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Stella Arbenina (1885–1976)

Stella Arbenina was born on September 27, 1885 in St. Petersburg, Russia. She was an actress, known for Magyar Melody (1939), What Happened Then? (1934) and Der brennende Acker (1922). She was married to Paul Meyendorff. She died on April 26, 1976 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 90) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Magyar Melody
Magyar Melody The Empress Elizabeth
What Happened Then?
What Happened Then? Mrs. Bromley
Der brennende Acker
Der brennende Acker Helga - Rudenburg's zweite Frau / Helga - Rudenburg's 2nd wife
Fine Feathers
Fine Feathers Elizabeth


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 1939 Magyar Melody (TV Movie)
The Empress Elizabeth
 1939 The Outsider (uncredited)
 1939 Stolen Life
 1938 Murder in the Family
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1937 Fine Feathers
 1937 Merry Comes to Town
Mme. Saroni
 1935 Crime Unlimited
Lady Mead
 1934 What Happened Then?
Mrs. Bromley
 1934 Colonel Blood
Mrs. Pepys
 1932 Stamboul
Mme. Bouchier
 1931 Bracelets
Countess Soumbatoff
 1927 A Woman Redeemed
 1925 The Last Witness
Mrs. Stapleton
 1925 The Secret Kingdom
Mary Quarrain
 1923 Der Geldteufel
Die Schwarze
 1922 Miss Rockefeller filmt
 1922 Der brennende Acker
Helga - Rudenburg's zweite Frau / Helga - Rudenburg's 2nd wife

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Born Stella Zoe Whishaw in St. Petersburg to an Anglo-Russian family who had made their home in Russia for several generations and James Whishaw, a British businessman in St Petersburg, who published his memoirs as A history of the Whishaw family in London in 1935. See more »

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