Rae Gray is a theatre, film, television and voice actor. She grew up performing on the stages of Steppenwolf and the Goodman in Chicago, and now splits her time between Chicago, New York and Los Angeles. Rae can currently be seen in Amazon's series reboot A League of Their Own and was a series regular on Amazon’s original pilot Sea Oak opposite Glenn Close. She has recurred on AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead, ABC’s For the People, Starz's Power Book IV: Force and HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. Her guest star credits include FX's Justified: City Primeval, Netflix’s Grace and Frankie, Cartoon Network's Adventure Time, NBC’s Chicago P.D and Chicago Med, and Fox's The Resident. She's a series regular on Nickelodeon's upcoming animated series Bossy Bear. She starred in Jim Cummings' short film The Robbery, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. She also stars opposite Chance the Rapper in A24’s feature film Slice. She is an ensemble member at Rivendell Theatre Ensemble in Chicago.