While a student at UCLA,
Ginger Hall was "discovered" by Paramount Studios, where she played small parts
in several films. She joined annual USO Christmas shows to the Orient and Europe, where
she eventually jumped ship to Paris.
For sixteen years, using Paris as home base, Ginger Hall appeared in French films
and British television. She dubbed the English version of hundreds of foreign films, some
of which she translated and wrote. A founding member of the Studio Theater of Paris, she
appeared in a dozen plays.
In London, Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Venice, Turin, Beirut, and Cairo, Ginger worked
as a cabaret singer, actress, and writer, collecting jewlery and objets along the
way. Back in Paris, she studied Art History at the Ecole du Louvre. She was co-owener of
an antique shop, Aux Trois Graces, In Montparnasse for six years.
After marrying an Italian-American actor/director, Russ Moro, in Paris, she moved
back to California in the 1970s. In San Francisco and Los Angeles, Ginger sold French Art
Deco jewelry and antiques, and studied Colored Stones gemology at the G.I.A.. Through a
family business in Rio, she was a Brazilian gemstones dealer for five years. A member of
the Bead Society of Los Angeles, she currently participates in antique shows in California
and Europe, deals in 20th century works on paper, and collects vintage jewelry.
Images from the jewellery lecture
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