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July 28, 1898|
San Francisco, California, U.S.
|Died||February 2, 1970(aged 71)|
Lawrence Gray (July 28, 1898 – February 2, 1970 ) was an American actor of the 1920s and 1930s.
During World War I he served in the U. S. Navy and gained a commission. After the war he began in the technical side of films at the Lasky Studios, but later became an extra in crowd scenes and such, and liking the work, decided on a film career. He appeared in over 40 films between 1925 and 1936, although many were B movies.
In 1930 he starred in the MGM film musical Children of Pleasure in which he starred alongside Wynne Gibson and was involved with the film score. He spent much of his career in vaudeville.
- The Dressmaker from Paris (1925)
- The Coast of Folly (1925)
- Stage Struck (1925)
- Are Parents People? (1925)
- The American Venus (1926)
- The Palm Beach Girl (1926)
- Love 'Em and Leave 'Em (1926)
- Kid Boots (1926)
- The Telephone Girl (1927)
- After Midnight (1927)
- The Callahans and the Murphys (1927)
- Convoy (1927)
- The Patsy (1928)
- It's a Great Life (1929 film) (1929)
- Trent's Last Case (1929)
- Marianne (1929)
- Sunny (1930)
- Spring is Here (1930)
- The Florodora Girl (1930)
- Danger Ahead (1935)
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