Nadia Gray (23 November 1923 - 13 June 1994) was a Romanian-born film actress.
Born Nadia Kujnir-Herescu in Bucharest, she left Romania for Paris in the late 1940s to escape the Communist takeover after World War II. Her film debut was in L'Inconnu d'un soir in 1949. Perhaps her most well-known role was in the Federico Fellini masterpiece La Dolce Vita in 1960.
She played Number 8 in "The Chimes of Big Ben", an episode of the 1960s cult television series The Prisoner.
She was first married to Constantin Cantacuzino, a Romanian aristocrat who was one of Romania's top fighter aces of the war. They were married from 1946 to his death in 1958. Her third husband was Manhattan attorney Herbert Silverman. They were married from 1967 to her death in 1994. She died in New York City.
Most of Gray's films were non-English-language productions.
The Spider and the Fly (1949),
Night Without Stars (1951),
Top Secret (1952),
Wife For a Night (1952),
Casa Ricordi (1954),
The Captain's Table (1959),
La Dolce Vita (1960),
Candide ou l'optimisme au XXe siècle (1960),
Mr. Topaze (1961),
The Oldest Profession (1967),
Two for the Road (1967),
The Naked Runner (1967)