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York.
He began his career participating in a couple of Theatre of New Jersey productions in the late 2000’s. During that time, he played Shakespearean parts for The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. At 24, he starred in the company’s production of Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, playing Tom Robinson, the man wrongly accused of rape. His stage performance in the comedy The Good, the Bad and the Confused is also well known.
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But 2013 was the year he landed the role that would make him get noticed in Hollywood. Ray Fisher played Muhammad Ali in a 2013 Off-Broadway play called Fetch Clay, Make Man.
The following year, Fisher was among the actors who tested for the role in Star Wars: The Force Awakens that eventually went to Attack the Block‘s John Boyega. That would have seemed like a loss for Fisher however, just a few months later he was cast to play Victor Stone / Cyborg in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and has since earned larger parts for himself in the same role for 2017’s Justice League. In 2020, he will even star in his own film.
Fisher is certainly committed to his baby, in other words his work. Last August the actor took to Instagram to share a workout photo of himself training with a medicine ball, showing off his shredded core and arms. It’s pretty clear the actor isn’t dating anybody at the time, however you can still enjoy of his photos below.
Find him on Instagram here.