Raymond Elliott Reid (born January 16, 1920) is an American character actor from New York City.
Reid worked regularly in radio dramas during the Golden Age of radio. His credits include Orson Welles's The Mercury Theatre on the Air, TheCavalcade of America, Theatre Guild on the Air and the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. In some early performances he was credited as Ted Reid.
Reid’s best-known film role was as private detective Ernie Malone, Jane Russell’s love interest, in the 20th Century-Fox classic Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953).
A member of The Actors Studio from its inception, Reid was a regular in NBC television's That Was the Week That Was (1964–65) and made guest appearances on Murder, She Wrote, The Odd Couple, I Love Lucy, Barney Miller, Small Wonder, Perry Mason and The Munsters. He co-starred as Felix Unger in a road production of The Odd Couple with Dan Dailey as Oscar Madison during the late 1960s. Reid retired in 1995, aged 75.