K'Sun Ray

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K'Sun Ray
Born Kesun Mitchell Loder
May 1993 (age 23)
Occupation Actor
Years active 2005-present

Kesun Mitchell Loder (born May 1993), better known by his stage name, K'Sun Ray, is an American actor.

Personal life[edit]

K'Sun was born in May 1993, as Kesun Loder in the United States. His career began in 2004, after getting a starring role in the television movie Love's Enduring Promise.[1]

He was arrested on October 16, 2011 in Wilmington, NC on attempted burglary charges.[1]


Feature films[edit]

  • Fido (2006) as Timothy "Timmy" Robinson

Made-for-television films[edit]


  • In Justice (2006) as Tyler "Ty" Buckner
    • 1 episode: "Cost of Freedom"
  • Criminal Minds (2007) as Young Tobias Henkel
    • 2 episodes: "The Big Game" and " Revelations"
  • Smith (2007) as Jason Smith
    • 5 episodes: "Pilot", "Two", "Four", "Six" and "Seven"
  • Heartland (2007) as Andrew "Andy" Wyles
    • 1 episode: "Picking Up Little Things"
  • Monk (2007) as James "Jimmy" Krenshaw
    • 1 episode: "Mr. Monk and the Daredevil"
  • Life is Wild (2007-2008) as Chase Clarke
    • 7 episodes: "Pilot", "Open for Business", "Heritage Day", "Bad to the Bone", "Games People Play", "The Heart Wants What It Wants" and "Rescue Me"
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2009) as Alexander "Alex" Palento
    • 1 episode: "The Grave Shift"
  • ER (2009) as Felix Kirsch
    • 1 episode: "I Feel Good"
  • Three Rivers (2009) as Roger Downing
    • 1 episode: "The Luckiest Man"


  1. ^ a b Kate Queram (October 16, 2011). "Actor with 'CSI,' 'ER' credits charged with attempted burglary in Wilmington". Star-News. Gatehouse Media. Retrieved December 16, 2015. 

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