Aliza Gur

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Aliza Gur
Aliza Gur op Schiphol.jpg
Born Alizia Gross
(1944-04-01) 1 April 1944 (age 70)
Ramat Gan, Land of Israel (now Ramat Gan, Israel)
Nationality Israeli
Other names Aliza Gross
Alizia Gur
Alizia Gross
Years active 1960–73
Spouse(s) Seymour "Sy" Schulman (1964-1977)
Sheldon Schrager (1978-?) (divorced)[1]

Aliza Gur (born as Alizia Gross, 1 April 1944, in Ramat Gan, Israel) was Miss Israel of 1960 and a semi-finalist in the Miss Universe pageant that same year.[2] Her parents had fled Germany during Hitler's dictatorship and settled in Mandatory Palestine, where she and her brother were born.

Personal life[edit]

Gur eventually went to the United States and settled in California, where she began her film and television career. Her parents emigrated to the United States as well and settled in Cleveland, Ohio, for a time; they died in the 1970s. Aliza Gur has been married twice, first to Sy Shulman, and next to Sheldon Schrager, but has no children. Gur currently resides in Hollywood.


In 1965 she made a guest appearance on Perry Mason as Dr. Nina Rivelli in "The Case of the Baffling Bug." Her other television credits include guest appearances on The Big Valley, Daniel Boone, Get Smart, and The Wild Wild West. Cinema credits include From Russia with Love (1963), Agent for H.A.R.M. (1966) and Tarzan and the Jungle Boy (1968).

Her most famous role was as one of two fighting Gypsies in From Russia with Love. The female lead in the film, Daniela Bianchi, had been Gur's roommate at the 1960 Miss Universe pageant.[citation needed]


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  2. ^ Tom Lisanti, Louis Paul. Film fatales: women in espionage films and television, 1962-1973. Retrieved 6 June 2011. 

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