Terry Ray (born February 12, 1961) is an American actor, screenwriter, playwright and producer. Some of his work includes Gaydar (2002) and the long-running play Electricity (2016). Gaydar appeared in over 120 film festivals around the world, winning numerous awards and was recently named by California Independent Film Festival as one of the Best Short Comedy Films of the Decade. Ray is the creator and writer of Here TVs sitcom From Here on OUT, the first original gay sitcom created by a gay network. Terry stars in the sitcom, along with Juliet Mills, Suzanne Whang and T.J. Hoban. Ray wrote and co-starred along with Dawn Wells in a series of spoofs of her classic Mary Ann character from Gilligan’s Island called She’s Still on That Freakin’ Island. Terry is also the co-writer and stars in the series My Sister Is So Gay with Loni Anderson who plays his mother. The show also stars Tilky Jones, Wendy Michaels, Debra Wilson and Rae Dawn Chong.