|Date of Birth||26 July 1917, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA|
|Birth Name||Virginia Pound|
Mini Bio (1)
Born Virginia Pound, Lorna Gray was "discovered" by a Columbia Pictures agent while modeling in a fashion show. She was given a screen test, and Columbia was impressed enough to sign her to a contract (it was at this time that she was given the name "Lorna Gray", which she kept until 1945, when she changed it to "Adrian Booth"). She was put in the studio's B unit, occasionally loaned out to Republic or Monogram, and when not making features was used in Columbia's comedy shorts, supporting such performers as The Three Stooges and Buster Keaton (where she actually acquitted herself quite well). She left Columbia and began her long career with Republic Pictures in 1941, appearing in westerns, thrillers, horror pictures and especially the serials in which the studio specialized. She married actor David Brian in 1948, and after making films for a few more years, retired from the screen in 1951.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: A. Nonymous
|David Brian||(1949 - 15 July 1993) (his death)|
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