Betty Gray was born in 1895 in Passaic, New Jersey, USA. She was an American Actress, known for The Light That Failed (1912), Too Many Husbands (1914), The Timid Mr. Tootles (1915), Betty Gray's first movie on record is from 1912. She was married to E. H. Pendleton Jr.. Betty Gray died on May 15, 1919 in New York City, New York, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1918.
Biographical Notes in German: 1913-14 August-January: Betty Gray (Pathe Frcres) 30,58 [votes] / Betty Gray (Pathe Freres) 68,179 [votes] / Have noticed it. but dont know why Betty Gray bites her lower lip... / Donald MacKenzie and Betty Gray in "The Parting Eternal" (Pathe Freres)
1914-15 August-January: Betty Gray with Biograph
1915 Feb-July: Betty Gray is with Vitagraph
1915 Oct: Betty Gray and Gladden James, the principals, were assisted by a good supporting cast. Shaw is at present working on a new script entitled “Sunshine and Shadows,” which he wrote himself. Those who will be seen in this picture are Betty Gray, Harry Spingler and Paul Panzer, and these three will head his company in his future pro- ductions ...
1916 Mar-Apr: Betty Gray, as a telephone girl, and Arthur Earl, as the gentleman from Missouri, help along the fun- making in good style ...
1916 Apr: "His Wife's Mistake" (...) Mabel Normand is the only absentee. Her place is taken by Betty Gray. [The Moving Picture World, April 15, 1916, pg 420]
1916 May: Betty Gray, perfectly demure and sweet, in a poke bonnet and a made-over dress, and no less so in penitent black, makes an ideal exponent of guileless virtue pitted against designing vice ...
1916-17: Betty Gray with Keystone
1917 Feb-Jul: Betty Gray was with Keystone last.
Betty Gray Filmography [Auszug]
1918: [09.08] Why America Will Win (Cast: Ann Thompson Pershing), Directed by Richard Stanton, with , , Ralph Faulkner,
1916: [04.02] His Wife's Mistakes (His Wife's Mistress, The Wrong Mr. Stout (Working title)) (Cast: The Telephone Girl), Directed by Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Al St. John, Minta Durfee,
1916: [03.31] Scorched Wings (Cast: Betty Pendleton), Directed by Brinsley Shaw, with Curtis Benton, ,
1916: [03.29] Madelaine Morel (Cast: Madelaine Morel), Directed by N. N., with William Russell, Jack Drumier,
1916: [03.07] Sunlight and Shadows (Sunshine and Shadow (Working title)) (Cast: Betty ), Directed by Brinsley Shaw, with , Paul Panzer,
1916: [02.16] Pique (Cast: Arthur's Cousin Mary), Directed by Lawrence Marston, with William Russell, Jack Drumier,
1916: [01.03] Who killed Joe Merrion? (The Atonement, The Arm of the Law) (Cast: Vivienne Stevens), Directed by Tefft Johnson, with Joseph Kilgour, Sidney Rankin Drew,
1915: [11.19] Blood Heritage (Cast: Ethel Radford ), Directed by Brinsley Shaw, with Lionel Adams, Gladden James,
1915: [11.03] Dora Thorne (Cast: Beatrice), Directed by Lawrence Marston, with Lionel Barrymore, William Russell, Millicent Evans,
1915: [07.31] The Mystery of Mary (Cast: Mary), Directed by Harry Lambart, with Lionel Adams, Anders Randolf,
1915:  The Social Butterfly (Sunlight and Shadows (??)) (Cast), Directed by Brinsley Shaw, with , Paul Panzer,
1915: [06.29] The Hand of God (Cast: Jessie - Hugh's Sister ), Directed by Harry Lambart, with Charles Wellesley, Naomi Childers, Bobby Connelly,
1915: [05.25] The Esterbrook Case (Cast), Directed by N. N., with L. Rogers Lytton, Julia Swayne Gordon, Zena Keefe,
