Sally Gray, the sultry, husky-voiced British film actress, died last month at home in London. She was 90. Born Constance Vera Stevens in 1916, she made her screen debut in 1930 in School for Scandal. In 1951, she gave up her acting career to marry Geoffrey Edward Browne, the 4th Baron Oranmore and Browne and 2nd Baron Mereworth, and became Lady Oranmore and Brown, bless her. The baron died four years ago at 100.