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Lorna Gray Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jul 26, 1918
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001
  • Birth Name: Virginia Pound

As a teenager, Virginia Mae "Ginger" Pound was hired as a vocalist with the [[Performer~P57989~Roger Pryor~rogerpryor]] band. Signed to a Columbia Pictures contract in 1939, Ginger Pound was transformed into Lorna Gray. Under this cognomen, she played leads in B's like [[Feature~V31093~The Man They Could Not Hang~themantheycouldnothang]] (1939) and bits in A's like [[Feature~V33698~Mr. Smith Goes to Washington~mrsmithgoestowashington]] (1939). She was especially noticeable in Columbia's two-reel product, playing opposite the likes of [[Performer~P96995~Buster Keaton~busterkeaton]] ([[Feature~V142162~Pest From the West~pestfromthewest]]) and [[Performer~P70872~the Three Stooges~thethreestooges]] ([[Feature~V142344~Three Sappy People~threesappypeople]], [[Feature~V229011~Rockin' Thru the Rockies~rockinthrutherockies]], [[Feature~V227203~You Nazty Spy!~younaztyspy]]). She moved on to Republic, alternating as a serial heroine (Captain America) and villainess ([[Feature~V127884~The Perils of Nyoka~perilsofnyoka]]). In 1946, Lorna Gray underwent a second name change, reemerging as [[Performer~P7373~Adrian Booth~adrianbooth]]. While she was well received by the public in films like [[Feature~V115398~Valley of the Zombies~valleyofthezombies]] (1946), [[Feature~V232785~Oh! Susanna~ohsusanna]] (1950), and [[Feature~V109163~The Sea Hornet~theseahornet]] (1951), she never truly reached the top ranks of stardom, and retired in 1954. [[Performer~P7373~Adrian Booth~adrianbooth]] is the widow of actor [[Performer~P8394~David Brian~davidbrian]]. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi