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Zora Kerova

Zora Ulla Keslerová (born 11 August 1950) is a Czech actress, dancer, singer and model. Often credited under the names Zora Kerova, Zora Kerowa or Zora Keer, she became known for starring in numerous Italian horror films during the 1980s. Born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, she began her career as a dancer and singer, later becoming a photo model. Kerova made her screen debut in the Italian film, La febbre americana (1978). A year later, she appeared in the Czech drama, Křehké vztahy, and another Italian film, Terror Express. She followed by starring in cult horror films such as Antropophagus (1980), Cannibal Ferox (1981) and Lucio Fulci's The New York Ripper (1982). She later appeared in another two Fulci's films, Touch of Death (1988) and Sodoma's Ghost (1988).


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Born:
Aug 11, 1950 In Prague, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]
Movie/TV Credits:
19
First Appeared:
In the movie The House of the Laughing Windows 1976-08-20
Latest Project:
Movie Líbáš jako ďábel 2012-05-17
Known For
Poster of Chain
Poster of Fragile Relationships

Zora Kerova Movies Filmography

Movie
Líbáš jako ďábel
2012-05-17
Movie
Papà dice messa
Mara 1996-04-03
Movie
Mollo tutto
amante di Giacobetti 1995-03-31
Movie
Hansel and Gretel
Woman in Bath (uncredited) 1990-01-01
Movie
My Daughter's Operation
1988-03-17
Movie
Touch of Death
Virginia Field 1988-01-01
Movie
Sodoma's Ghost
Succubus (uncredited) 1988-01-01
Movie
The Feather Fairy
Matka 1985-10-01
Movie
The New Barbarians
Woman - Moses' Group 1983-06-10
Movie
The New York Ripper
Eva 1982-06-10
Movie
Cannibal Ferox
Pat Johnson 1981-04-24
Movie
Chain
Marta Kavanová (as Zora Ulla Keslerová) 1981-03-21
Movie
Antropophagus
Carol 1980-08-07
Movie
The True Story of the Nun of Monza
Sister Virginia de Leyva 1980-07-03
Movie
Erotic Tales
Nathalie (as Zora Kerowa) 1980-06-25
Movie
Terror Express
Anna 1980-01-10
Movie
Fragile Relationships
Bára (as Zora U. Keslerová) 1980-01-01
Movie
Jailbirds
Anna (as Zora Keer) 1978-08-18
Movie
The House of the Laughing Windows
Waitress (uncredited) 1976-08-20