Virginia Grey (March 22, 1917 - July 31, 2004) was an American actress. She was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of director Ray Grey. One of her early babysitters was Gloria Swanson. Virginia debuted at the age of ten in the silent film Uncle Tom's Cabin as Little Eva. She continued acting for a few more years, but then left movies in order to finish her education.
Grey returned to films in the 1930s with bit parts and extra work, but she eventually signed a contract with MGM and appeared in such movies as Another Thin Man, Hullabaloo and The Big Store. She left MGM in 1942, and signed with several different studios over the years, working steadily.
Notable movies include Tarzan's New York Adventure, Idaho, Wyoming, Sweet Rosie O'Grady, Flame of Barbary Coast, Jungle Jim, The Rose Tattoo, Jeanne Eagels, Madame X and Airport. Grey was a regular on television in the 1950s, appearing on The Ford Theatre Hour, Your Show of Shows, Four Star Playhouse, The Millionaire, Science Fiction Theater, Wagon Train, and many more.