Devon Bagby Biography
Devon Bagby is an American actor best known for his appearance on the Showtime crime drama Ray Donovan and on series like Ironside and CSI: NY.
Devon worked with Dreamworks’ undertaking, The Puss in Boots and added to TV shows like CSI: NY and Ironside. His ability astonished numerous individuals, which drove him to assume the job of Conor Donovan in the TV show Ray Donovan. Despite the fact that he has served in little ventures, he has obviously gotten the eyes of spectators.
Devon Bagby Age
Bagby was born on 1 December 1998 in San Diego, California, United States. She 20 years old as of 2018
Devon Bagby Family | Devon Bagby Parents
He has two siblings, his elder brother, and sister, bodybuilder Demi Bagby. He does not speak much about his family, he always posts his parents’ pictures on his social media accounts. His parents are more supportive when it came to his interest in the entertainment field.
Devon Bagby Girlfriend
He is straight. He was dating The Thundermans actress, Ryan Newman, who once was dating American actor, Jack Griffo. The couple began dating in 2017 and kept it personal, he posted a picture with his girlfriend in February 2017, however, the two deleted most of the pictures they had together on their social media sites and also unfollowed each other on the respective media accounts. None of them gave an official statement of the apparent break-up
Devon Bagby Height and Weight
He stands at the height of 5ft 9 inches and weighing 145 pounds.
Devon Bagby Net Worth | Devon Bagby Salary
He has made a good fortune through acting, his cars and houses are not listed. He has an estimated net worth of around 1 Million Dollar
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Devon Bagby Interview
Devon Bagby Talks About the Showtime Hit Series “Ray Donovan.”
Devon was able to chat with me about his role on “Ray Donovan” and what he learned from Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight.
Art Eddy: First off I have to say congratulations on having “Ray Donovan” being picked up for another season on Showtime. How exciting was it to hear that news?
Devon Bagby: It was absolutely amazing. I felt so proud of Ann Biderman. Her writing and creation is genius and our team of writers has a talent of bringing her characters to life. I’m always excited for the next script and the table reads brought energy to our entire team. Just being at the table reads made you feel like season 2 would be coming. Ray Donovan was cast perfectly. Every single cast member brings something unique to the table and there is a character for every audience member to love. I am so blessed to be a part of this team.
AE: Did you and rest of the cast kind of see this coming since the pilot episode broke records of viewership, becoming the biggest premiere of all time on Showtime?
DB: I think most of us knew it was coming from reading the scripts. You could tell just reading the scripts with the cast members together that something special was happening. I mean really, Liev Schreiber, Jon Voight, Paula Malcomson, Eddie Marsan, Dash Mihok, Pooch Hall, Kerris Dorsey as a family.
Then pack on top of that, Steven Bauer, Elliot Gould, Johnathon Schaech, Denise Crosby, Brook Smith, James Woods, Rosanna Arquette, Ambyr Childers and more. It is just an overwhelming amount of talent. When you have that much talent sitting at one large table, it’s like lightning bolts.
I’ve often wanted to count how many years of experience, how many films, TV shows and plays this cast has accomplished. It would be an amazing figure for sure.
AE: You play as Conor, who is the son to Ray, played by Liev Schreiber and grandson to Mickey who is played by Jon Voight. What has it been like to work with them?
DB: It’s been surreal. I am having the opportunity of a lifetime. They have both taught me so much. They have taken me under their wings and taught me hands-on tips based on their experience that you cannot learn in an acting class. I am definitely a better actor after working with them and I learn something new every day. They are forming who I am as an actor along with the amazing directors. I will always be grateful to them.
AE: Do you ever ask them about any acting tips since these two have been in the business for a long time?
DB: Jon and Liev have both given me advice. They are eager to make the scene real. That’s what I love about them. Between both of them, there are over 75 years of acting experience. As an actor life doesn’t get better than that. Ray Donovan is the best acting school any actor could possibly ask for.
AE: How has your character evolved from the first episode to now?
DB: Conor is getting older every episode. He is entering his teen years full force. He is starting to take on some character traits of the male role models in his life. He has a temper but if you notice he has a special bond with his father. He can’t lie to him. He has no problem lying but he won’t lie to his Dad. Conor also has a way of finding trouble. I have a feeling that Conor will continue to find the trouble as we watch him grow up.Devon Bagby Photo
AE: What was the audition process like for this role?
DB: I had to go back quite a few times. When I met Ann Biderman, Bryan Zuriff and John Papsidera all together there was very good energy in the room. The next meeting included our award winning director Allen Coulter. I had no idea who he was as I was only 13. The very minute I met this man I knew I had to work with him. I wanted nothing more in my entire life. The way he directed me during the process brought my instinct out. It immediately felt like I had arrived as an actor. I was blessed the day I met him and I was blessed they all chose me.
AE: You also were in an episode of “CSI: NY.” What was it to be on that set?
DB: “CSI: NY” was a great show. I think meeting Gary Sinise was the highlight of “CSI: NY” for me. I respect him as an actor immensely. I hope to work with him again in the future.
AE: What is the next project that you are looking to work on?
DB: When I’m on hiatus from “Ray Donovan”, I’m looking forward to a feature film. I have read a few scripts but haven’t found the right one yet. I have faith that it will come soon. Things move fast in Hollywood.