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Irén Zilahy (1904–1944)

Irén Zilahy was born on August 10, 1904 in Kaposvár, Hungary. She was an actress, known for Tovaritch (1935), Paprika (1933) and Úrilány szobát keres (1937). She died on April 4, 1944 in Budapest, Hungary. See full bio »

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(age 39) in Budapest, Hungary

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Known For

Tovaritch
Tovaritch Tatiana
(1935)
Paprika
Paprika Ila
(1933)
Úrilány szobát keres
Úrilány szobát keres Dr.Székely Klári
(1937)
Quadrille d'amour
(1935)

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 1939 Le prince Bouboule
La princesse Sonia (as Irène de Zilahy)
 1937 Úrilány szobát keres
Dr.Székely Klári
 1935 Csardas: Her Wildest Night
Dolly, seine Frau (as Irene von Zilahy)
 1935 Tovaritch
Tatiana (as Irène de Zilahy)
 1935 Quadrille d'amour (as Irène de Zilahy)
 1933/I Paprika
Ila (as Irène de Zilahy)
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Alternate Names:

Irène de Zilahy | Irene von Zilahy
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Leo

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