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''I have been passionate about Art my whole life.. Fine Art.. Performing Art.. Perfumers Art.. Photographic Art.. Design.. Fashion Direction/Production.. the Art of Physiology and the Anatomy of Body, Mind & Spirit.''
Virginia Hey is best known throughout the world as a high profile actress with an extensive list of acting credits, and a 46 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/British accent.
Miss Hey, devotee of health and wellbeing, is best known worldwide for her roles on TV and film, however all throughout her adult life Virginia has also pursued her passion for studying natural therapies, Naturopathy, Reiki, Nutrition and Homoeopathy, as well as perfume and soap design and inner and outer beauty. Miss Hey also loves outer beauty and style and was a fashion editor/stylist for 2 magazines in Australia in the 90s.
Miss Hey has her own small homemade signature range of exquisite perfumed products called White Flower Lei, available here on her website www.virginiahey.com. Please see the menu for the selection.
White Flower Lei launched officially in LA in 2002. Miss Hey has been making exquisite hand made perfumed products in small quantities since then.
Miss Hey moved from Sydney to Los Angeles in 2002, and in 2012 relocated to the UK touring the UK and worldwide making personal appearances ay Comiccons.
Virginia's career in front of the camera started as a high fashion model appearing on several magazine coverswhilst she was studying Fine Arts in 1970. Virginia began her career after being discovered at a bus stop. 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. She started her acting career in television advertisements (57 in all), television dramas and films in Australia and the UK. She appeared in a music video for "Video Killed the Radio Star" by The Buggles. The video is remembered best for being the first music video broadcast on MTV in 1981.
Her film and television credits include the Warrior Woman in Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior and General Pushkin's girlfriend in the Bond film The Living Daylights. She is well known for the role of the blue-skinned alien priestess Zotoh Zhaan in Farscape, for which she was nominated for best supporting actress by the Saturn Awards. Hey has also appeared in various Australian soap operas including Prisoner (Cell Block H) as Leigh Templar, Neighbours as Beth Travers, E Street as Jennifer St. James, and Pacific Drive as Margaux Hayes.
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.)
Miss Hey's list of credits can be seen at Spotlight, and the International Movie Data Base, IMDB, where she has rated consistently within the top 7000 actresses/celebrities in the world.