Maria-Victoria Dragus

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Maria Drăguș
MJK31230 Maria Dragus (Tiger Girl, Berlinale 2017) crop.jpg
Born1994 (age 2526)
Dresden, Germany
Occupation Actress
Years active2007 – present
Website www.mariadragus.com

Maria-Victoria Drăguș (born 1994) is a German-Romanian actress. Her film credits include If Not Us, Who? , Draussen ist Sommer and Kill Me . One notable role was in Palme d'Or-winning 2009 film The White Ribbon . [1] She has had reoccurring roles in the television programs Dance Academy and Leipzig Homicide . She has a younger sister Paraschiva, and is the niece of the French writer Viorel Dragus. [1]

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