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Ina Skriver

Ina Skriver was born in 1950 in Sorø, Denmark as Ina Merete Meincke. She is an actress, known for Victor Victoria (1982), The Golden Lady (1979) and Voyage of the Damned (1976). See full bio »


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Victor Victoria
Victor Victoria Simone Kallisto
The Golden Lady
The Golden Lady Julia Hemingway
Voyage of the Damned
Emily Augustine Wain


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 1982 Victor Victoria
Simone Kallisto
 1979 The Golden Lady
Julia Hemingway (as Christina World)
 1976 Voyage of the Damned
 1976 Emily
Augustine Wain
 1974 It's Not the Size That Counts
Miss Ulla Bergsröm (uncredited)
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 1979 The Professionals (TV Series)
- Servant of Two Masters (1979) ... Jutta (as Christina World)
 1976 Star Maidens (TV Series)
- Creatures of the Mind (1976) ... Officer
 1976 Space: 1999 (TV Series)
- The AB Chrysalis (1976) ... A
 1976 The New Avengers (TV Series)
- House of Cards (1976) ... Olga
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 1976 Take an Easy Ride (Short)
Suzanne (uncredited)

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Christina World

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When she made The Golden Lady (1979), she changed her name to Christina World, just so the movie's credits could read "starring Miss World". See more »

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