Nadia Gray


Actor
Nadia Gray

Biography

Life Events

1948

Film debut

1976

Headlined as a nightclub peformer

Videos

Movie Clip

Maniac (1963) - Open, The Camargue Fairly screeching opening, from Jimmy Sangster’s original screenplay, we meet handyman Janiello (Arnold Diamond) in extreme close-up, observing innocent Annette (Liliane Brousse) after school, on the genuine location near the French Mediterranean coast, Michael Carreras directing, in Hammer Films’ Maniac, 1963, with Kerwin Mathews and Nadia Gray.
Maniac (1963) - He's Not Coming Back Soon? American Jeff (Kerwin Mathews), who’s supposed to be painting in southern France, visited by Eve (Nadia Gray), Mme. Beynat, from whom he’s renting a room, looking to win his attention away from her fetching daughter, and providing the link, which we could only have inferred so far, to the opening murder, in the Hammer Films thriller Maniac, 1963.
Maniac (1963) - At A Formidable Speed Having fixed the juke box at the road-house where he’s lodging in remote southern France, American Jeff (Kerwin Mathews), abandoned by his wealthy girlfriend, hangs with cop Salon (Norman Bird) then dances with enchanted hostess Annette (Liliane Brousse), her mother (Nadia Gray), the proprietor, worried, in Hammer Films’ Maniac, 1963.
Une Parisienne (1957) - She's An Only Child At a Paris diplomatic reception, impulsive teen newlywed Brigitte (Bardot) is convinced that her husband Michel (Henri Vidal) is either already or about-to-be unfaithful, so she sets her cap for the visiting dignitary Prince Charles (Boyer!), in Une Parisienne, 1957.
Wife For A Night - Stop It Or I'll Scream! Sexy courtesan Geraldine (Nadia Gray) is posing as the wife of composer Enrico (Armando Francioli), scheming to seduce wealthy wealthy patron Count D'Origo (Gino Cervi), in Mario Camerini's Wife For A Night, 1952.

Family

Henry R Silverman
Step-Son
Father Herbert Silverman.
Karen Mayers
Step-Daughter
Father Herbert Silverman.

Companions

Herbert R Silverman
Husband

Bibliography