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Gizi Bajor (1893–1951)

Gizi Bajor was born on May 9, 1893 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary as Beyer Gizella. She was an actress, known for Az orvos titka (1930), Két fogoly (1938) and Júlia kisasszony (1919). She was married to Tibor Germán, Ferenc Paupera and Ödön Vajda. She died on February 12, 1951 in Budapest, Hungary. See full bio »


(age 57) in Budapest, Hungary

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Known For

Az orvos titka
Az orvos titka Lillian
Két fogoly
Két fogoly Almády Miett
Júlia kisasszony
Júlia kisasszony Júlia kisasszony
Az ösasszony
Az ösasszony Csillagszem


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 1941 A szüz és a gödölye
Margit, Huber özvegy lánya
 1938 Két fogoly
Almády Miett
 1930 Kacagó asszony
 1930 Az orvos titka
 1926 Rongyosok
Tili, Vili lánya
 1922 Petöfi
Szendrey Júlia
 1921 A megbüvöltek
 1919 Az ösasszony
 1919 Júlia kisasszony
Júlia kisasszony
 1918 A 100.000 koronás ruha
Margit (as Bayor Gizi)

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