Booth, Adrian (1918–)
Booth, Adrian (1918–)
American actress and singer. Name variations: Ginger Pound; Lorna Gray. Born Virginia Mae Pound, July 26, 1918, in Grand Rapids, Michigan; m. David Brian (actor, died 1998).
Began career singing with Roger Pryor's band as Ginger Pound; signed with Columbia Pictures and changed name to Lorna Gray for film debut in Adventure in Sahara (1938); appeared in over 50 films during career, including The Man They Could Not Hang, Red River Range, Deadwood Dick, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Under Colorado Skies, So Proudly We Hail, Captain America (serial), and 2-reel comedies starring Buster Keaton and The Three Stooges; changed name to Adrian Booth (1946), appearing in Oh! Susanna, The Gallant Legion and The Sea Hornet, among others; retired (1954).
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