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  • Maria Riva (née Sieber; born 13 December 1924) is an American actress, film historian, biographer, and activist. She worked on television at CBS in the 1950s, becoming one of the first stars of early kinescope-era television. She is the daughter of the actress Marlene Dietrich, about whom she wrote a memoir, which was published in 1992. (en)
  • | children = 4, including J. Michael Riva and Peter RivaMaria Riva (née Sieber; born 13 December 1924) is an American actress, film historian, biographer, and activist. She worked on television at CBS in the 1950s, becoming one of the first stars of early kinescope-era television. She is the daughter of the actress Marlene Dietrich, about whom she wrote a memoir, which was published in 1992. (en)
  • | children = 4, including J. Michael Riva and Peter Riva}}Maria Elisabeth Riva (née Sieber; born 13 December 1924) is an American actress, film historian, biographer, and activist. She worked on television at CBS in the 1950s, becoming one of the first stars of early kinescope-era television. She is the daughter of the actress Marlene Dietrich, about whom she wrote a memoir, which was published in 1992. (en)
  • Maria Elisabeth Riva (née Sieber; born 13 December 1924) is an American actress, film historian, biographer, and activist. She worked on television at CBS in the 1950s, becoming one of the first stars of early kinescope-era television. She is the daughter of the actress Marlene Dietrich, about whom she wrote a memoir, which was published in 1992. (en)
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  • Maria Elisabeth Sieber (en)
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  • Maria Riva in November 2005 at the presentation of her mother's posthumously published book In Her Own Hand (en)
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  • Maria Riva (en)
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  • Actress, memoirist (en)
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  • William Riva ; 4 sons (en)
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  • Maria Riva (née Sieber; born 13 December 1924) is an American actress, film historian, biographer, and activist. She worked on television at CBS in the 1950s, becoming one of the first stars of early kinescope-era television. She is the daughter of the actress Marlene Dietrich, about whom she wrote a memoir, which was published in 1992. (en)
  • | children = 4, including J. Michael Riva and Peter RivaMaria Riva (née Sieber; born 13 December 1924) is an American actress, film historian, biographer, and activist. She worked on television at CBS in the 1950s, becoming one of the first stars of early kinescope-era television. She is the daughter of the actress Marlene Dietrich, about whom she wrote a memoir, which was published in 1992. (en)
  • | children = 4, including J. Michael Riva and Peter Riva}}Maria Elisabeth Riva (née Sieber; born 13 December 1924) is an American actress, film historian, biographer, and activist. She worked on television at CBS in the 1950s, becoming one of the first stars of early kinescope-era television. She is the daughter of the actress Marlene Dietrich, about whom she wrote a memoir, which was published in 1992. (en)
  • Maria Elisabeth Riva (née Sieber; born 13 December 1924) is an American actress, film historian, biographer, and activist. She worked on television at CBS in the 1950s, becoming one of the first stars of early kinescope-era television. She is the daughter of the actress Marlene Dietrich, about whom she wrote a memoir, which was published in 1992. (en)
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