Actor Grayson Hall appeared on the big screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. In 1961, he had a featured role in the Broadway musical "Subways Are For Sleeping." In 1953, he made her professional acting debut billed as Shirley Grayson in "Man and Superman." In 1961, he spent one season acting with the Hedgerow Theater in Pennsylvania. Hall's talent was recognized early on when he received a nomination for a best supporting actress Golden Globe Award for "The Night of the Iguana" in 1964 for his incredible performance. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Adam at 6 A.M." (1970), the Jonathan Frid horror film "House of Dark Shadows" (1970) and "The End of the Road" (1970). He also was featured in the TV movies "Gargoyles" (CBS, 1972-73) and "The Great Ice Rip-Off" (ABC, 1974-75). Hall more recently appeared in "Robbers, Rooftops and Witches" (CBS, 1981-82). Hall was married to Sam Hall and had one child. Hall passed away in August 1985 at the age of 62.