Chip Bray on Camera: Films
Films are a form of entertainment that re-enact a story by a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement. Some say it is "theater pieces transferred to celluloid”.
Ineke de Vos
There’s a lot of ‘heart and soul’ in filmmaking process. Everyone from ‘grips’ to ‘gaffers’ and ‘directors’ to ‘cameramen’ pull together to make it the best film it can be. Unlike theater a film is here to stay. No matter what the budget is everyone usually tries their hardest. As an actor it is wonderful to take part in that effort.

Charles Bray Chip has acted in many different films from Tony Garcia’s ‘Van Gogh’s Ear’ to Jackie Chan’s ‘Who Am I’. After the filming of ‘Who Am I’, Jackie Chan wrote a letter to Chip Bray saying, in part, "Chip, you’re a great actor!"

Jackie Chan may not be Robert De Niro but in any case this was a fine endorsement from a highly selective and capable film professional. Not to mention a pretty good film!!

Below you can watch a compilation of films from the 1990’s through the 2000’s Chip Bray has played in for an impression of his Film work.
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"I never said all actors are cattle; what I said
 was all actors should be treated like cattle."

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