Martin Rayner

Martin Rayner is a British actor, known for the films The Longest Week, Problem Child, Talk Radio, and Victor Victoria.

Television credits include Dr. Chaotica on Star Trek: Voyager, Robert Whittington in the PBS miniseries, Benjamin Franklin, and Tony Bell in the BBC miniseries, The Buddha of Suburbia.

Theatre credits include his Broadway debut as Mr. Boo/Others in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Neil Simon Theatre), Hans in Sixteen Wounded (Walter Kerr Theatre), and Walter Pater/A.E. Houseman/Others in The Invention of Love (Lyceum Theatre); Off-Broadway, as Sigmund Freud in Freud’s Last Session (New World Stages), Charles the Sixth/Others in Henry V (Delacorte Theatre), and Henry Pulling/Others in Travels with My Aunt (Minetta Lane Theatre); and regionally, as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas (Ford’s Theatre), Marius Byleveld in The Road to Mecca (Studio Theatre), and Otto Berg in The Magic Fire (Wilma Theater).