Sept. 15, 1907 – August 8, 2004
Screen Actors Guild founding member #1,475
Joined November 10, 1933
Fay Wray got her start in silent movies in 1923 and performed in more than 70 films during an extensive acting career. But it was her role in King Kong that immortalized her as the giant ape’s beautiful object of affection. Nine months after the film’s premier, Wray joined the four-month-old Screen Actors Guild on November 10, 1933.