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Born in Whitechapel, London, England, UK
Died in San Jose, California, USA
Birth NameValentina Venitsky

Mini Bio (1)

Valia starred in many drama and comedy films in just three years period, first she starred in a comedy 'The Tragedy of a Comic Song' playing opposite Robert Vallis and directed by Maurice Elvey for the Stoll Film Company in 1921 and in 1922 she played 'Delilah' in a short version of 'Samson and Delilah' directed by Edwin J. Collins, in her last film she was seen in a supporting playing 'Nadia Karetsky' in 'The Great Prince Shan' directed by A.E. Coleby, starring Sessue Hayakawa and Ivy Duke for the Stoll Film Company in 1924, she was never seen on screen again.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Paul Rothwell-Smith

Spouse (3)

Jack Peacock Green (1927 - ?) ( divorced)
Hamilton Phelps Clawson (1924 - 1927) ( divorced)
Walter Charles Wicker (? - ?)

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