Shirley Grey

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Birthday: Apr 11, 1902
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A blonde, blue-eyed Hollywood ingenue of the 1930s, Shirley Grey made an excellent impression as Edith Varney in the RKO Civil War melodrama Secret Service. Grey went on to appear in westerns and serials, co-starring with John Wayne in the 1932 chapter play Hurricane Express. She was then seen in "hard-boiled dame" roles opposite the likes of Cagney and Robinson. Shirley Grey's last film credit was the British Mystery of the Marie Celeste (1935), which starred Bela Lugosi.

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No Score Yet Terror Aboard Actor 2013
No Score Yet Bombay Mail Actor 2012
No Score Yet Phantom Ship Sarah Briggs 1936
No Score Yet Stranded Marvel Young 1935
No Score Yet Circumstantial Evidence Adrienne Grey 1935
No Score Yet His Greatest Gamble Bernice 1934
No Score Yet Green Eyes Jean Kester 1934
No Score Yet Sisters Under the Skin Gilda Gordon 1934
No Score Yet Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round Anya Rosson 1934
No Score Yet Twin Husbands Chloe Werrenden 1933
No Score Yet Murder on the Campus Lillian Voyne 1933
No Score Yet Life of Jimmy Dolan Goldie 1933
No Score Yet The Little Giant Edith Merriam 1933
No Score Yet From Hell to Heaven Winnie Lloyd 1933
No Score Yet Back Street Francine 1932
No Score Yet Uptown New York Patricia Smith 1932
No Score Yet Virtue Gert 1932
No Score Yet Hurricane Express Gloria Stratton 1932
No Score Yet The Riding Tornado Patsy Alcott 1932
No Score Yet Texas Cyclone Helena Rawlins 1932
No Score Yet Air Eagles Actor 1932
No Score Yet Get That Girl Ruth Dale 1932
No Score Yet Cornered Actor 1932
No Score Yet Drifting Souls Greta Janson 1932

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