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Ina Balin

Ina Balin

Born in Brooklyn, New York, USA on 12th November 1937. Died in 1990 aged 52 years old.
You've seen -- of her 9 trackable films

Ina Balin was an actress with a career spanning 31 years, from 1958 to 1989, starting at the age of 21. Her first film was The Black Orchid and her last film was That's Adequate. A lot of her work was in the Drama and Action genres.

Known For


Film Film Year Runtime Rating Streaming Options
That's Adequate poster That's Adequate 1989 1h 22m
Hostage Flight poster Hostage Flight 1985 -
The Immigrants poster The Immigrants 1978 4h
The Don Is Dead poster The Don Is Dead 1973 1h 46m
Charro! poster Charro! 1969 1h 38m
Plex Channel
The Greatest Story Ever Told poster The Greatest Story Ever Told 1965 3h 19m
The Patsy poster The Patsy 1964 1h 41m
The Comancheros poster The Comancheros 1961 1h 45m
The Black Orchid poster The Black Orchid 1958 1h 34m

Regularly Credited With

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John Wayne
2 films together
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2 films together
Nehemiah Persoff
Nehemiah Persoff
2 films together
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Roddy McDowall
2 films together
Frank De Kova
Frank De Kova
2 films together
Michael Ansara
Michael Ansara
2 films together
Robert Carricart
Robert Carricart
2 films together
Bruce Willis's profile
Bruce Willis
1 film together
Charlton Heston's profile
Charlton Heston
1 film together


Her Top Genres 1
28% Drama
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Her Top Years
12% 1989
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1 Genres are counted according to total films, not total genres, as such the overall total of all genress will be more than 100%.

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Ina Balin FAQ

How old was Ina Balin when she died?

52 years old.

When was Ina Balin born?

12th November 1937

Where was Ina Balin born?

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Has Ina Balin won an Oscar?

No, she never won an Oscar.

Has Ina Balin won a BAFTA?

No, she never won an BAFTA.

What ethnicity is Ina Balin?

She was Caucasian.