Virginia Field ( born Virginia Field , November 4, 1921 - January 2, 1992) is an Anglo-American actress.
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Margaret Cynthia Field was born in London . Her father was a judge in the English district of Lysister, and her mother was a cousin of Robert E. Lee .
Starting to star, Margaret changed her name to Virginia. She starred in more than forty films, including Waterloo Bridge (1940), Hudson's Bay (1941) and Yankees at the Court of King Arthur (1949). In the late 1930s, she starred in the 20th Century Fox series of films about Mr. Moto.
Field was married three times. Her husbands were actors Paul Douglas, from whom in 1945 she gave birth to a daughter Margaret Field Douglas, and Willard Parker . The actress died of cancer on January 2, 1992 in Palm Desert .  The body was cremated, and the dust was scattered over the sea.  Her contribution to the US film industry is marked by a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame . 
- 1934 - Merry Widow - Prisoner
- 1936 - Little Lord Fountleroy - Miss Herbert
- 1937 - London at night - Bassey Beavers
- 1937 - Ali Baba leaves for the city - Dina
- 1937 - Charlie Chan in Monte Carlo - Evelyn Gray
- 1939 - Forever Yours - Lola Dae Vere
- 1940 - Waterloo Bridge - Kitty
- 1940 - Dance, Girl, Dance - Elinor Harris
- 1941 - Hudson's Bay - Nell Guin
- 1941 - Knockout - Gloria Van Ness
- 1943 - The sister of his butler - plays herself
- 1947 - Repeated Performance - Paul Costello
- 1947 - Perfect Marriage - Gloria
- 1947 - A Lady Far from Perfect - Rose Bridges
- 1949 - Yankees at the Court of King Arthur - Morgan Lee Fei
- 1950 - Call 1119 - Freddy
- 1957 - 1966 - Perry Mason - Angel Renshaw Fernaldi
- BNF identifier : Open Data Platform
- Internet Broadway Database
- Virginia Field, Actress In Films, Is Dead at 74 , The New York Times (January 9, 1992). Date of treatment May 10, 2016.
- Wilson, Scott Resting Places: The Burial Sites of More Than 14,000 Famous Persons, 3d ed. . McFarland (September 16, 2016).
- Virginia Field . Hollywood Walk of Fame . Date of treatment May 10, 2016.