Minna Grey

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Minna Grey
Minna Grey 1919.jpg
Grey in 1919
Born1877 (1877)
London, England
Died1935 (aged 5758)
Westminster, London, England
OccupationSilent film actress
SpouseSimeon Francis Jacobs

Minna Grey (1877 – 1935) was an English actress of the silent era. [1]



Grey died in 1935, at age 58.

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  1. Minna Grey Archived 2012-10-23 at the Wayback Machine . bfi.org.uk
  2. "'The Edge o' Beyond' (advertisement)". The Kinematograph and Lantern Weekly: 32. 25 September 1919.