January 12, 1894
|Died||September 20, 1982 88) (aged|
|Other names||Lotte Kopf|
Lotte Stein (1894–1982) was a German actress of the stage and screen. Of Jewish descent, she fled to the United States via Czechoslovakia and Portugal, and arrived at the Port of New York on board the S/S Mouzinho in June 1941.
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