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Elina Löwensohn (born 11 July 1966) is a Romanian-born American actress.

Biography

Löwensohn was born in Bucharest, Romania. After the death of her father, a survivor of Nazi concentration camps, her mother emigrated to the United States with her, where her mother went on a hunger strike in order to get a visa for her.

After finishing high school, Löwensohn studied acting in New York and played in several successful theatre productions. She started her film career in 1991 with Theory of Achievement. Some of her notable roles are Diana Reiter in Schindler's List (1993), "Katya" in the 1994 Seinfeld TV show episode The Gymnast, Iris in Six Ways to Sunday (1997), and Anne Levels in The Wisdom of Crocodiles (1998).

Filmography

  • La guerre est déclarée (2011)
  • Vénus noire (2010)
  • Lourdes (2009)
  • Able Danger" (2007)
  • The Stone Council (2006)
  • Fay Grim (2006)
  • À peine s'était-elle endormie... (2006)
  • L'Immature (2006)
  • South of Heaven (2006)
  • Teresa (2005)
  • Dark Water (2005)
  • Kitchen (2005)
  • Orlando Vargas (2005)
  • A Very Long Engagement (2004)
  • Doo Wop (2004)
  • Intrusion (2003)
  • Quicksand (2003)
  • Je n'ai jamais tué personne (2002)
  • Portraits filmés (2002)
  • Get Well Soon (2001)
  • Roberto Succo (2001)
  • The Wisdom of Crocodiles (1998)
  • Sombre (1998)
  • Six Ways to Sunday (1997)
  • Le Silence de Rak (1997)
  • Mauvais genre (1997)
  • La Fiancée (1997)
  • I'm Not Rappaport (1996)
  • Basquiat (1996)
  • Flirt (1995)
  • My Antonia (1995)
  • Pictures of Baby Jane Doe (1995)
  • Nadja (1994)
  • Amateur (1994)
  • Schindler's List (1993)
  • Geborenka (1993)
  • Another Girl Another Planet (1992)
  • Simple Men (1992)
  • Theory of Achievement (1991)





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