George Gray was an actor, director and makeup man for both film and television. The collection consists of five photograph
albums including George Gray's silent film production stills, personal and family photographs. Additionally, there are a small
numner of casting directories for silent films.
George Guy Gray's show business career began when as a teenager he worked as a memeber of the Dr. Carvers's Diving Horses
show. Gray went on to work in vaudevilleand around 1912 he made his foray into motion pictures. In the early teens, he worked
as an actor and director with Mack Sennett. Gray went on to work as a makeup artist in both film and television. George Gray
died in the early 1960s.
3.0 linear ft.
(5 flat boxes)
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