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Kathryn Sergava (1910–2005)

Kathryn Sergava was born on July 30, 1910 in Tiflis, Russian Empire [now Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia]. She was an actress, known for Hi, Nellie! (1934), Bedside (1934) and This Woman Is Mine (1935). She was married to Bernard Sznycer. She died on November 26, 2005 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Hi, Nellie!
Hi, Nellie! Grace
Bedside Mimi Maritza
This Woman Is Mine
Cock of the Air
Cock of the Air Italian Girl #1


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 1963 The DuPont Show of the Week (TV Series)
Mrs. Vanderling
- Diamond Fever (1963) ... Mrs. Vanderling
 1961 Naked City (TV Series)
Mrs. Feketi
- Bullets Cost Too Much (1961) ... Mrs. Feketi
 1958 Suspicion (TV Series)
- A World Full of Strangers (1958) ... (as Katharine Sergava)
 1956 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
- The Case of Colonel Petrov (1956) ... Dusya
 1955 Star Tonight (TV Series)
 1935 This Woman Is Mine
 1934 Wonder Bar
Ilka (uncredited)
 1934 Bedside
Mimi Maritza
 1934 Hi, Nellie!
 1932 Cock of the Air
Italian Girl #1 (as Katya Sergeiva)

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Katharine Sergava | Katya Sergeiva

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A ballerina who studied in London and Paris before arriving in the U.S., she performed the role of Laurey in the dream ballet sequence in the original Broadway production of "Oklahoma!" in the 1940s. She also performed with the Mordkin Ballet, the American Ballet Theater, and the Ballet Russe. See more »

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