~Mona Maris~

Born: November 7, 1903 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Died: March 23, 1991 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Born to a wealthy Argentine family, actress Mona Maris was educated in France, then made her first
screen appearances in Britain and Germany. Maris came to Hollywood in 1929, where she starred in
Spanish-language versions of popular American films. Her subsequent stateside screen career was
more limited than her work elsewhere: for the most part, she was confined to the usual Hispanic
stereotypes. She returned to South America in 1950, closing out her film work with 1952's La Mujer
des Camilias. Previously wed to film director Clarence Brown, Mona Maris retired to Peru after her
marriage to a Dutch millionaire.

Biography by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
~Silent Filmography~
Die drei Frauen von Urban Hell (1928) .... May Lyssenhop
Rutschbahn (1928)
... aka Whirl of Youth (USA)
Marquis d'Eon, der Spion der Pompadour (1928) .... Czarina
... aka The Spy of Madame Pompadour
Die Leibeigenen (1928) .... Leibeigene Tatjana
Der Fürst von Pappenheim (1927) .... Prinzessin Antoinette
... aka The Masked Mannequin (USA)
La bonne hôtesse (1926) .... Mona Bermond
The Little People (1926) .... Lucia Morelli
The Apache (1925) .... Lisette Blanchard