I do not know about you, but after each performance I wonder what I could have done better. The following sure helps me keep going. > Ray
Nick Scalia, Producer and Director of “Easy”.
“Let me take the time to salute you for the acting job you did on this piece. What always bothers me about similar attempts to do crime films on an amateur, microbudget level is that -- as nice as the cinematography, writing, etc. can be -- I never really believe that the characters are anything other than regular guys trying on their tough-guy poses and waving fake guns around like little kids. Watching and editing the 'Easy' footage, I am just floored by the naturalism and the seriousness with which you played that character. I think that, regardless of how the finished film will eventually reflect on me and my skills, you'll have an absolutely stellar display of your abilities to show to casting directors in the future. I'm expecting to get a lot of "where'd you find that guy???" once people start seeing the film”
Comments by Brandon Collins, Producer and Director of “Old Soldiers Never Die”.
“What can I say about Ray Boutin? Maybe I shouldn't say anything and just let this performance speak
for itself. I will say that the man is a natural. He has brought such gravitas and pathos to
the character that had previously only lived in my mind. It's eerie to see Chester Kozak
come alive and haunt the film as much as he's haunted by outside forces. I think
everyone will agree once they see this film, that this man can play any and every role he
chooses to. Truly remarkable.www.rayboutin.orgwww.charlesrivermedia.com/television.html
(The 60 minute man - TV commercial)
Deep Noir” a Pentatonic Productions Film. Kittrell Boyd, Director. Voice of Shark/Six Gills. (Independent Animated Short). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxyWGyNdISU