Nora Gregor (1901–1949)


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Nora Gregor was an operetta diva, stage and film actress. She made her debut in Graz, Austria, and from there went to the Volksbühne an das Raimund-Theater in Vienna. She also worked at the Reinhardt Bühne in Berlin. From 1930 to 1933 she lived in Hollywood and also in Berlin. She made her first silent movie in 1921 and her first talkie in 1930 (... See full bio »

Died:

(age 47) in Santiago, Chile

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Known For

The Rules of the Game Christine de la Cheyniest
(1939)
-But the Flesh Is Weak Mrs. Rosine Brown
(1932)
(1931)
Meriota, die Tänzerin Lukrezia Borgia
(1922)

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 1945 La fruta mordida
La mère
 1939 The Rules of the Game
Christine de la Cheyniest (as Nora Grégor)
 1933 Abenteuer am Lido
Evelyn Norman
 1933 Was Frauen träumen
Rina Korff
 1932 -But the Flesh Is Weak
Mrs. Rosine Brown
 1931 ...und das ist die Hauptsache!?
Renée Roettlinck
 1931 Mordprozeß Mary Dugan
Mary Dugan
 1930 Olympia
Olympia
 1926 The Violinist of Florence
Renées Stiefmutter
 1925 Das Mädchen mit der Protektion
Revuestar Orina Norowna
 1925 The Man Who Sold Himself
Daisy Bracca
 1924 Michael
Fürstin Lucia Zamikoff
 1922 Meriota, die Tänzerin
Lukrezia Borgia
 1922 Die Venus
Yvonne
 1921 The Man Who Laughs
Herzogin Josiane
 1920 Gefesselt
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Alternate Names:

Nora Grégor | Princess Stahremberg

Height:

5' 5" (1.65 m)
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In 1938, the Starhembergs emigrated to France through Switzerland, and her husband joined the Free French forces; cut off from their money and eighty family estates, they were supported for a period by Starhemberg's close friend Friedrich Mandl, the Austrian armaments magnate. In 1942, the Starhembergs moved to Argentina. See more »

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Aquarius

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