|Full Name||Deanne Bray|
|Birth Name||Deanne Lee Bray|
|Birth City||Canoga Park, California|
|Mother Name||Sylvia Powell|
|No Of Children||1|
|Filmography||Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye,Heroes|
|Date of Birth||May 14,1971|
|Married Date||September 1,2001|
Deanne Bray is an American actress popular for playing Sue Thomas in the show Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye. Likewise, she is also known for her role as Emma Coolidge on Heroes.
Deanne Bray was born on 14th May 1971 in Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California, the USA to Sylvia Powell. She is 49 years old as of 2021.
Did You Know? Bray was born deaf.
Likewise, Bray is 5 feet 7 and a half inches tall in height. She went to Washington State School for Deaf for grade 8. She earned her bachelor's degree in Biology from California State University.
In a similar way, she received her master's degree in Sign Language Education from Gallaudet University.
According to various sources, the 49-year-old actress is reportedly worth around $500 thousand as of 2021. However, she has not disclosed her actual earnings yet.
Bray was discovered while performing with a deaf dancing group called Prism West at a deaf festival at California State University.
She made her television debut as Teddy Franklin in Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Lightning.
Bray then starred in What Do Women Want, The Pretender, Ellen, Diagnosis: Murder, and Strong Medicine.
She also guest-starred in Rescue Me, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The L Word, and Sweet Nothing in My Ear.
From 2009 to 2010, Bray was cast as Emma Coolidge in the NBC superhero drama series Heroes starring Santiago Cabrera, Tawny Cypress, and Jack Coleman.
Her other notable film and TV shows credits are 2 Broke Girls, Grey's Anatomy, Switched at Birth, Veep, Universal Signs, and No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie.
The Heroes actress is married to Troy Kotsur who is also a deaf actor.
They exchanged their wedding vows on 1st September 2001 in presence of family and friends.
The couple welcomed daughter Kyra Monique Kotsur on 8th September 2005.
Apart from her acting career, Bray loves reading with deaf children, going to Deaf community functions, and interacting with deaf senior citizens, and listening to their stories during her free time.