1915: [05.11] The Girl Who Might Have Been (Cast: Enid Langford ), Directed by N. N., with Harry T. Morey, Ned Finley,
1915: [05.06] The Park Honeymooners (Cast: The Young Wife ), Directed by Tefft Johnson, with Antonio Moreno, George Stevens,
1915: [04.06] The Timid Mr. Tootles (Cast: The Stenographer), Directed by Sidney Drew, with Sidney Drew, Mrs. Sidney Drew, Cortland van Deusen,
1915: [02.19] A Madcap Adventure (Cast: Josephine Hall ), Directed by Theodore Marston, with Dorothy Kelly, James Morrison,
1915: [01.08] The Smoking Out of Bella Butts (Cast), Directed by George D. Baker, with Flora Finch, Hughie Mack,
1914: [10.29] His Last Dollar (Cast: Eleanor Downs ), Directed by Frank Powell, with David Higgins, Hal Clarendon,
1914: [10.00] The Power of the Press (Cast: Mary Hosford), Directed by N. N., with Lionel Barrymore, Alan Hale, William Russell,
1914: [09.08] The Cricket on the Hearth (Cast: Dot), Directed by N. N., with Jack Drumier, Alan Hale, Robert Drouet,
1914: [06.27] Woman Against Woman (Cast: Miriam Barton), Directed by Paul Powell, with Lionel Barrymore, Millicent Evans,
1914: [06.06] Too Many Husbands (Cast: Mrs. Brown (AKA Miss Gray)), Directed by Sidney Drew, with Antonio Moreno, Harry Davenport, Sidney Drew,
1914: [06.06] In the Nick of Time (Cast: The Sheriff's Daughter ), Directed by N. N.,
1914: [05.02] Her Big Scoop (Cast: The Reporter ), Directed by Travers Vale, with William Russell, Louise Vale,
1914: [04.23] The Tango Flat (Cast), Directed by N. N.,
1914: [04.23] A Man in the House (Cast: The Bride ), Directed by N. N.,
1914: [04.06] The Master of the Strong (Cast: Pearl - the Master's Daughter ), Directed by Travers Vale, with William J. Butler, Hattie Delaro,
1914: [01.10] The Bartered Crown (Cast: Mina - the Lacemaker), Directed by N. N., with Lionel Barrymore,
1913: [12.08] The Capturing of David Dunne (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Alan Hale,
1913: [10.08] The Smuggler (Cast: The Smuggler's Daughter ), Directed by N. N., with Crane Wilbur, Harrish Ingraham,
1913: [09.17] The Merrill Murder Mystery (Cast: Betty Merrill ), with Crane Wilbur, Harrish Ingraham,
1913: [09.10] Across the Chasm (Cast: The Indian Warrior's Sweetheart ), Directed by N. N., with Crane Wilbur, Octavia Handworth,
1913: [08.27] $1,000 Reward (Cast), Directed by N. N., with Crane Wilbur, Charles Bennett,
1913: [05.21] The Price of Silence (Cast: Marion Frazer - the Daughter ), Directed by N. N., with Nancy Avril, ,
1913: [05.01] The Parting Eternal (Cast: Betty Leonard ), Directed by N. N., with Donald MacKenzie,
1913: [03.26] The Gate She Left Open (Cast: Betty - the Niece ), Directed by N. N., with ,
1913: [03.01] The Cheapest Way (Cast: Betty Cary ), Directed by N. N., with Paul Panzer, William A. Williams,
1912: [12.26] The Beach Combers (Cast: Betty - the Fishermaid ), Directed by N. N., with Jack W. Johnston, Joseph Levering,
1912: [11.20] The Country Boy (Cast: Betty Gray), Directed by N. N., with Jack W. Johnston, Charles Arling,
1912: [11.16] The Light That Failed (Cast: Betty Sterling ), Directed by N. N., with Jack W. Johnston,
1912: [10.16] The Lass of Gloucester (Cast: Betty Lane - the Lass of Gloucester ), with Joseph Levering, Jack W. Johnston,
1912: [09.07] Gee! My Pants! (Cast: Dr. Gibbs' Sweetheart ), Directed by N. N., with Crane Wilbur,
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