Offical Site For 

    Michael Gray

     Star Of

   That Saturday

 Morning TV Show

   From the 70's


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Good looks and a couple of television roles helped to give

actor Michael Gray many years in between and

on the covers of "Tiger Beat" magazine.

Born in Chicago, Michael moved to Florida when he was a young boy.

He caught the acting bug in high school,

and eventually made his way to Hollywood.

In 1972, Michael won the role of Ronnie on the

NBC series The Little People,

a charming sitcom that starred Brian Keith

as a pediatrician with a practice on Oahu, Hawaii.

The series was reworked for the second season and retitled

"The Brian Keith Show," and Michael was let go.

Signed to a management deal with Charles Laufer, pubisher of "Tiger Beat," Michael was able to keep a high profile while rounding up

other acting roles. Michael's second series came in 1974,

when he was cast in his signature role,

as Billy Batson on the Saturday

 morning series Shazam.

The series ran for 3 years but was then cancelled due to

increasing production costs.


Some of Michael's other credits include:


Life with Father

Room 222                            Entertainment Tonight

The Brady Bunch                    MTV's "I Love The 70's"

         Marcus Welby M.D.        VH1 Superheros, Where Are They Now?

      The Flying Nun                E Television, Life After Stardom

                       Dynasty                      The Retro Radio Live Show, 2010


Although Michael Gray had all the tools one would expect

to be necessary to build a sturdy career, due to type

casting it became harder for him to make

 a living at his craft.

A couple of photos from the play, "Life with Father"


                           DID YOU KNOW ? 

  • Michael once got mobbed at an Osmond Brothers concert, and had to hide in a broom closet.
  • Michael recorded several songs for Charles Laufer's L.E.G. Records, though none were ever released.
  • Michael also won the "TV Star of the Year" award in 1974 & 1975 in Germany by Bravo Magazine.


The ever youthful Michael Gray is happily married and living in Northern California.

He is currently writing a book about his life in Hollywood, where he worked with people such as:

Mae West       Farrah Fawcett

Leon Ames        Lureen Tuttle

Dick Clark    Danny Bonaducci

Dinah Shore      Burt Reynolds

Sally Field        Ed Begley, Jr.

Robert Young      James Brolin

Brian Keith      Shelly Fabares

Merlin Olsen