Capri started as a child star in the 1950s

Actress Ahna Capri, best known for roles in “Enter the Dragon” and TV’s “Mod Squad,” died Aug. 20 after being taken off life support. Capri, in a coma from an Aug. 9 car accident, was 64.

Capri played Tania in the Bruce Lee chopsocky film.

Born Anna Marie Nanasi in Hungary, Capri immigrated to the U.S. with her family as a young child. Thesp began her career in showbiz as a child star in 1957 with “Outlaw’s Son.” As she grew older, Capri took on sexy starlet roles in films like “Kisses for My President” and “Girls on the Beach.”

Besides “Mod Squad,” her over 50 smallscreen appearances include such classic shows as “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,” “The Wild Wild West” and “Leave It to Beaver.”

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