|ACTOR, DANCER (HUNGARY)|
BORN 13 Sep 1913, Budapest - DIED 6 Oct 1992, München, Bayern|
GRAVE LOCATION München, Bayern: Nordfriedhof, Ungererstrasse 130 (128-2-22)
Margit Symo took dancing and acting lessons in Budapest and started her career in that city before she moved to Berlin.
She worked as a dancer before her part in her first movie "Zigeunerblut" (1934) instantly made her famous.
She appeared in many more movies until the end of the Second world War, among them "Die gelbe Flagge" (1938) and "Einmal die liebe Herrgott sein" (1942). After the war she moved to Sweden, where she married the conductor Willy Mattes. They had a daughter, Eva Mattes, who became an actress herself.
Some years later she returned to Germany, where she had smaller parts in successful movies like "Der tolle Bomberg" (1957). In 1974 she appeared in Rainer Fassbinder's "Angst essen Seele auf". She also worked for television.
Internet Movie Database
Scheibmayr, Erich, Wer? Wann? Wo? - Teil 2 -, Weitere Persönlichkeiten in Münchner Friedhöfen, Verlag Erich Scheibmayr, München, 1997
Margit Symo â€“ Wikipedia