1913 - 1992
The actress and dancer Margit Symo began her career in her home country Hungary in Budapest where she got in contact with the acting and dance.
Finally she had her breakthrough in Germany where she made her film
debut with "Zigeunerblut" (34).
Margit Syme went to Sweden after the war where she got married with the conductor Willy Mattes. Their daughter Eva Mattes became a famous actress too.
When she returned to Germany she was able to gain a foothold in the film business again and impersonated support roles in some popular productions. To these movies belong "Die kleine Stadt will schlafen gehen/Die sieben Sünder" (54), "Ich denke oft an Piroschka" (55) and "Der tolle Bomberg" (57).
After that her fame faded. She only acted seldom in front of the camera.
To her last cinematical works belong the serial "Salto Mortale" (68), "Angst
essen Seele auf" (74), "Vor den Vätern sterben die Söhne" (81)
and "Crazy Boys" (89).
Other movies with Margit Symo: