Adrian Booth

Jul 26, 1917 – Apr 30, 2017 (Age 99)


July 26, 1917
April 30, 2017


Adrian Booth, a versatile film actress who also took pies to the face alongside the Three Stooges, died Sunday, April 30, 2017. She was 99. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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Adrian Booth/Lorna Gray as I saw her in Stooge shorts was an extremely beautiful, versatile actress, who looked like she was really having fun in those films. I'm glad she remembered Larry Fine as "a sweet boy" as I'm sure she was and will be remembered as a sweet, insightful person as well. I only wish I had a chance to hear her memoirs first-hand.

Farewell my friend, until we meet again in that glorious place, heaven!!

Adrian and me, October 2000

My Dear "Auntie" Adrian, I was so blessed, being an "adopted" member of your family. You were the epitome of class and elegance. Your kindness and generosity will remain in my heart always. I am so thankful for the time we were able to spend together, and staying with you at your home was something I will truly treasure. I love you, and my sadness at your passing is only surpassed by knowing you are with your David and the Lord. I will miss you dearly...

I met her at the first Buster Keaton convention in Muskegon, Michigan in the early 1990s. She was SO vivacious and lovely. For years, I thought about getting in touch with her, but didn't want to bother her. I regret that now, for she was a treasure, a beautiful woman inside and out, one of the last links with a good-hearted, wonderful era; and I wish I had her for a friend.

I remember Miss Booth as an actress at the old Republic Pictures studio in such serials films as Perils of Nyoka (1942), Captain America (1943), Federal Operator 99 (1945), Daughter of Don Q (1946) and many other films.

But more importantly I know her as a devout follower of Jesus Christ. Although, she is physically absence from the body, her soul spirit is eternally with the KING OF KINGS and LORD OF LORDS, Jesus Christ. I rejoice that Miss Booth finished the race of life as faith...

My Name is Mark Sandmann. I live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. On my local T.V. station back in 1974 on Channel "11" this independent station showed the "Captain America Serial" after there 7:00PM movie on Saturday night! Miss Lorna Gray was an excellent actress and portrayed her role well. She will be greatly missed by all who watched her performances!! My condolences to all of her Family!! She was an ...

God bless Mrs. Adrian Booth Brian. While Adrian and David Brian were movie stars that lived down the street. Both she and Brian were kind and thoughtful neighbors.

Goodbye Adrian we enjoyed her acting career. May the God of comfort be with her family. God love.

My condolences to the family, friends
and fans on the loss of Ms. Adrian Booth.
May you receive comfort from the words
at John 6:44 at this difficult time.