Norma Barzman

was a blacklisted screenwriter who fled to Paris with her writer husband, Ben.

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Norma Barzman was born on September 15, 1920 in New York City, New York, USA as Norma Levor. She is a writer and actress, known for Never Say Goodbye (1946),Finishing School (1953) and Il triangolo rosso (1967). She was previously married toBen Barzman.

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