Katia Lova

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Katia Lova
Born31 December 1914
Died24 May 1994
Years active1931-1949 (film)

Katia Lova (1914–1994) was a Bulgarian-born French film actress. [1] Half-Bulgarian and half-Swiss, she settled in France in the early 1920s.


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  1. Goble p.480