Rosy Barsony (birth surname Schustek) was born in
Budapest and began her career as a child actress. Later she became a dancer as
well as soubrette . On different occasions she also credited under the names
Rozai Barsony, Rózsi Bársony and Bársony Rózsi. She was married to Oszkŕr Dénes
(also known as Oskar Dénes).
In Berlin 1931 she appeared in Paul Abraham's
operettas Viktoria und ihr Husar (Victoria and Her Hussar), Die Blume von
Hawaii (Flower of Hawai) and then in 1935 in Ball im Savoy (Ball at the Savoy).
Also during her acting career, Rosy Barsony was cast
in over 15 movies, lived and
worked in Italy where notably she appeared with her Husband Oskar Barsony in the
Milano production of operetta Zizě (later banned by the fascist Authorities
because they both were Jewish).
In Vienna 1956 she appeared in several stage plays
as well as operettas. Later She worked in Paris for French television, and in 1959
played at the Stadttheater Klagenfurt, Austria.
Rosy Barsony died in 1977.
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