Virginia Mayo

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Age: 93
Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.

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Virginia Mayo (November 30, 1920 – January 17, 2005) was an American film actress.
After a short career in vaudeville, Mayo progressed to films and during the 1940s established herself as a supporting player in such films as The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) and White Heat (1949).
She worked extensively during the 1950s, but after this her appearances were fewer. She worked occasionally until her final performance in 1997.

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Movie Character Year
55w1okjaohvr2fd2fqkwpgajlbj The Princess and the Pirate Princess Margaret 1944
W40cgbgzr9tei8quspk1w1jajge Pearl of the South Pacific Rita Delaine 1955
Lpitn6mjyqbqvgnwpoyracq4nqm Haunted Michelle 1977
Qxuce2wg76a8l8l5gzkyhftqhz4 Colorado Territory Colorado Carson 1949
5do82sduhglbsywpo4ueyklzuvm White Heat Verna Jarrett 1949
2y03jc4v1k56knzayasynabgxas Along the Great Divide Ann Keith 1951
H5hwjfau5rmvugttux7po1kg2jz The Silver Chalice Helena 1954
Xrebh8lmnjhzyanymfxciq9wkrp The Flame and the Arrow Anne de Hesse 1950
Zq90a8if3p3v0qutptf2jb13ugc Red Light Carla North 1949
1srflvpprablflmyyquhbxyj6en King Richard And The Crusaders Lady Edith Plantagenet 1954
Ipozoadv5qlkt1libdhlidsqykm The Best Years of Our Lives Marie Derry 1946
Lmpphxnfjo19hdsosm0oizbol4u The Man Next Door Lucia 0000
9kpro0g2gcqadwwsslv6d8ewwzm White Heat: Top of the World Herself 2005