Tivadar Uray

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Tivadar Uray
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Born(1895-11-09)9 November 1895
Munkács, Hungary (now Mukachevo, Ukraine)
Died22 June 1962(1962-06-22) (aged 66)
Mukachevo, Ukraine, USSR
Years active1917–1962

Tivadar Uray (9 November 1895 22 June 1962) was a Hungarian film actor. He appeared in more than 40 films between 1917 and 1962. He was born and died in Munkács, Hungary (now Mukachevo, Ukraine).

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