Anne Grey

Anne Grey
From Wikipedia Anne Grey (6 March 1907 – 3 April 1987) was an English actress, who appeared in 44 films between 1928 and 1939, including some Hollywood films during the late 1930s. She was educated at Lausanne and King's College London. She originally intended a literary career, and to become a journalist but went on stage instead. Her first film experience in 1925 was in a crowd scene in The Constant Nymph but she got second lead in her next picture just two months later. In 1934 she went to Hollywood.
Name Anne Grey
Also Known As
Birthday 1907-03-06
Deathday 1987-04-03
Gender Female
IMDB Anne Grey profile on IMDB
Place of Birth Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, UK
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1932-07-18
Number Seventeen...
As: Lady Violet Ormsby
1935-08-23
Bonnie Scotland...
As: Lady Phyllis Cameron
1935-05-31
Break of Hearts...
As: Harriet Wright
1935-12-30
Just My Luck...
As: Rosemary Trent
1933-12-01
The House of Trent...
As: Lydia
1934-11-27
Lady in Danger...
As: Lady Chettwinde
1934-11-29
Road House...
As: Lady Moynton
1933-09-13
Leave It to Smith...
As: Lady Anne Cranton
1933-03-01
The Blarney Stone...
As: Arden Brent
1934-01-22
The Fire Raisers...
As: Clarissa Wentworth
1930-06-01
The Nipper...
As: Lady Sneerwell
1930-09-05
The School for Scand...
As: Beryl Stedman
1930-06-01
The Squeaker...
As: Wenda Panniford
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The Calendar...
As: Anne Barrett
1931-01-01
Guilt...
As: Mildred Craddock
1931-10-01
The Happy Ending...
As: Sybil Vane
1931-08-01
The Man at Six...
As: Lady Arranways
1931-12-31
The Old Man...
As: Anne Vernon
1931-02-01
Other People's Sins...
As: Raina Petkoff
1932-01-23
Arms and the Man...
As: Diana Oughterson
1932-05-01
The Faithful Heart...
As: Muriel Harvey
1932-03-31
Lily Christine...
As: Helen Osmond
1932-05-02
Murder at Covent Gar...
As: Joanne de Beaudricou
1935-01-11
The Wandering Jew...