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