Nadia Gray - Rotten Tomatoes

Nadia Gray

Highest Rated:   97% La Dolce Vita (1960)
Lowest Rated:   81% Two for the Road (1967)
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Birthplace:   Bucharest, Romania
Of Russian-Rumanian descent, Nadia Gray left Bucharest in the late '40s when the Communists took over. Arriving in Paris with her aviator husband, who claimed to be (and probably was) a European prince, she made her first screen appearance in L'Inconnue D'un Soir (1948). Specializing in aristocratic, jet-set roles, she was memorable as a decadent partygoer named Nadia in Fellini's La Dolce Vita (1960) and as Francoise in Stanley Donen's Two For the Road (1967). Fans of TV's The Prisoner will remember her guest star turn in the episode "The Chimes of Big Ben." Marrying a second time to a Manhattan attorney, Nadia Gray left films behind in 1976 to settle in New York, where she began a second career as a night club entertainer.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Naked Runner
  • Karen Gisevius
1967
81% Two for the Road
  • Francoise Dalbret
1967
No Score Yet The Oldest Profession (Le Plus vieux métier du monde)
  • Nadia
1967
No Score Yet Winnetou and Old Firehand (Winnetou und sein Freund Old Firehand)
  • Michele Mercier
1966
No Score Yet Maniac
  • Eve Beynat
1963
No Score Yet Carosello Napoletano
  • "The Spirit of Naples"
1961
97% La Dolce Vita
  • Nadia
1960
No Score Yet Captain's Table
  • Mrs. Porteous
1960
No Score Yet Letto a tre piazze
  • Actor
1960
No Score Yet Candide ou l'optimisme au XXe siècle
  • Dame
1960
No Score Yet The Captain's Table
  • Actor
1959
No Score Yet Une Parisienne
  • Queen Greta
1957
No Score Yet Vacanze a Ischia (Holiday Island)
  • Actor
1957
No Score Yet Folies-bergere
  • Actor
1956
No Score Yet Casa Ricordi (House of Ricordi)
  • Giulia Grisi
1954
No Score Yet Casta Diva: A Romanticized Biography Of Bellini
  • Actor
1954
No Score Yet Puccini
  • Cesira Ferrari
1953
No Score Yet Wife for a Night
  • Geraldine
1952
No Score Yet The Spider and the Fly
  • Madeleine Saincaize
1949

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