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Gray in 1938
Fanny Evelyn Garrett
27 November 1900
|Died||23 May 1983 82) (aged|
Mere, Wiltshire, England
|Other names||Eve Grey|
Eve Gray (27 November 1900 – 23 May 1983) was an English film actress.
Born Fanny Evelyn Garrett, she was taken to Australia as a child and later had a stage career there. She returned to England in 1924 and within three days of arrival had signed a contract and then made her first appearance on the London stage at Daly's Theatre in Madame Pompadour. A film contract soon followed, although she continued to appear on stage in the West End in plays such as Charles Bennett's Sensation .
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