Edita Brychta was born in Prague but grew up in London, having fled the 1968 Russian occupation of Czechoslovakia. Shetrained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and went on to play leading roles in numerous theater productions, including the long-running West End production of "Daisy Pulls It Off". Among her notable television credits are the award winning shows "The Escape "and "The Britoil Affair".
As Jews tried to escape Nazi Germany in the 1930s, they faced unthinkable roadblocks in obtaining exit visas. And while they were denied entry in one country after another, a bureaucratic oddity enabled some of them to flee to an unlikely destination: Sha...[SEE MORE]