B. was born in June 1888 in
Toporov, near Brody, Galicia.
At the age of thirteen, she
moved over to Rumania to a sister, and at the age of
sixteen became known to actor Moshele Burshtin. Two
years later they were married.
In 1912 Joseph Kessler
engaged Moshele Burshtin for London. After his going
over to act for N. Blumental, with whom they were
toured various cities, the last proposal, which would
"cover travel expenses", she also would begin to act,
and as such, she was taken in to the specialty of "mother
B. acted with Morris
Moshkovitsh, then with Blumental's troupe, later in her
husband's troupes. and in 1935 she had the opportunity to
act with Maurice Schwartz. She returned to Paris, and
there she was captured by the German occupiers.
According to her daughter,
B. once, while walking in the street with danger and her
two children, was arrested on a [tribute society?] of a
Frenchman, an owner of a leather business, which used to
receive payment from the German for each [farmsrtn] Jew.
According to a former French
information minister, deportation succeeded,
determined, that she in August 1942 was deported,
earlier to Drancy, and from there to Auschwitz, where she
Sh. E. from her
daughter Khaykele Burshtin.