Adrienne King

Place of Birth: Oyster Bay, New York, U.S.

Date of Birth: July 21, 1960

*father – Ashkenazi Jewish, Czech
*mother – English, Irish

Adrienne King is an American actress, voice actress, visual artist, and stuntperson. She is known as the star of the film Friday the 13th (1980), as the film’s sole survivor, Alice.

Her father was of half Ashkenazi Jewish and half Czech descent. Her mother was from Liverpool, England.

Adrienne is married to Richard Hassanein.

Adrienne’s paternal grandfather was Max Klein (the son of Hermann/Herman Armin Klein and Nettie/Netty Annie/Anna Steindler). Max was born in New York, to Hungarian Jewish parents. Hermann was from Sátoraljaújhely, Zemplen, the son of Markus/Markusz Klein and Julia/Juli Grunbaum. Nettie was from a family from Bratislava, Slovakia, and was the daughter of Simon Steindler and Devorah Regina Jetti Grunfeld.

Adrienne’s paternal grandmother was Amelia Moravec (the daughter of Frank Moravec and Mary Trinka). Amelia was born in New York, and all of her grandparents were Czech.

Sources: Genealogy of Adrienne’s paternal grandfather, Max Klein –

Adrienne’s paternal grandfather, Max Klein, on the 1910 U.S. Census –

Marriage record of Adrienne’s paternal great-grandparents, Hermann/Herman Armin Klein and Nettie/Netty Annie/Anna Steindler –

Death record of Adrienne’s paternal great-grandfather, Hermann/Herman Armin Klein –

Adrienne’s paternal grandmother, Amelia Moravec, on the 1920 U.S. Census –

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