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Virginia Hey (born 19 June 1952)[unreliable source?] is an Australian actress, known for her role as Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan in the science fiction television series Farscape, playing the "Warrior Woman" in Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, and various roles in television drama series, such as lawyer Jennifer St James in E Street.
Virginia Hey at DeepCon, 2007
|Height||178 cm (5 ft 10 in)|
Hey began her career as a fashion model after being discovered at a bus stop by POL magazine editor Wendy Adnam. Hey appeared on several magazine covers and started her acting career in television advertisements (57 in all), television dramas and films in Australia and the UK.
She appeared in an early live performance music video for "Video Killed the Radio Star" by The Buggles on German television in 1979. (The official video for the same song 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. She left the show early in the third season for health reasons: the blue makeup worn over her head and chest to achieve Zhaan's appearance caused her kidneys to bleed, subsequently causing a decline in her health.
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.
|1981||Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior||The Warrior Woman|
|1982||Norman Loves Rose||The Girlfriend|
|1983||The Return of Captain Invincible||Beautician|
|1987||The Living Daylights||Rubavitch|
|1988||Pathos – Segreta inquietudine||Diane|
|1999||Game Room||Dr. Greta Davis|
|1985||Big Deal||Ticket officer||Episode: "Popping Across the Pond"|
|1985||Mussolini: The Untold Story||Young Woman||TV (mini)|
|1989||Mission: Impossible||Danielle||Episode: "The Killer"|
|1989||Dolphin Cove||Alison Mitchell||TV|
|1989–90||E Street||Jennifer St. James||TV|
|1993||Paradise Beach||Val Sterling||TV|
|1996||Flipper||Adams||Episode: "The Pearl Maker"|
|1996||Pacific Drive||Margeaux Hayes||TV|
|1997||Home and Away||Gillian||TV|
|1997||Roar||Queen Una||Episode: "Pilot"|
|1998||All Saints||Joanna Travers||Episode: "Yesterday's News"|
|1999–2002||Farscape||Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan||TV|
|2002||Farscape: The Game||Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan (voice)||Video game|
|2014||Rick and Morty||Voice||Episode: "Raising Gazorpazorp"|
- Bio at IMDB
- "Jennifer St James played by Virginia Hey". Retrieved 12 May 2016.
- "About Virginia Hey". VirginiaHey.com. Retrieved 22 March 2019.
- "Virginia Hey - The Buggles - Video Killed The Radio Star (Music Video)". YouTube. Retrieved 22 March 2019.
- Zhaan Forever: Interview on the Farscape extra features DVD
- ""Why did I leave Farscape?"". Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 16 October 2007. 11 August 2004, Virginia Hey.com
- "The Coming soon Website Template – Home :: w3layouts". Retrieved 12 May 2016.
- "Virginia Hey". Retrieved 12 May 2016.
- An Interview With Virginia Hey by William Lee Rand. Reiki News Magazine. Summer 2005.