Lithuanian actresses died in 1985

Here are 1 famous actresses from Lithuania died in 1985:

Wanda Stanislawska-Lothe

Wanda Stanislawska-Lothe (June 22, 1910 Vilnius-November 6, 1985 Warsaw) also known as Wanda Lothe-Stanislawska or Wanda Stanislawska was a Lithuanian actor. Her child is called Jolanta Lothe.

Wanda Stanislawska-Lothe was born in Vilnius, which was a part of the Russian Empire at the time. Her family was of Polish and Lithuanian descent. Wanda began her career as an actor in the late 1920s and went on to become a prominent figure in the Polish theater and film industry. She was known for her work in films such as "Napoleon and the Little Seamstress" (1936), "Hania" (1951) and "Dwie Kobiety" (1960).

During World War II, Wanda and her husband, actor Mieczyslaw Lothe, were active in the Polish resistance movement against Nazi Germany. After the war, they continued their acting careers and were involved in the productions of the Teatr Polski in Warsaw. Wanda was also a professor at the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw.

Wanda Stanislawska-Lothe passed away in 1985 in Warsaw, and her contributions to Poland's theater and film industry continue to be remembered and celebrated today.

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