She also anchored the TV show Star Biz on Star Movies, with actor/model Kelly Dorji.
Lisa also appeared in a desert-themed music video for the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s Aafreen Aafreen, and then took an assignment to anchor a TV show.
On Christmas in 2009, Ray received a stem cell transplant to treat her rare cancer.
She also appeared in a guest role of a reporter, Dominique Ball in Defendor.
Ray attended the Toronto International Film Festival in support of her work in Cooking with Stella.
In 2016, Ray appeared in Ram Gopal Varma's biographical Veerappan.
She excelled academically, doing five years of high school in four, while attending three different high schools: Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, Richview Collegiate Institute, and Silverthorn Collegiate Institute.
Ray is an advocate for stem cell technology, recording a PSA for the Mc Ewan Centre for Regenerative Medicine.
Also, she completed a national media tour in Canada for Multiple Myeloma called Making Myeloma Matter, in early 2011, to raise public awareness.Subsequently, she returned to Canada to attend university to study journalism, but a car accident that injured her mother derailed those plans.Instead, she returned to India, where she appeared on the cover of Glad Rags wearing a red Baywatch-style swimsuit.She gave a candid interview on her personal cancer trauma and surviving it, appearing on the cover of the 2010 anniversary issue of the Indian men's luxury magazine The Man.The documentary was made by Namrata Singh Gujral and featured cancer survivors Olivia Newton-John, Diahann Carroll, Melissa Etheridge, Mumtaz, and Jaclyn Smith, as well as William Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin, and Priya Dutt, whose lives have been touched by cancer. It also starred Bárbara Mori, Deepak Chopra, and Morgan Brittany.However, while still at ALRA, she received another call from Deepa Mehta, who made her an offer she simply could not refuse—the lead role of Kalyani in Mehta's highly controversial and much-anticipated feature Water.