Gregory Gaye

Biography

Gregory Gaye was born on October 10, 1900 in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire as Gregory De Gay. He was an actor, known for Ninotchka (1939), Dodsworth (1936) and Tovarich (1937). He died on August 23, 1993 in Studio City, Los Angeles, California, USA.

35 titles Acting

5.0

Meteor

1979 · Russian Premier

4.8

The President's Mistress

1978 · Josef

5.7

Hitler

1962 · Field Marshal Erwin Rommel

6.1

Blue Hawaii

1961 · Paul Duval

4.7

Missile Monsters

1958 · Mota

6.1

Bailout at 43,000

1957 · Dr. Franz Gruener

6.6

Kelly and Me

1957 · Milo

5.5

Creature with the Atom Brain

1955 · Dr. Wilhelm Steigg

4.1

King of the Carnival

1955 · Zorn (as Gregory Gay)

7.0

Jungle Man-Eaters

1954 · Leroux

4.3

Charge of the Lancers

1954 · Cpl. Bonikoff

6.5

Remains to Be Seen

1953 · Headwaiter

7.0

Savage Mutiny

1953 · Carl Kroman

6.4

Bal Tabarin

1952 · Jean Dufar

5.3

The Magic Carpet

1951 · Caliph Ali

5.8

Flying Disc Man from Mars

1950 · Mota

6.5

Black Magic

1949 · Chambord / Monk (as Gregory Gay)

7.3

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

1947 · Maitre d'Hotel

6.2

The Corpse Came C.O.D.

1947 · Director

6.1

The Trespasser

1947 · Mr. E. Charles, Book Forger (as Gregory Gay)

5.9

Blackmail

1947 · Jervis (as Gregory Gay)

6.8

Cornered

1945 · Perchon, German Banker

6.8

Paris Underground

1945 · Tissier

4.6

Seven Doors to Death

1944 · Henry Butler aka Gregor (as Gregory Gay)

7.9

The Secret Code

1942 · Nazi Agent Feldon

7.3

I Wake Up Screaming

1941 · Headwaiter

5.9

They Dare Not Love

1941 · Von Mueller

6.6

Down Argentine Way

1940 · Sebastian

7.2

Hotel for Women

1939 · Fernando Manfredi

6.1

Paris Honeymoon

1939 · Count Georges De Remi

8.0

Ninotchka

1939 · Count Alexis Rakonin

5.9

The Three Musketeers

1939 · Vitray

5.7

On Your Toes

1939 · Vassilly - Slave in Ballet

6.1

Bulldog Drummond's Peril

1938 · Raoul

5.2

Love, Honor and Behave

1938 · Count Humbert

6.8

Too Hot to Handle

1938 · 'Popoff'

5.8

Straight, Place and Show

1938 · Vladimir Borokov - Russian Jockey

5.8

Mama Steps Out

1937 · Dmitri

7.2

Tovarich

1937 · Count Frederic Brekenski

Prescription for Romance

1937 · Dr. Paul Azarny

7.2

Wise Girl

1937 · Prince Leopold

7.1

First Lady

1937 · Prince Boris Gregoravitch

6.4

Lancer Spy

1937 · Capt. Freymann

6.6

Hollywood Boulevard

1936 · Russian Writer

7.6

Charlie Chan at the Opera

1936 · Enrico Borelli

6.7

Under Your Spell

1936 · Count Raul Du Rienne

6.0

That Girl From Paris

1936 · Paul Joseph DeVry

8.1

Dodsworth

1936 · Baron Kurt Von Obersdorf

5.0

The Song of the Flame

1930 ·

8.5

High Society Blues

1930 · Count Prunier

6.0

What a Widow!

1930 · Baslikoff

5.1

Renegades

1930 · Dmitri Vologuine

6.1

They Had to See Paris

1929 · Prince Ordinsky