September 8, 1987
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
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Born on Sept. 8, 1987, in Baltimore, Maryland, Ray Fisher was an actor who, after years of good work on the stage, achieved a wider fame with movie audiences when he was cast as Cyborg, aka Victor Stone, in DC Comics' superhero film universe. After first appearing in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" (2016), he reprised the role in greater depth in "Justice League" (2017). The character is also expected to be featured in the sequel to "Justice League" as well as in the upcoming "Flashpoint" as well as a solo Cyborg movie, currently scheduled for 2020. Prior to this, with the exception of a guest role on the series "The Astronauts Wives Club" (ABC, 2015), Fisher had focused mainly on stage work. After graduating from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York, he performed with the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's "Shakespeare Live" program, which brought professional stage productions of Shakespeare's plays to area high schools. He also appeared in a production of "Macbeth" on the mainstage before making his off-Broadway debut, in 2013, as Muhammad Ali in the play "Fetch Clay, Make Man" at New York Theatre Workshop, for which he gained 20 pounds of muscle.