Gaby Sylvia

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Gaby Sylvia
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Born(1920-03-24)24 March 1920
Died26 July 1980(1980-07-26) (aged 60)
Other namesGabriella Zignani
Years active1938 - 1979 (film)
Gaby Sylvia and Andrex in the movie "Behind the Facade", 1939 Gaby Sylvia+Andrex - Derriere la facade 1939.jpg
Gaby Sylvia and Andrex in the movie "Behind the Facade", 1939

Gaby Sylvia (March 24, 1920 – July 26, 1980) was an Italian actress who appeared in many French films and television series. [1]


Partial filmography

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  1. Goble p.37