Sometime the waves of time aren’t strong enough to wash away memories of legend. Sometime death becomes meaningless as it takes away nothing but just a pillar of bone and flesh and rest becomes immortal and remains forever in the world. Sari Maritza was a legendary British actress who served in British movies during the golden and classic era of 1930s. A sensationally beautiful actress with hundreds of quality to be praised about, Sari Maritza is undoubtedly one of the finest classic actresses the world has ever had. Not been part of lot of movies, Sari Maritza has contributed a lot for the development of English movie to push it to the height of success, dominance and popularity it stands today.

Sari Maritza is a stage name of Dora Patricia Detring-Nathan. She named herself Sari Maritza from the name of famous operas Sari and Countess Maritza.  Sari Maritza was born on March 17 of the year 1910. She was born in Tianjin, China. She died on July of the year 1987 at the age of 77 in United States Virgin Islands, United States with Territories.

The gorgeous actress got married to Sam Katz in the year 1934.  She had sketched herself as a true legend of the movie industry whose contributions can never be overlooked. She was born in a well to do family as her father was a rich and prestigious industrialist and her wife was a Viennese.  Challenging her own abilities and expanding her horizon of working, Sari Maritza had pushed her to the height of success she stood in her days through the dedication and hard work of years. She was one of the most successful actresses in the world of Hollywood in her days. Her acting and versatility to serve various roles really made her a sensational actress.

Supported by her beautiful face and hot body figure, she was really an astonishing actress with gifted abilities and skills. She gained centuries worth success till the age of 77. She passed away in the year 1987 but her contribution in the world of movies has left thousands of reasons to remember her. Her contribution can never be overlooked. ·        

She has shown her brilliant performance in the movie named Greek Street of the year 1930, the movie named Bed and Breakfast of the year 1930, the movie named the Water Gipsies of the year 1932, the movie named Monte Carlo Madness (Germany/UK, of the year 1932), the movie named Evenings for Sale (Paramount, of the year 1932) along with figures like Herbert Marshall, Charlie Ruggles, and Mary Boland, the movie named International House (Paramount, of the year 1933) with the figures like W. C. Fields, Bela Lugosi, George Burns, and Gracie Allen, the movie named The Right to Romance (RKO, of the year 1933) with the renowned figures like Ann Harding, Robert Young, and Nils Asther.  

There are few more works of her which can be studied in detail in wiki along with her bio. All of her movies hold the credit of her social and economic prosperity.  Expanding her horizon of success utilizing her abilities and talent she had drawn an irreplaceable place in the world of English movies. The determination of years made her stand in the social and economic position she was in those days. She even today stands as a role model to those people who seek the light of success through dedication and determination. She gave a perfect example that the success holds no other shortcuts than hard work. Dedicated from her very early days, she sketched herself as an economically well-established actress holding a handsome amount of net worth.  Being born in a rich family she chased the world of movies despite of her own family business. She probably took the right decision which can be justified for her status even in days running now.