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Xena Longenová

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Xena Longenová
Xena Longenova 1928.jpg
Born3 August 1891
Strakonice
Died23 May 1928
Prague
NationalityCzech
OccupationActress

Xena Longenová (3 August 1891 – 23 May 1928), born Polyxena Marková, was a Czech actress, best known on the Prague stage. She also made one silent film, Prach a broky (1926).

Early life

Polyxena Marková was born in Strakonice, the daughter of actor Antonín Marek (1862-1938), and the sister of actors Vladimir and Adolf Marek.

Career

Longenová was a popular stage actress, often appearing with her actor husband in Prague cabarets, but also in Paris, Berlin, Brno, and Ljubljana.[1][2] She created the lead role in her husband's adaptation of Egon Erwin Kisch's The Ascension of Tonka Šibenice.[3] She appeared in one silent film, a comedy, Prach a broky (1926, now lost).[4]

Personal life

She married writer, artist, and actor Emil Artur Longen [cz] (born Emil Pittermann) in 1910.[5][6] Longenová, unhappy in her marriage and using cocaine and morphine, died by suicide in 1928, aged 36 years, in Prague.[6] Her niece was actress Heda Marková.

E. A. Longen wrote a novel based on his wife's story, The Actress. Franta Sauer wrote a biography of the Longens, Emil Artur Longen a Xena (1936).[7][8]

References

  1. ^ Grafl, Franz (2017-05-15). Imaginiertes Österreich: Erzählung und Diskurs im internationalen Film (in German). Böhlau Verlag Wien. p. 100. ISBN 978-3-205-20397-1.
  2. ^ Jaroslav, Pánek; Oldřich, Tůma (2019-04-15). A History of the Czech Lands. Charles University in Prague, Karolinum Press. p. 405. ISBN 978-80-246-2227-9.
  3. ^ "Prostitutky v české literatuře". Dvojka (in Czech). 2017-08-23. Retrieved 2019-12-20.
  4. ^ "Prach a broky (1926)", IMDB, retrieved 2019-12-20
  5. ^ "Badatelna.eu | Literární archiv Památníku národního písemnictví - Longen Emil Artur". www.badatelna.eu. Retrieved 2019-12-20.
  6. ^ a b s.r.o. "Pittermann–Longen Artur Emil (Pardubice 1885 – Benešov 1936)". Galerie Kroupa. Retrieved 2019-12-20.
  7. ^ "Artur a Xena". radkopytlik.sweb.cz. Retrieved 2019-12-20.
  8. ^ "Franta Sauer, Stanislav Klika - Emil Artur Longen a Xena". Spálená 53. Retrieved 2019-12-20.

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