Fay McKenzie

Highest Rated: 100% Experiment in Terror (1962)
Lowest Rated: 82% The Party (1968)
Birthday: Feb 19, 1918
Birthplace: Not Available
From a well-known Hollywood family that included her father, actor/director/producer Robert McKenzie, mother Eva McKenzie, sisters Ida Mae McKenzie and Ella McKenzie, and brother-in-law Billy Gilbert, blonde Fay McKenzie at first attempted to escape her familial responsibilities by acting under the name of Fay Shannon. Onscreen from childhood (she played Sarah Lincoln in Abraham Lincoln [1924]), McKenzie is today best remembered for appearing as Gene Autry's leading lady in five music Westerns while under term contract to Republic Pictures from 1941 to 1942. She remained in films through the 1980s and also did her fair share of television guest roles. In the 1940s, McKenzie was briefly married to screen tough Steve Cochran.

Highest Rated Movies



86% S.O.B. Beach Girl $14.9M 1981
82% The Party Alice Clutterbuck 1968
100% Experiment in Terror Hospital Superintendent 1962
No Score Yet Murder in the Music Hall Singer in Mom's Cafe 1946
No Score Yet Remember Pearl Harbor Marcia Porter 1942
No Score Yet Cowboy Serenade Stephanie "Steve" Lock 1942
No Score Yet Heart of the Rio Grande Alice Bennett 1942
No Score Yet Home in Wyomin' Clementine 'Clem' Benson 1942
No Score Yet Sierra Sue Sue Larrabee 1941
No Score Yet Down Mexico Way Maria Elena Alvarado 1941
No Score Yet Love, Honor & Oh-Baby! Waitress 1940
No Score Yet It's a Date Young Girl 1940
No Score Yet When the Daltons Rode Hannah 1940
No Score Yet Death Rides the Range Letty Morgan 1939
92% Gunga Din Girl at Party 1939
No Score Yet Assassin of Youth Linda Clayton 1937
No Score Yet Boss Cowboy Actor 1935


No Score Yet Bonanza
Victoria Gates
  • 1961


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