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Fay Wray

Vina Fay Wray (born September 15, 1907) is a Canadian-born U.S. actress. Born near Cardston, Alberta[?], she is best-remembered for her role as the blonde seductress of a gigantic, prehistoric gorilla in the classic horror/adventure film King Kong (1933).

Wray also appeared in many other films, mostly in the 1930s, including The Wedding March[?] (1928), The Four Feathers[?] (1929), The Most Dangerous Game[?] (1933), The Vampire Bat[?] (1933), and The Mystery of the Wax Museum[?] (1933).

See also: Other Canadian pioneers in early Hollywood

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