Geordan Doyle Cunneff is a native Californian born in Tarzana, raised in Beverly Hills and Palmdale.
He graduated from Knight High School in 2007 and is currently attending Antelope Valley College where he graduated in 2013 with a certificate in graphic design and is currently working on a second certificate in web design.
He has worked in various computer programs including Photoshop, Illustrator, in design and Maya (3D animation) and Dreamweaver.
His areas of interest and expertise are: movie posters, CD cover art, corporate & business logos, packaging design, t-shirts, poster art, billboards, fliers and web presentations.
He won an Antelope Valley College student art award in 2009.
Ray Cunneff was born in New York City, the son of Broadway musical performers, his father a singer, his mother a dancer, both of whom were in the original Broadway cast of "Oklahoma!". The original "Broadway brat", Ray grew up first in theater, later in television. His father Joseph went on to a 27-year career at NBC television, his mother to a career as a dance teacher.
Ray worked as a page at NBC, then spent nearly a year in Europe with NBC's "International Showtime" (directed by the late Gil Cates). Ray studied Theater Arts at the Neighborhood Playhouse, including acting classes with the legendary Sanford Meisner. He took what he thought would be a temporary job at CBS television and stayed for fourteen years, first as a Program Coordinator in New York (interrupted by a stint in the United States Army), finally as an Executive Producer at CBS Hollywood.
Then followed a thirty-year career as a television and motion picture writer with two produced feature films and several television series credits including "The Waltons" *, ABC Afterschool specials, "Romance Theater" and "High Mountain Rangers". He also wrote numerous (unproduced) screenplays under studio development deals or options and television episodes for short-lived programs.
Later he worked as a graphic design specialist for Canon USA and as a Sales & Strategic Marketing Administrator for Clear Channel Communications before a final career detour as a radio talk show host. After retiring, he came full circle returning to graphic design and acting, first in community theater, later in "mature" roles in film.