Tray Chaney, the highly celebrated up and coming actor, is best known for his role as "Poot" on the HBO's original hit series, "The Wire". The strikingly handsome young man of many talents began his career as a performer at the early age of four years old. After graduating from high school, he caught the acting bug and auditioned for and landed the recurring role as "Poot".
Tray released his inspirational autobiography THE TRUTH YOU CAN'T BeTRAY, that was accepted in the Prince Georges County Memorial Library system. The book is available at AMAZON.
Tray's latest venture includes stepping into the music world as a writer, producer, and rapper, focusing on real life issues in today's society. The first song that Tray wrote was "Fatherhood", and the video found traction on BET'S 106 & Park and earned recognition in the Washington Post and Sister 2 Sister magazine. He followed the release of Fatherhood with a public service educational video created in collaboration with the Maryland State Education Association called "Radical Readers". The third song is "Mike Bully", an edgy masterpiece that brings home America's bullying crisis. His new production company,"Knottyland Music" was built with long time friends, Randy Thomas & Tyrone Craven, where they produced "Live", a world AIDS anthem in honor of World AIDS Day which was accepted on MTV.