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Véra Korène (6 June 1901 – 19 November 1996) was a Russian-born French actress and singer.
Rébecca Véra Korestzky
6 June 1901
Bakhmut, Russian Empire (present day Ukraine)
|Died||19 November 1996 (aged 95)|
Born Rébecca Véra Korestzky in Russia of Jewish heritage, she fled the Revolution and settled in Paris, France.
Using the Francized name Korène, she began her career in the theatre but also appeared in a number of films during the 1930s. A mainstay of the Parisian stage, in the 1950s she organized her own theatre production company, putting on performances at the Comédie Française. In 1956 she was named director of the Théâtre de la Renaissance, a position she held until 1978.
Véra Korène died in 1996 in Louveciennes in a senior citizen's home and was interred in the Cimetière de Pantin in the Parisian suburb of Pantin.
|1922||Son excellence le Bouif|
|1933||The Faceless Voice||Estelle|
|1934||Belle de nuit||Maryse / Maïthé|
|1935||Second Bureau||L'Espionne Erna Flieder|
|1936||The Volga Boatman||Lydia Goreff|
|1936||Seven Men, One Woman||La comtesse Lucie de Kéradec|
|1936||Au service du tsar||Anna Raditsch|
|1937||The Red Dancer||Tania Golgorine|
|1937||Double crime sur la ligne Maginot||Anna Bruchot|
|1938||Tamara la complaisante||Tamara|
|1938||Café de Paris||Geneviève Lambert|
|1939||Savage Brigade||Marie Kalitjeff||(final film role)|