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Also Known As: Annel Stenskaja Sudakevich, Anjuschka Stenskaja Sudakevich Died: November 12, 1993
Born: December 3, 1908 Cause of Death: cardiac arrest
Birth Place: Ukraine Profession: actor, painter, waitress

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Radiant, gentle-featured leading actress who, after some success in her native Russia, was signed by producer Samuel Goldwyn, who was determined the turn her into another Garbo or Dietrich in the exotic star sweepstakes.

Radiant, gentle-featured leading actress who, after some success in her native Russia, was signed by producer Samuel Goldwyn, who was determined the turn her into another Garbo or Dietrich in the exotic star sweepstakes.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
2.
 Runaway Daughters (1956) Ruth Barton
3.
 Soldier of Fortune (1955) Madame Dupree
4.
 Let's Live a Little (1948) Michele Bennett
5.
 Three Russian Girls (1944) Natasha
6.
 Chetniks! (1943) Lubitca Mihailovitch
7.
 They Came to Blow Up America (1943) Frau Reiker
8.
 So Ends Our Night (1941) Lilo
9.
 The Man I Married (1940) Freda Heinkel
10.
 Exile Express (1939) Nadine Nikolas
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1927:
Received praise for her work in the Soviet comedy, "The Girl with the Hatbox"
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Worked successfully in a number of films in pre-Hitler Germany in the early 1930s after her success in the Soviet Union
1933:
Signed by producer Samuel Goldwyn (date approximate)
1934:
American film debut, "Nana", directed by Dorothy Arzner and based on the Emile Zola novel
1935:
Made last of three starring vehicles for Goldwyn, "The Wedding Night"
1962:
Played last major film role in "The Nun and the Sergeant"
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Education

Moscow Art Theater: -

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husband:
Fedor Ozep. Director. Ended in divorce; later co-directed Sten in "Three Russian Girls" (1943).
husband:
Eugene Frenke. Producer, director. Married in the 1930s; died c. 1988.

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