Rita Karin

Highest Rated: 100% The Big Fix (1978)
Birthday: Oct 24, 1919
Birthplace: Not Available
Actress Rita Karin was born and raised in Poland. Both of her parents were killed during the Holocaust. At that time she was studying in the Moscow State Jewish theater. In 1945, she moved to Germany where she narrated a documentary about American troops freeing concentration camp prisoners, The Mills of Death for the U.S. Information Agency. Following the war, Karin and her spouse Norbert Horowitz founded a traveling Yiddish theater group for those surviving the Holocaust. In 1949, Karin moved to New York and became a well-respected member of the Yiddish theater community. She also worked on- and off-Broadway, in television, and in a few films from the early '70s though the early '90s.

Highest Rated Movies



20% The Pickle Grandmother 1993
33% He Said, She Said Mrs. Spepk 1991
No Score Yet Age Isn't Everything Seymour's Grandmother 1991
91% Enemies, a Love Story Mrs. Schreier 1989
No Score Yet Brass Mrs. Dietz 1985
77% Sophie's Choice Yetta Zimmerman 1982
100% The Big Fix Aunt Sonya 1978
No Score Yet Nicky's World Actor 1974
60% Up the Sandbox Mrs. Grossbard 1972
0% The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight Mrs. Goldfarb 1971


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