Virginia Gregg Actress

Virginia Gregg
Country:
United States
Birthday:
March 6, 1916
Death Date:
September 15, 1986 (age 70)
Birth Sign :
Pisces

About

Virginia Gregg is a 70 years old actress from United States of America Virginia Gregg was born on March 06, 1916 (died on September 15, 1986, she was 70 years old) in .

Biography

Virginia Gregg was an American actress best known for her many roles in radio dramas and television series. Born in Harrisburg in Saline County in southeastern Illinois she was the daughter of musician Dewey Alphaleta and businessman Edward William Gregg.
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Is Virginia Gregg still alive?

No, she died on 09/15/1986, 35 years ago. She was 70 years old when she died. Cause of death: cancer. She died in Encino

Works

Virginia Gregg Albums

There are 13 albums of Virginia Gregg:

Longing For U
Longing For U
The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton
The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton
Richard Diamond, Private Detective, The William Holland Case
Richard Diamond, Private Detective, The William Holland Case
Dragnet, Los Angeles Police, A true story : The Big Layout, Radio Show dated 25 January 1953
Dragnet, Los Angeles Police, A true story : The Big Layout, Radio Show dated 25 January 1953

Her last album Longing For U released 2 years 9 months ago. When Longing For U released, she was 102 years old. This album contains 3 tracks

Her first album Screen Director's Assignment, Let's Live A Little directed by Richard Wallace starring Robert Cummings released 72 years ago, she was 32 years old when this album released.

Virginia Gregg Movies (37)

There are 37 movies of Virginia Gregg:

Her first feature film was Psycho (1960, as Norma Bates (voice) (uncredited)). She was 44 when she starred in this movie. Since 1960, she has appeared in 37 feature films. The last one is Goodbye, Franklin High (1978). In this movie, she played the character Nurse .

Virginia Gregg movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

Virginia Gregg TV Shows (86)

Her first TV Show was Lux Video Theatre (1950).

What was Virginia's zodiac sign?

Virginia Gregg zodiac sign was pisces.

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