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Acteur dans 78 films

Né(e) le 22 mars 1917

Lieu de naissance
Los Angeles, California, USA

Mort le 31 juillet 2004 (à 87 ans)

Virginia Grey

Acteur dans

  • Flame of Barbary Coast
  • Whistling in the Dark
  • The Women
  • Meurtrière ambition
  • Back Street
  • Airport
  • Love Has Many Faces
  • Les Aventures de Tarzan à New-York
  • Who Killed Doc Robbin
  • Highway 301
  • Nick joue et gagne
  • Madame X
  • Strangers in the Night
  • Rosalie
  • Tout ce que le ciel permet
  • Accused of Murder
  • Les Lycéennes
  • Grand Central Murder
  • La rose tatouée
  • Bad Guy
  • Three Cheers for the Irish
  • The Eternal Sea
  • Meurtre sans faire-part
  • Une Balle signée X
  • Bachelor in Paradise
  • Les Conquérants d'un nouveau monde
  • The Threat
  • House of Horrors
  • Bullfighter and the Lady
  • Mr. and Mrs. North
  • Thunder Afloat
  • So This Is New York
  • Jungle Jim
  • The Restless Years
  • Jeanne Eagels
  • Slaughter Trail
  • Three Desperate Men
  • Broadway Serenade
  • Smooth as Silk
  • A Perilous Journey
  • The Golden Fleecing
  • Unknown Island
  • Idaho
  • Blonde Inspiration
  • That's Entertainment!
  • Dramatic School
  • Rich Man, Poor Girl
  • Hullabaloo
  • Rosie!
  • Secret Valley
  • Black Zoo
  • Target Earth
  • Mexican Hayride
  • Police spéciale
  • Les Marx au grand magasin
  • Heart to Heart
  • Youth Takes a Fling
  • L'ange impur
  • Stage Door Canteen
  • Idiot's Delight
  • Secrets of the Underground
  • Bells of Capistrano
  • Keeping Company
  • Grissly's Millions
  • That's Entertainment!
  • Pilote d'essai
  • The Last Command
  • C'est donc ton frère
  • Misbehaving Ladies
  • Joan Crawford: The Ultimate Movie Star
  • Sweet Rosie O'Grady
  • Ladies in Distress
  • Old Hutch
  • Captain Scarface
  • Hurricane at Pilgrim Hill
  • Wyoming
  • Billy Rose's Casa Mañana Revue
  • Palmy Days
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Virginia Grey (March 22, 1917 – July 31, 2004) was an American actress. She was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of director Ray Grey. One of her early babysitters was Gloria Swanson. Grey debuted at the age of ten in the silent film Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927) as Little Eva. She continued acting for a few more years, but then left movies in order to finish her education. Grey returned to films in the 1930s with bit parts and extra work, but she eventually signed a contract with MGM and appeared in such movies as Another Thin Man, Hullabaloo and The Big Store. She played Consuela McNish in The Hardys Ride High (1939) with Mickey Rooney. She left MGM in 1942, and signed with several different studios over the years, working steadily. During the 1950s and 1960s, producer Ross Hunter frequently included Grey in his popular soap melodramas, such as All That Heaven Allows, Back Street and Madame X. She had an on again/off again relationship with Clark Gable in the 1940s. After his wife Carole Lombard died and he returned from military service, Clark and Virginia were often seen at restaurants and nightclubs together. Many, including Virginia herself, expected him to marry her. The tabloids were all expecting the wedding announcement. It was a great surprise when he hastily married Lady Sylvia Ashley in 1949. Virginia was heartbroken. They divorced in 1952, but much to Virginia's dismay their brief romance was never rekindled. Her friends say that her hoping and waiting for Clark was the reason she never married. She was a regular on television in the 1950s and 1960s, appearing on Playhouse 90, General Electric Theater, The DuPont Show with June Allyson, Your Show of Shows, Wagon Train, Bonanza, Marcus Welby, M.D., Love, American Style, Burke's Law, The Virginian, Peter Gunn and many others. She was portrayed by Anna Torv in the HBO Mini-series The Pacific. Description above from the Wikipedia article Virginia Grey, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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