Daliah Lavi

Daliah Lavi

  • Born on
    • October 12th, 1942
  • Died on
    • May 3rd, 2017
Daliah Lavi was an actress and singer prominent in the 1960s. Born Daliah Levenbuch, both she and her family became friends with visiting Hollywood star Kirk Douglas who paid for her scholarship to study ballet in Sweden. By the early '60s, Lavi used her fluency in several languages to figure prominently in European cinema. Roles in films such as Lord Jim and the James Bond spoof Casino Royale catapulted her to fame and pin-up appeal and, along with other sex kittens and euro-cuties, she began to corner the market in spy spoofs, tongue-in-cheek comedies and rugged adventures. She made her final film (Catlow opposite Yul Brynner) in 1971, having decided to concentrate on her music, which was warmly received in Germany. She died in 2017 at her home in North Carolina, USA.

Starring Daliah Lavi on Plex


Acting (13 Credits)

1971Catlow as Rosita
1969Some Girls Do as Baroness Helga Hagen
1968The High Commissioner as Maria Cholon
1967Casino Royale as The Detainer
1967Those Fantastic Flying Fools as Madelaine
1966The Silencers as TinaWatch Free
1965Lord Jim as The Girl (Jewel)
1965Ten Little Indians as Ilona Bergen
1964Old Shatterhand as Paloma
1963Il demonio as Purificata
1963The Whip and the Body as Nevenka Menliff
1962Two Weeks in Another Town as Veronica
1961The Return of Dr. Mabuse as Maria Sabrehm


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