Ask AP: Deanne Bray

Celebrity Q&A
on February 17, 2011
The real-life Sue Thomas (left) with Deanne Bray, who played her in the TV series based on her work

What has Deanne Bray, star of Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, been doing since that series stopped production?
—Heather Davis, Los Lunas, N.M.

Since the show—based on the true experiences of a deaf woman whose ability to lip-read landed her a job with an elite FBI surveillance unit—ended in 2005, Bray, 39, who is deaf, has been a guest in the TV shows Rescue Me, Law and Order: Criminal Intent and Curb Your Enthusiasm. She co-starred in nine episodes of Heroes and appeared in the movies Universal Signs and Dummy Hoy: A Deaf Hero, and in the TV movie Sweet Nothing in My Ear. Bray recently completed a master’s degree in education. She and her husband, actor Troy Kotsur, who also is deaf, have a young daughter.

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