Lilian Harvey

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Birthday: Jan 19, 1906
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Born Helene Lilian Muriel Pape in England, Lilian Harvey and her parents moved to Berlin when she was eight years old. She spent the bulk of WW I in Switzerland and following the war returned to Germany to study ballet. Harvey made her film debut in 1925. She found the greatest success in screen operettas and in this genre was one of the most popular actresses in Europe. She was often cast opposite Willy Fritsch and they remained popular through the early '30s. Film highlights include such musicals as Die Drei von der Tankstelle and the Congress Dances. Harvey moved to Hollywood in 1933, and though she starred in a few films, was unable to make it. During WW II, Harvey began working as a nurse in Los Angeles; following the war she retired to the French Riviera until the 1960s when she appeared on the German Stage.

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No Score Yet Die tolle Lola (Fabulous Lola) Actor 2014
No Score Yet Die keusche Susanne (The Girl in the Taxi) Actor 2014
No Score Yet Frau am Steuer (Woman at the Wheel) Actor 2012
No Score Yet Les Gais Lurons Actor 2012
No Score Yet Quick Actor 2012
No Score Yet Quick Actor 2011
No Score Yet Fanny Elssler Actor 2011
No Score Yet Capriccio Madelone 1938
No Score Yet Sieben Ohrfeigen (Seven Slaps) Daisy 1937
No Score Yet Glückskinder (Children of Fortune) (Lucky Kids) Ann Garden 1936
No Score Yet Schwarze Rosen Tania Fedorovna 1936
No Score Yet My Weakness Looloo Blake 1933
No Score Yet I Am Suzanne! Actor 1933
No Score Yet Ich und die Kaiserin Actor 1933
No Score Yet Ein blonder Traum (A Blonde's Dream) Actor 1932
No Score Yet Der Kongreß tanzt Actor 1931
No Score Yet Three Good Friends (Die Drei von der Tankstelle) Lillian Cossman 1931
No Score Yet Congress Dances Christel Weinzinger 1931
No Score Yet Einbrecher (Murder for Sale) Actor 1931
No Score Yet Hokuspokus (Hocuspocus) Kitty Kellermann 1930

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