Talk:Nina Koshetz

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Nina Koshetz in Hollywood[edit]

Nina Koshetz appeared in about ten Hollywood movies, usually playing parts as singers and royalty. She appeared as Countess Vorontsov opposite Ivan Mozzhukhin in the silent film "Casanova" (1927).


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Nina's daughter Marina Koshetz (also known as Marina Schubert) "Known as"? Nina was married to Alexander von Schubert (about whom something needs to be added) and Marina was their legitimate daughter. Also, something should be said about Nina's long-time romantic attachment to Serge Prokofiev and her rivalry with Serge's wife, Lina. --Michael K SmithTalk 13:09, 20 October 2012 (UTC)