Virginia Gregg
Actress
Virginia Gregg
Virginia Gregg was an American actress best known for her many roles in radio dramas. Born in Harrisburg, Illinois, she was the daughter of musician Dewey Alphaleta (née Todd) and businessman Edward William Gregg.
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Satellite campus, pensions strap RPI - Albany Times Union
Google News - over 5 years
In a four-sentence statement on the report, RPI Chief Financial Officer Virginia Gregg said Hartford was an important part of the school's academic offerings. In regard to the high debt load, she said Moody's "stable" rating is an affirmation of the
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Dorothy L. Fowler - VillageSoup Belfast
Google News - over 5 years
Dorothy is survived by her sister, Constance Virginia Gregg, 97, of Sarasota, Fla.; her son, Alan K. Fowler and wife, Catherine, of North Reading, Mass.; her daughter, Susan Shinn of Canaan, NH; Shirley Remsen and husband, Richard, of Rockport;
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The Herculoids: The Complete Series - JustPressPlay
Google News - over 5 years
"The Herculoids: The Complete Series" is on sale June 14, 2011 and is not rated. Adventure, Animation. Directed by Joseph Barbera, William Hanna. Written by Joe Ruby, David Scott, Ken Spears. Starring Don Messick, Mike Road, Virginia Gregg, Ted Eccles
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THEATER REVIEW: Don't miss this production of “Death Of A Salesman” - San Diego Gay & Lesbian News
Google News - over 5 years
Miller, Kyle Lucy, Frances Regal, Sassan Saffari, Virginia Gregg and Kelly Iversen complete this fine cast. Kudos to set designer Tim Wallace, whose one long stepped set the length of the stage serves for all locales. Wallace also did the fine sound
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The Herculoids – The Comlete Series - Comicmix.com
Google News - over 5 years
The team of fighters is led by the husband and wife duo of Zandor (Mike Road) and Tarra (Virginia Gregg), accompanied by their son Dorno (Ted Eccles) and “Zok the laser-ray dragon! Igoo the giant rock ape! Tundro the tremendous!
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Play review: 'Salesman' puts Willy on sidelines - SignOnSanDiego.com
Google News - over 5 years
(There's also solid work here by Kyle Lucy, Jeff Anthony Miller, Sassan Saffari, Virginia Gregg and Kelly Iversen.) Chris Renda's lighting mixes somber twilight with dapples of hopeful sun (in the flashback scenes on Tim Wallace's minimalist set),
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Warner Archives Brings "The Herculoids" to DVD - Toon Zone
Google News - almost 6 years
Virginia Gregg (voiced Norman Bates's mother in Psycho) as Tara, Ted Eccles (My Side of the Mountain) as Dorno, and Don Messick as Gloop & Gleep. All 18 episodes appear on a 2 disc set, along with a featurette. The set will be sold through Warner's
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Virginia Gregg Is Dead at 70; Off-Screen Voice in 'Psycho'
NYTimes - over 30 years
Virginia Gregg, the versatile character actress who scared moviegoers as the chilling off-screen voice of the mummified mother in the three ''Psycho'' movies, died of lung cancer Monday in Encino Hospital. She was 70 years old. The Harrisburg, Ill., native who moved to Pasadena as a child appeared in more than 45 movies. She got her start in show
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SCREEN: ANIMATED 'HEIDI'
NYTimes - over 34 years
THE Hanna-Barbera Heidi is a cheerful creature, an angelic, animated child who says things like ''But Grandfather, every day can be Christmas if you're happy!'' She also sings frequently. She is the star of ''Heidi's Song,'' a children's entertainment of the oldfashioned school, full of friendly bunnies and lovable kittens and demure girls hoping
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Virginia Commander Bride of David Knott
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Virginia Gregg Commander, daughter of Mrs. A. Thomas Bradbury of Atlanta and the late Robert Charlton Commander, was married yesterday to David Mabon Knott, son of Mrs. William E. Stockhausen of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Dorset, Vt., and the late David Hurst Knott Jr. of New York. The Rev. Dr. Harry A. Fifield performed the ceremony in the First
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Virginia Gregg
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1986
    Age 69
    Gregg died from lung cancer in Encino, California, September 15, 1986, aged 70.
    More Details Hide Details She was survived by her three sons: Gregg, Jaime and Ricardo del Valle.
  • 1981
    Age 64
    She reprised that role when the series was revived in 1981 as part of the Space Stars animated series.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1967
    Age 50
    Gregg supplied the voice of "Mrs. Bates" in Psycho as did Jeanette Nolan and Paul Jasmin, all uncredited. Only Gregg did the voice in the sequels Psycho II and Psycho III. She voiced "Tarra" on the 1967 animated TV series, The Herculoids.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1958
    Age 41
    Gregg also played non-recurring character roles in four episodes of the long-running CBS series Perry Mason, including the 1958 episode, "The Case of the Cautious Coquette," and "The Case of the Pathetic Patient" from 1961.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1954
    Age 37
    Jack Webb used her in dozens of roles on both the radio and TV versions of the show, as well as in the 1954 film version of Dragnet.
    More Details Hide Details In later years, she appeared on other shows produced by Webb's production company, Mark VII Limited (e.g., Adam-12, Emergency!
  • 1948
    Age 31
    Gregg married producer Jaime del Valle in 1948, (Another source says October 15, 1947, in Las Vegas, Nevada.) and they had three children, Gregg, Jaime, and Ricardo. They were divorced December 22, 1959.
    More Details Hide Details She was active with the Recording for the Blind Inc. organization, making recordings as a volunteer and serving on the group's board of directors.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1937
    Age 20
    Before going into radio, Gregg played the double bass with the Pasadena Symphony and Pops. She was a member of the Singing Strings group heard initially on KHJ in Los Angeles, California, in 1937 and later on CBS and Mutual.
    More Details Hide Details Gregg was a prolific radio actress, heard on such programs as The Adventures of Sam Spade, Dragnet, Dr. Kildare, Gunsmoke, The Jack Benny Program, Let George Do It, Lux Radio Theatre, One Man's Family, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar, The Screen Guild Theater, The CBS Radio Mystery Theatre, The Zero Hour and Mutual Radio Theater. On the radio series Have Gun–Will Travel (starring John Dehner as Paladin), Gregg portrayed Miss Wong (the girlfriend of Hey Boy), and also appeared in very different roles in the concurrent television series with Richard Boone. She had the role of Betty Barbour on One Man's Family and played Richard Diamond's girlfriend, the wealthy Helen Asher, on the radio series Richard Diamond, Private Detective (starring Dick Powell as Diamond). She later guest starred in an episode of the television version of Richard Diamond, starring David Janssen.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1916
    Born
    Born on March 6, 1916.
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