About Ray

Ray Renati is a distinguished actor and director with over thirty years of experience in the entertainment industry. He has appeared in a variety of films, plays, and musicals in prominent locations such as London and San Francisco. Renati is well known for his dynamic podcast "Green Room On Air," where he explores the worlds of theatre, musical theatre, film, and opera. The podcast features engaging interviews with renowned actors, musicians, directors, and other artists, offering listeners a deep dive into the performing arts.

Renati's acting credits include notable performances in films like "Ruben's Place" (2012) and on stage as Henry Higgins in “Pygmalion,” Arthur in “Superior Donuts,” and the Criminologist in “The Rocky Horror Show.” His directing prowess is exemplified by his award-winning work on productions such as Arthur Miller's "A View From The Bridge" and “Death of a Salesman,” Sam Shepard’s “True West” and “Fool for Love,” and Katori Hall’s “The Mountaintop.”

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Renati continues to be an influential figure in the performing arts community, inspiring aspiring actors, directors, and theatre enthusiasts with his extensive knowledge and passion for the craft.