Olly Gebauer (1908–1937) was an Austrian film actress. During the early sound era she established herself in the German film industry. Following the rise of the Nazi Party to power in 1933 she fled into exile with her Jewish husband, director Max Nosseck. In 1934 she starred in a Portuguese film Wild Cattle (1934) before they settled in her native Vienna. She died in 1937 after a long illness.
|Born||13 July 1908|
|Died||22 February 1937|
|Years active||1931-1937 (film)|
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