Fay Wray

Fay Wray

  • Born on
    • September 15th, 1907
  • Died on
    • August 8th, 2004
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fay Wray (born Vina Fay Wray; September 15, 1907 – August 8, 2004) was a Canadian-American actress. Through an acting career that spanned 57 years, Wray attained international stardom as an actress in horror film roles, leading to many considering her as the first "scream queen". After appearing in minor film roles, Wray gained media attention being selected as one of the "WAMPAS Baby Stars". This led to Wray being signed to Paramount Pictures as a teenager, where she made more than a dozen films. After leaving Paramount, she signed deals with various film companies, being cast in her first horror film roles. For RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., she starred in the film with which she is most identified, King Kong (1933). After the success of King Kong, Wray appeared in more minor film roles and on television, leading to her final role in 1980. Description above from the Wikipedia article Fay Wray, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Starring Fay Wray on Plex


Acting (26 Credits)

1980Gideon's Trumpet as Edna Curtis
1976Murder by Death as Screaming Door Bell (archive sound) (uncredited)
1957Tammy and the Bachelor as Mrs. Brent
1956Crime of Passion as Alice Pope
1955Hell on Frisco Bay as Kay Stanley
1955Queen Bee as Sue McKinnon
1955The Cobweb as Edna Devanal
1953Small Town Girl as Mrs. Gordon Kimbell
1949Mighty Joe Young as Woman's Scream (uncredited)
1941Adam Had Four Sons as Molly Stoddard
1937It Happened in Hollywood as Gloria Gay
1935The Clairvoyant as Rene
1934Black Moon as Gail Hamilton
1934Viva Villa! as Teresa
1934The Richest Girl in the World as Sylvia Lockwood
1933King Kong as Ann Darrow
1933Mystery of the Wax Museum as Charlotte Duncan
1933The Vampire Bat as Ruth Bertin
1933One Sunday Afternoon as Virginia Brush
1933Son of Kong as Screaming voice (uncredited)
1932The Most Dangerous Game as Eve Trowbridge
1932Doctor X as Joanne Xavier
1931Dirigible as Helen Pierce
1931The Stolen Jools as Fay Wray
1929Thunderbolt as Ritzy
1928The Wedding March as Mitzi / Mitzerl Schrammell

Herself (1 Credits)

1998Universal Horror as Self - Interviewee


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