Raye's motto is "Believe and Achieve".
She appeared with fellow Gladiator Laser on the cover of Muscle Training Illustrated in May of 1992.
She appeared in Celebrity Skin magazine. The issue was dedicated to sports stars.
Raye was one of five American Gladiators to have their own nougat candy bar. Her flavor was raspberry.
She appeared in Cyborg 3: The Recycler in 1994.
Raye appeared with her fellow Gladiators on another TV competition- The Family Feud.
She appeared in Celebrity Sleuth magazine in 1991.
She appeared in the horror film The Immortalizer in 1991.
She appeared in the movie Penitentiary III in 1987.
She got into bodybuilding, thanks to a boyfriend, in 1983.
Raye's favorite American Gladiators event was Hang Tough, her least favorite event was Powerball.
She appeared in the movie The Last Hour in 1991.
She has appeared on the cover of several fitness/bodybuilding magazines. Including Women's Physique World, Musclemag International, and Muscular Development.
She appeared in the movie Day of the Warrior in 1996.
She won both the Miss Los Angeles and Miss Pennsylvania Bodybuilding titles.
She was included in the book, The Women: Photographs of the Top Female Bodybuilders by Bill Dobbins, published in 1994.
Raye posed for Playboy in February 1996.
(When asked about the most thrilling part of playing Zap)
Raye: The most exciting moment, or moments was going on tour. We were like an athletic rock band touring the country. What a blast.
(On how she got the name "Zap")
Raye: They were auditioning for the character 'ZAP'... blonde, buxom, athletic... strikes like lightning, gets in fast and causes a lot of damage. That was me!
Raye: Gladiators was something America needed at the time of its inception.
(On working in a law office)
Raye: I'm so incredibly anal, I love that kind of job.
(On "American Gladiators" event "The Gauntlet")
Raye: We get to pulverize the contenders! Best of all, it's a chance for the audience to see all of us together.
(On competing against Gladiator Dallas in the "American Gladiators" finale.)
Raye: It was pretty even as she had the age advantage and I had the experience of six years. I got pooped in the Eliminator round.
(On working with Julie Strain)
Raye: Shooting with Julie is always a blast. I get different looks, wigs, outfits, you name it, we shoot it.
(After being an "American Gladiator" for 6 season)
Raye: I'm lucky to have survived.
Raye: Stars don't do anything for me. I've met 50 percent of them.
(In regards to "American Gladiators" competitors)
Raye: I've developed a pretty nasty reputation. It was my attitude and muscles. My arms are bigger than those of some of the guys on the show.
(On Arnold Schwarzenegger)
Raye: There's a parallel between him and me. He's very cocky, vey arrogant and I've always been that way.