1904 - ?
The actress Rina Marsa experienced a brief film career at the end of the 20s/at the beginning of the 30s.
She made her film debut under the direction of Jacob Fleck and Luise Fleck with "Die Jacht der sieben Sünden" (28) at Kurt Gerron's side.
It followed other silent movies like "Die blaue Maus" (28) with Julius Falkenstein, "Jugendsünden" (29) with Carola Höhn, "Das Schweigen im Walde" (29) directed by and with Wilhelm Dieterle as well as "Geheimpolizisten" (29) with Eddie Polo.
In the sound film era of the 30s followed only few more movies. To her well-known movies of those years belong "Auf Leben und Tod" (30) - again with Eddie Polo, "Nie wieder Liebe" (31) with Lilian Harvey and Harry Liedtke, "Arm wie eine Kirchenmaus" (31) directed by Richard Oswald and "Brennedes Geheimnis" (33) with Willi Forst and directed by Robert Siodmak.
Other movies with Rina Marsa: