Ruxandra Ecaterina Vladescu Olt
13 May 1909
|Died||26 October 2005 96) (aged|
Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France
(m. 1936;div. 1939)
|Relatives|| Gabrielle Réjane |
Jany Holt (born Ruxandra Ecaterina Vladescu Olt, 13 May 1909 – 26 October 2005) was a Romanian-born actress, who worked principally in the French cinema. 
Holt married French actor Marcel Dalio in 1936, divorcing in 1939.  In 1940, Holt married author Jacques Porel, the son of stage and early silent film actress Gabrielle Réjane and director Paul Porel; Holt and Porel stayed in France during the Nazi occupation.  During that period, Holt continued acting in films while she also worked with the French Resistance, later receiving the Croix de Guerre from General de Gaulle. 
Holt appeared in 48 films and television productions between 1931 and 1995.
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