Raymond Fisher (born September 8, 1987 in Baltimore, Maryland) is an American stage and screen actor.
A classically trained actor, he was noticed when he played Muhammad Ali in Will Power's off-Broadway play Fetch Clay, Make Man in 2013. Fisher then made his film debut as Victor Stone / Cyborg in the DC Extended Universe. He is also an active let's player on Twitch.
On the family trivia side, his grandmother was the personal typist of Albert Einstein in Philadelphia.
Stage roles of note:
- To Kill a Mockingbird as Tom Robinson, 2008, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
- Macbeth, 2009, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
- Fetch Clay, Make Man as Muhammad Ali, 2013, New York Theatre Workshop
- The Good, the Bad, and the Confused (2008, short film)
- The Astronaut Wives Club (2015) as Captain Edward Dwight
- DC Extended Universe as Victor Stone / Cyborg
- True Detective (2019) as Henry Hays
- Women of the Movement (TBA)
Tropes & Trivia about his works:
- Dyeing for Your Art: He gained 20 pounds of muscle to convincingly portray Muhammad Ali in the play Fetch Clay, Make Man, and got ripped as well to play Victor Stone/Cyborg (who was an Academic Athlete before his crippling accident) in Justice League.
- What Could Have Been: He was cast for a role in Straight Outta Compton but ultimately didn't appear in the film.