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Also Known As: Died: August 1, 1998
Born: June 18, 1926 Cause of Death: heart problems
Birth Place: Hungary Profession: Cast ...
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Imprisoned in a concentration camp during World War II
1941:
Married at age 15 (date approximate)
1947:
Film acting debut
1948:
Moved to London; changed name to Eva Bartok
1952:
Acted with Burt Lancaster in the adventure film "The Crimson Pirate"
1954:
Starred opposite Curt Jurgens in the West German drama "Rummelplatz der Liebe/Circus of Love"
1954:
Acted in the British drama "Front Page Story"
1955:
Starred opposite Joseph Cotten in the West German-American comedy co-production "Special Delivery"
1956:
Starred in the Dean Martin musical comedy "Ten Thousand Bedrooms"
1956:
Starred opposite Paul Douglas in the sci-fi drama "The Gamma People"
1956:
Appeared on the CBS court dramatization program "On Trial" hosted by Joseph Cotten
1957:
Played Baroness Vera Opalinski in the West German war romance "Der Letzte Walzer/The Last Waltz"
1958:
Acted opposite Curt Jurgens in the West German melodrama "Ohne Dich Wird es Nacht"
1959:
Starred with Peter Finch in the war film "Operation Amsterdam"
1964:
Starred in the French/Italian/West German stalker crime drama "Blood and Black Lace"
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Gave up acting to study with the Pak Subuh sect in Indonesia
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Taught philosophy in a school she opened in Honolulu
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Ran an arts center in Los Angeles and a gallery in San Francisco
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Returned to London in the early 1980's where she remained until her death in 1998

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