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Genica Athanasiou (1897–1966)

Genica Athanasiou was born in 1897 in Bucharest, Romania as Ioana Athanasiu. She was an actress, known for Colomba (1933), The Lighthouse Keepers (1929) and The Count of Monte Cristo (1954). She died in 1966 in Lagny-sur-Marne, Seine-et-Marne, France. See full bio »

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Known For

Colomba
Colomba Colomba della Rebbia
(1933)
The Count of Monte Cristo
(1954)
Don Quichotte
Don Quichotte The maid
(1933)

Filmography

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 1962 Les célibataires (TV Movie)
Léa Meyer
 1954 The Count of Monte Cristo
Fatima (2)
 1933/I Don Quichotte
The maid
 1932 La machine à sous (Short)
Mielle
 1929 The Lighthouse Keepers
Marie
 1928 Misdeal
Zita (uncredited)
 1928 La coquille et le clergyman (Short)
La femme du général
 1925 Le comte Kostia
Stéphane
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 1995 Empire of the Censors (TV Movie documentary)
Herself
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Trivia:

Athanasiou was romantically linked to actor and drama theorist Antonin Artaud ("Theatre of Cruelty"). Extensive correspondence exists between the two (roughly the period 1923 to 1940), as evidenced by multiple sources (example: "Antonin Artaud Selected Writings" Library of Congress Catalog Number: 79-143303). Artaud seems to have been the aggressor, Athanasiou deftly keeping his passions at bay. See more »

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