Celia Lovsky

Celia Lovsky

Austrian Actor
Born Feb 21, 1897
Hometown Vienna
Died Oct 12, 1979
Death Place U.S.
Other Names Cäcilie Lvovsky

Celia Lovsky was an Austrian American actress. She was born Cäcilie Lvovsky in Vienna, daughter of Bretislav Lvovsky (1857–1910), a minor Czech opera composer. She studied theater, dance, and languages at the Austrian Royal Academy of Arts and Music. She later moved to Berlin, where she acted in the surrealist plays Dream Theater and Dream Play by Karl Kraus.… Read More

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1897 Birth Born on February 21, 1897.


1931 34 Years Old Celia was instrumental in bringing Lorre to the attention of Fritz Lang, leading eventually to Lorre's debut film M in 1931.


1945 48 Years Old They lived together for five years before their marriage, and stayed married until 1945, remaining close friends for the rest of Lorre's lifetime. … Read More


1967 70 Years Old As she grew older, she was given a number of dignified dowager roles, such as Romany matriarchs and expatriate Russian princesses, and a brief but memorable role as the widowed mother of Reinhard Schwimmer, one of the victims of the St. Valentines Day Massacre in the 1967 film of the same name.
1973 76 Years Old Her final movie appearance was of the "Exchange Leader" in 1973's Soylent Green. … Read More
1979 83 Years Old Died on October 12, 1979.
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