|Born||Geneviève Marie Thérèse Durand
23 June 1912
|Died||23 March 2008
Geneviève Marie Thérèse Durand was the daughter of André Hippolyte Durand and Émilie Marguerite Mélanie (née Boussiron) Durand. She was married to French actor Henry Murray (born Henri Dreyfus), with whom she had a daughter, who became actress Anouk Aimée. Sorya studied at the Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris.
Sorya performed in over fifteen films, including The End of the Day, and The Man of the Hour (1937) with Maurice Chevalier although she was primarily a stage actress in her native Paris. In 1981 she appeared in the film What Puts David with her daughter. 
- The Brighton Twins (1936)
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