Juggling a new relationship, parental responsibilities, friendship and a sick brother while earning a living would be difficult for anyone but it's particularly difficult when you're a hitman. Ray Shoesmith "takes care of people" - collecting debts, relieving them of drugs and guns, and often taking care of them on a permanent basis. Ray demands respect and does not tolerate anyone who doesn't live up to his very strong and very clear code of ethics.
The first of two children of Andrew Satchwell, a real estate agent and Jane Satchwell, a school teacher. ...
One good thing in Ray’s life is Ally, a woman he feels may be out of his league. But Ally is drawn to Ray, even if she doesn’t know the precise nature of his job. Ally, a paramedic, is a practical, pragmatic woman, and there’s something in Ray’s directness and dry demeanor that she appreciates. What she is increasingly alarmed by are his brief flashes of anger.
“There’s nothing superfluous about Ray, and I think that’s what Ally likes,” says actress Brooke Satchwell, who portrays her. “It’s still a fledgling relationship. Perhaps Ally has made some questionable relationship choices in the past, but I think it’s in those beginning stages of relationships when you meet someone and there are things you like about them that you focus on those aspects, potentially missing signs of issues that might come up down the track.”
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