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Actress, Coleen Gray, was born Doris Bernice Jensen on Oct 23, 1922 in Staplehurst, NE. Gray died at the age of 92 on Aug 3, 2015 in Los Angeles, CA .

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By John Grant on Aug 4, 2015 From Noirish

Sad news — died yesterday. Vienna, at Vienna’s Classic Hollywood, has a fine illustrated tribute: The death ?of has been announced (August 3rd,2015). A fine actress known for many dramatic and western roles. Born Doris Jensen, Coleen was under contract to Fox in ... Read full article


1922 – 2015

By Marisa on Aug 3, 2015 From The Timothy Carey Experience

We were saddened to learn today of the passing of , a delicate beauty who became one of film noir‘s brightest lights (how’s that for a paradox?). The only film in which she appeared with Timothy (not together on-screen, unfortunately) was Stanley Kubrick‘s The Killing (1... Read full article


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By Dawn on Oct 23, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

(October 23, 1922), performed in many leading roles in the Los Angeles stage productions, Letters to Lucerne and Brief Music, which won her a 20th Century Fox contract in 1944. After playing a small part in, State Fair (1945), she became pregnant and briefly stopped working, only to ret... Read full article


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Coleen Gray Quotes:

Joe Rolfe: Look, you're a nice girl, but in case you're thinking of mothering me, forget it! I'm no stray dog you can pick up, and I like my neck without a collar. Now get lost!
Helen Foster: Now I'm supposed to be hurt. Maybe even cry. But I won't. I think you're in trouble, and I'm going to help you.


Sally: It's a kind of pity that I only like bad men and want to make them good.


Bart Laish: But after your father died, why didn't you go back home?
Christella Burke: Delaware is small. It's crowded with too many memories.


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She and husband Fritz Zeiser are dutifully involved with the non-profit volunteer organization Prison Fellowship, founded in 1976 by Chuck Charles Colson (a former prisoner himself for his involvement in the Watergate scandal), which assists the Church in providing ministry to prisoners and their families, as well as their victims.

In July 2006, she was a guest at the Western Film Fair in Charlotte, North Carolina along with Marjorie Lord, Ben Murphy, Roger Davis, Russ Tamblyn, Mark Goddard, Ronnie Schell, Steve Kanaly, Cheryl Rogers and Tom Reese.

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