Of Russian-Rumanian descent, Nadia Gray left Bucharest in the late '40s when the Communists took over. Arriving in Paris with her aviator husband, who claimed to be (and probably was) a European prince, she made her first screen appearance in L'Inconnue D'un Soir (1948). Specializing in aristocratic, jet-set roles, she was memorable as a decadent partygoer named Nadia in Fellini's La Dolce Vita (1960) and as Francoise in Stanley Donen's Two for the Road (1967). Fans of TV's The Prisoner will remember her guest star turn in the episode "The Chimes of Big Ben." Marrying a second time to a Manhattan attorney, Nadia Gray left films behind in 1976 to settle in New York, where she began a second career as a night club entertainer.