Virginia Hey is best known throughout the world as a high profile actress with an extensive list of acting credits, and a 40 year track history with the entertainment, fashion, natural health and beauty industry. Born in Sydney, Australia, Ms. Hey divided her life between Sydney, Los Angeles and London. Ms Hey is Australian but has a very soft Austalian accent and works as an actress utilizing various accents and dilects. Mainly RP.
Virginia’s career in front of the camera started as a high fashion model whilst she was studying Fine Arts in 1970. By 1977 she moved into full time modelling. Modelling distracted her course away from Fine Arts, but Virginia soon found herself snapped-up by casting folk and began her acting career. Acting was fascinating to Virginia because it was an intense creative art, and also because it provided her with work in a field she loved. ”film”. She had majored in Photography at Art School.
In 1981 Virginia stepped into her first film role opposite Mel Gibson in “Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior” as the “Warrior Woman”. Since then, Ms. Hey has also appeared as a main cast member alongside numerous international stars, including George C. Scott in Mussolini, Heath Ledger in Roar, James Bond 007 Timothy Dalton in The Living Daylights, Christopher Atkins in Signal One, and Ben Browder and Claudia Black in Farscape, where she played the blue priestess “Zhaan”. (1999-2004)