Sally Gray (born February 14, 1916) was an English movie actress of the 30s and 40s.
Constance Vera Stevens was born in Holloway, London. She specialised in musicals and light comedies. She was a blonde with a seductive throaty speaking voice. Gray was a child stage actress before breaking into films in the 30s. She trained as a child at the Fay Compton School of Dramatic Art. In 1942 she temporarily retired from acting, (due to ill-health) then returned to acting in 1946 in such memorable films as Green for Danger (1946), Carnival (1946) and They Made Me a Fugitive (1947) RKO executives were so impressed with Ms Gray that they authorized producer William Sistrom to offer her a long term contract if she would come to America. John Paddy Carstairs, director of The Saint in London, also thought she could be a star. She declined the offer, and stayed in England. She was married to Dominick Browne, 4th Baron Oranmore and Browne (1950-2002).