Genica Athanasiou

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Genica Athanasiou
Eugénie Génica Tanase

3 January 1897
Died13 July 1966
Other namesIoana Athanasiu
Years active1925-1962 (film)

Genica Athanasiou (3 January 1897 13 July 1966) was a Romanian-French stage and film actress. [1]


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  1. Soister p.175