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Where Is Devin Ratray (aka Buzz on ‘Home Alone’) Today? Bio

Known from movies

Short information

Net value $400 thousand
Date of birth January 11, 1977
Marking Low soft voice
Fact Alum of New York City’s famed Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts (class of 1994). He was in the same graduating class as actor Jose Soto.

Who is Devin Ratray?

Devin Ratray is quite a talented personality – he is not only an actor, but also a producer and writer, but he is perhaps best known for his role of Buzz McCallister in the family comedy films “Home Alone” (1990) and “Home Alone 2 : Lost in New York” (1992) In addition, he is widely recognized for appearing as Tinfoil Kevin in Amazon Video’s “The Tick” web series.

Early life, family and education

Devin D. Ratray does born in New York City, USA, under the zodiac sign of Capricorn on the 11e January 1977, in the family of actors Peter Raray And Ann Willis. He is of American nationality and white ethnicity, and has a brother named Luke. With such a strong family connection to the film industry, it’s no wonder that Devin has gone on to have a successful acting career of his own.

Speaking of his educational background, in 1994 he enrolled in the famed Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in NYC, and later enrolled in New York University’s School of Visual Arts.

Acting career

Devin’s Act debut took place at the age of nine, when in 1986 he was cast in the role of Neil Keeney in the mystery thriller film “Where Are the Children?”. In 1988, he appeared in the comedy film “Zits”, as well as the adventure film “The River Pirates”, before landing the recurring role of Gus Stafford in the TV comedy series “Heartland” in 1989. Later that year, he appeared in the role of bully Ronnie Coleman in the family comedy “Little Monsters”, followed by an appearance in the comedy film “Worth Winning”.

Devin Ratray

To greater fame devin came in 1990 when he was cast in the supporting role of fussthe oldest brother or sister of the lead character Kevin, played by Macaulay Culkin, in the two-time Oscar-nominated comedy film “Home alone“, reprising the role in 1992 in the second of five installments of the “Home Alone” franchise, titled “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York”. Following the success of these assignments, Ratray appeared in the following year in the comedy film “Dennis the Menace”.

1996 devin appeared in an episode of the critically acclaimed TV crime series “New York Undercover” after which he was cast as Cal in the 1997 drama film “Strong Island Boys”. After a hiatus of several years, he returned to the big screen in 2004 in the family comedy film “The Prince and Me”. He then made a series of guest appearances in popular TV series such as “Law & Order” and its spin-off series “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, before appearing in the 2006 comedy film “Slippery Slope”.

In 2007, he was selected in the romantic comedy film “The Cake Eaters”, as well as in the mystery thriller film “Serial”.

Until the end of 2007 and 2008, Ratray excessively tried to “win the heart” of Condoleezza Rice, then US Secretary of State, by sending her musical love letters. He even followed her on her travels between the states of New York, Colorado, Alabama and Washington DC in an attempt to meet her in person. He documented all these attempts and streamed them into the documentary titled “Courting Condi”, which was released in late 2008.

The year 2009 was quite busy for Devin as he added several memorable on-screen performances to his portfoliosuch as movies “The Winning Season”, “Surrogates” and “The Flying Scissors”, as well as the TV series “Supernatural“. In 2011 Ratray made a cameo appearance in the comedy film “Real bromance‘, which he also wrote, and later in the year was featured in the horror film ‘Elevator’, and then in an episode of the TV series ‘The Good Wife’.

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Devin came to limelight in 2013 when he appeared in the six-time Oscar-nominated comedy film “Nebraska”, followed later in the year in the critically acclaimed films “Blue Ruin” and “RIPD”. Through 2015, he appeared in TV series such as “Elementary” and “Louie”, before starring in the romantic comedy films “3rd Street Blackout” and “Construction”. During 2016, Ratray starred in the biographical film “The Lennon Report”, followed by an appearance in the comedy film “Masterminds”. The real breakthrough in devin‘s acting career took place in 2017, when he landed the recurring role of Tinfoil Kevin in the web series “The Tick”.

Apart from this venture, he also starred as Nate Henry in the TV crime drama series “Mosaic” between 2017 and 2018. Some of his latest on-screen appearances include appearances in TV series “Chicago Med” and “Russian Doll”, as well as in the 2019 Golden Globe-nominated crime comedy film “Hustlers”, starring Jennifer Lopez.

Net value

It is estimated by authoritative sources that the total of Devin Ratray’s net worth, speaking as of mid-2020, is close to $600,000, which he has acquired entirely during his career in the film industry that spans 34 years since 1986.

