Anna Sten: Bio, Facts, Family, Husband, Career, Ethnicity

Anna Sten was an American actress born in Ukraine, best remembered by the public for her roles in the films We Live Again (1934), The Wedding Night (1935), The Man I Love (1940), So Ends Our Night (1941), Chetniks! The Fighting Guerrillas (1943), They Came to Blow Up America (1943), Three Russian Girls (1943), and Let’s Live a Little (1948). She also appeared in several television series, including The Red Skelton Show (1956), The Walter Winchell File (1957), and Adventures in Paradise (1959). Born Annel Stenskaya Sudakevich on December 3, 1908 in Kiev, Ukraine, to a Ukrainian father and a Swedish mother, Sten was educated at Kyiv State Theatre College. She was spotted as an actress in 1923 in Russia during an amateur performance. Sten was married to Fedor Ozep from 1927 to 1931 and Eugene Frenke from 1932 to 1984. She died in New York City on November 12, 1993 at the age of 84.

Anna Sten

Anna Sten Personal Details:
Date Of Birth: 3 December 1908
Birth Place: Kiev, Ukraine
Date of Death: 12 November 1993
Death Place: Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Cause of Death: Heart Failure
Birth Name: Annel Stenskaya Sudakevich
Nickname: Anna
Also known as: Anel Sudakevich
Ukrainian: Анна Стен
Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: Actress
Nationality: Russian, American, Ukrainian
Race/Ethnicity: White (Ukrainian, Swedish)
Religion: Unknown
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Green
Sexual Orientation: Straight

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Anna Sten Family Details:
Father: Petro Fesak (Ballet master)
Mother: Alexandra Fesak
Spouse/Husband: Eugene Frenke (m. 1932–1984), Fedor Ozep (m. 1927–1931)
Children: No
Siblings: Unknown

Anna Sten Education:
Kyiv State Theatre College

Anna Sten Facts:
*She was born on December 3, 1908 in Kiev, Ukraine.
*She started her career in stage plays and films in Soviet Union.
*She went to Germany in 1930, and worked for few years.