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Dary Holm (1897–1960)

Dary Holm was born on April 16, 1897 in Hamburg, Germany as Anna Maria Dorothea Meyer. She was an actress, known for Die Tragödie einer Liebesnacht (1924), Rätsel einer Nacht (1927) and Das Wirtshaus im Spessart (1923). She was married to Harry Piel. She died on August 29, 1960 in Munich, Germany. See full bio »

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(age 63) in Munich, Germany

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Known For

Rätsel einer Nacht
Rätsel einer Nacht Komtesse Elga Almen
(1927)
Der Mann ohne Nerven
Der Mann ohne Nerven Aud Egede Christensen
(1924)

Filmography

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 1932 Jonny stiehlt Europa
Ursel Matting
 1931 Ombres des bas fonds
Irene von Sheridan
 1931 Schatten der Unterwelt
Irene von Sheridan
 1930 Achtung! Auto-Diebe!
Helene, seine Gattin
 1929 Sein bester Freund
Else Kruse
 1929 Männer ohne Beruf
Madeleine
 1928 Mann gegen Mann
Miß Gladys Norton
 1928 Panik
Anita
 1927 Rätsel einer Nacht
Komtesse Elga Almen
 1926 Wrath of the Seas
Hilde Elsberg
 1926 Der Veilchenfresser
Frau von Routt
 1926 Der schwarze Pierrot
Madame Madeleine
 1925 Abenteuer im Nachtexpreß
Baronesse Myra von Geldern
 1925 Zigano
Beatrice
 1925 Face à la mort
Christensen
 1924 Der Mann ohne Nerven
Aud Egede Christensen
 1924 Auf gefährlichen Spuren
Dorothy
 1922 Die Beute der Erinnyen (as Anni Holm)
 1921 Die Opiumhölle (as Anni Holm)
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Alternate Names:

Anni Holm
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The actress Dary Holm began her film career from 1921 with movies like "Der Todessegler" (1921), "Die Beute der Erinnyen" (1921). See more »

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