General information

First and last name Devin Ratray
Net value $400 thousand
Date of birth January 11, 1977
Height 1.9 meters
Profession Singer songwriter, actor
Nationality American


Parents Peter Ratray, Ann Willis
Brothers or sisters Luke Ratray


Movies Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Blue Ruin, RIPD, Dennis the Menace, Nebraska, Surrogates, Little Monsters, The Prince and Me, The Lennon Report, Worth Winning, The Flying Scissors, The Winning Season, Breaking Point , The 2 Bobs, 3rd Street Blackout, Masterminds, Slippery Slope, Eleva…
TV shows Damage control, Heartland

Links to social profiles

To notice

# Marks / Signs
1 Regularly plays Troublemaking characters
2 Low soft voice


# Quote
1 You can have a great character in a really bad script and the movie will never be seen. It’s just too much work to commit to a movie and not let it come out.
2 Going to film school taught me how much I already knew, and that the best way to learn about film is to be on set with professionals.
3 I took myself out of business to study film at NYU and the School of Visual Arts. I grew up on film sets and was fascinated by the camera and behind the scenes work. I felt that knowing all aspects of film would help my career as an actor.
4 ‘Home Alone’ had become the absolute biggest movie I’d ever made, and it became the third highest grossing movie of all time. So it clearly had an effect on me that is unmatched by any other movie experience in my youth.
5 After film school, I started promoting independent films. But after a while I realized I was breaking my back with shoots six days a week, 14 hour days and no guarantee on distribution.


# Fact
1 Is friends with Adam Scarimbolo, who studied with Devin’s mother for many years.
2 Alum of New York City’s famed Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School for the Performing Arts (class of 1994). He was in the same graduating class as actor Jose Soto.
3 Son of Peter Ratray and Ann Willis




Title Year Status Character
Life hack 2017 completed Larry
Hollywood Hustle: LA Player 2017 announced
Mosaic 2017 Post-production of TV movies Detective Nate Henry
Masterminds 2016/i Ongoing
The Lennon Report 2016 Phil Bernstein
Build 2015 Ray
Blackout 3rd Street 2015 Adam Daddario
Louie 2015 TV serials Mike
Elementary 2015 TV serials Gordon Meadows
Officer Carter 2015 TV serials Sheldon McFee
An American education 2014 TV movie Ron Gelman
Suspect 2013 TV serials Defeat agent
RIPD 2013 Pulaski
Nebraska 2013 Cole
Blue ruin 2013 Ben Gaffney
Side effects 2013/I Banks patient #3
The good woman 2012 TV serials Kevin Costas
Elevator 2011/i Martin Gosseling
Law & Order: special unit for victims 2011 TV serials Eldon Balogh
Strange jobs 2010 TV movie Joe Bannon
Breakpoint 2009 Kevin
Supernatural 2009 TV serials Damian / ‘Dean’
The flying scissors 2009 The stone
surrogates 2009 Bobby
The winning season 2009 Security officer
The 2 Bobs 2009 Horizontal bob
The super agent 2009 TV movie Energetic announcer
The cake eaters 2007 JJ
Serial 2007 Jimmy Link
Law & authority 1995-2006 TV serials Richard Elam / Mitchell Pauley
Conviction 2006 TV serials Pete Garrison
Inclined plane 2006 Hospital assistant
Law & Order: criminal intent 2004 TV serials Kenny Miles
The prince and me 2004 Scottie
Third watch 2002 TV serials Mike
The bill 2001 Short Criminal
Strong island boys 1997 Cal
Undercover in New York 1996 TV serials Martin
Dennis the menace 1993 Mickey
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 1992 Buzz McCallister
Perfect harmony 1991 TV movie Shelby
Home alone 1990 Buzz McCallister
Worth winning 1989 Howard Larimore Jr.
Little monsters 1989 Ronnie Coleman
heartland 1989 TV serials Gus Stafford
sit 1988 Oscar Opily
The river pirates 1988 bubba
If it’s Tuesday, it still has to be Belgium 1987 TV movie
Where are the children? 1986 Neil Keeney


Title Year Status Character
Real bromance 2011


Title Year Status Character
Courting Condi 2008 co-producer


Title Year Status Character
Pie Wars 2015 TV serials Himself – Guest judge
QN’ A with Mikki and Shay 2014 TV serials Himself
The best Christmas movies ever 2013 TV movie documentary Himself
All night with Joey Reynolds 2011 TV serials Himself
MKP Celebrity Talk 2010 TV serials Himself – Guest
Courting Condi 2008 Himself
Ca$h cabin 2005 TV serials Himself
The Making of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 1992 TV movie documentary Himself


Awards won

Year Price Ceremony Presentation Movie
2011 Festival price World music and independent film festival Best Actor in a Feature Film Where Bromance (2011)

Nominated awards

Year Price Ceremony Presentation Movie
2014 Seattle Film Critics Award Seattle Film Critics Awards Best Ensemble Cast Nebraska (2013)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia


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