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Mabel May-Yong (1883–1945)

Mabel May-Yong was born on February 18, 1883 in Moonta, South Australia, Australia as Mabel May Trezise. She was an actress, known for Was der Totenkopf erzählt (1921), Erzgauner (1921) and Der Diplomatensäugling (1919). She died on March 9, 1945. See full bio »

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(age 62)

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 1925 Entsiegelte Lippen
Mabel
 1922 Die Flibustier
Flibusta
 1922 Frauen, die die Ehe brechen
Pula Sibierska
 1922 Millionenschieber
Marge
 1921 Erzgauner (as Mabel May-Jong)
 1921 Fasching
 1920 Kriminalpolizei, Abteilung Mord
Sonja Bogareff
 1920 Das schwarze Boot
Doris Carey
 1920 Der indische Todesring oder Sieben Worte
Tänzerin Odette Fleur
 1920 Dämon der Welt. 3. Das goldene Gift
Tochter Inge Galvaström
 1920 Indische Rache (as Mabel de Jong)
 1920 Dämon der Welt. 2. Wirbel des Verderbens
Ingg (as May de Yong)
 1919 Der Diplomatensäugling
Fürstentochter (as Mila de Young)
 1918 Um die Liebe des Dompteurs
Dingiri (as May de Yong)
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Alternate Names:

Mabel May-Jong | Mabel de Jong | May de Yong | Mila de Young
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Because of her popularity the film business became aware of the graceful dancer and she made her screen debut with "Allan Quatermain" (1919) - a South Africa production. It was the first filming of the famous novel "King Solomon's Mines" written by Horace Lisle Lucoque. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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