BORN: 1/7/50, Honolulu, HI
INDUCTED: 2020, 95 percent
Before "supermodel" was a word, Erin Gray was one - with Super-Hair to match. She began modeling in her teens, and eventually became as desired in TV, print and billboard ads in Mew York as fellow Hall of Fame member Farrah Fawcett. When curl or wave was added to Gray's thick mid-length hair, it became awe-striking in beauty - and the strength of the wave made it both incredibly long-lasting and heart-longing.
Many Hair Fans focused on Gray when she co-starred in the science-fiction series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. While her outfits were skin-tight, the hairstyles were loose and dangerously risky. Yet only the toughest action scenes were able to jar Gray's hair out of position at all. It was well-prepared to face any threat.
Gray went on to co-star in the comedy Silver Spoons, where her hair was shaped into a shoulder-length 1980s motherly style. Since she wasn't really the focus of the show, the hair was seldom tested and often well-displayed. Gray's sensational career earned her a place in the Super-Hair Ultimate 50 in 2000 - and as one supporter wrote, she well could have "great hair in the 20th, 21st and 25th centuries."
FOR A COLLECTION OF GRAY TV PHOTOS: Groovy History
FOR GRAY PHOTOS THROUGH HER CAREER: A Pinterest collection
FOR UPDATED CURRENT AND HISTORIC PICTURES: Wireimage
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