Virginia was featured on the March 1950 cover of Hit Parader magazine.
Virginia claimed in interviews afterwards that she was genuinely frightened by her White Heat (1949) co-star James Cagney, playing the psychotic Cody Jarett, because his style of acting was so natural and realistic.
Virginia was a model for Mabs Of Hollywood brassiere ads in 1947.
Virginia appeared with Bob Hope in The Princess And The Pirate (1944).
Virginia co-starred with Paul Newman in his first starring film role in The Silver Chalice (1954).
Virginia was often mistaken for Adele Jergens, and they both often received pictures from fans of each other to autograph.
Virginia turned down the lead role of Rosa Moline in Beyond The Forest (1949), despite Bette Davis begging Warner Studios to have Virginia replace her on the film, and Bette was forced to take the picture, her last with the studio.
Virginia appeared with Ronald Reagan in The Girl From Jones Beach (1949) and She's Working Her Way Through College (1952).
Virginia's singing voice was always dubbed in movies, despite the fact she sang when in vaudeville.
Virginia began taking dancing lessons at age 6 at her aunt's dance studio.
Virginia published her autobiography, Virginia Mayo: The Best Years Of My Life in 2002.
Virginia co-starred with James Cagney in White Heat (1949), The West Point Story (1950), and Starlift (1951).
Virginia was given a star on the St. Louis Walk Of Fame in 1996.
Virginia's measurements, in 1953, according to Celebrity Sleuth Magazine, were 34-24-34.
Virginia was given the Golden Boot award in 1988.
Virginia has a Television star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame at 1751 Vine Street.
Virginia was often filmed at sideways angles, as she was cross-eyed.
Virginia was 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Virginia: I really wanted to be a dancer, but I ended up as an actress and I got to perform next to some of the greatest actors of our time.
Virginia: I fell in love with the whole idea of being up there on stage, of wearing all those wonderful, beautiful costumes.