BiographySpringfield, Missouri, USA
Virginia Hunter grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and studied dancing and ballet from age 8. The family moved to Los Angeles in 1940 and Virginia was under contract to MGM from 1940-1945. She then moved over to Columbia Pictures, working there until the late 1940s. She had started modeling in the late 1940s and was offered a job by the I. Magnin department-store chain in Pasadena. She accepted the position and worked her way up to store manager of several branch stores. She finished her "career" in La Jolla in 1985 after 33 years with the company. Read more... brother in Las Vegas. Among her credits are four "Durango Kid" westerns with Charles Starrett at Columbia Pictures and a number of shorts with The Three Stooges, also at Columbia.