Born in Hungary and raised in the United States, Ahna Capri was a film and television actress best known for her role as the seductive secretary Tania in the Bruce Lee cult classic "Enter the Dragon." Capri began acting at a young age and made her television debut in 1957 on the popular variety series "The Danny Thomas Show." She quickly landed roles on family shows such as "Father Knows Best" and "The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin" and made her film debut in the 1957 Western "Outlaw's Son." Capri worked steadily through the '50s and '60s in shows such as "Buckskin" and "77 Sunset Strip," and in 1962 she landed a recurring role as Mary Rose on the short-lived adoptive family sitcom "Room For One More." In 1971 she appeared in the cult horror film "The Brotherhood of Satan" as a teenager terrorized by a group of senior citizens, and a few years later landed her iconic role as Tania in the martial arts film "Enter the Dragon." Capri last appeared on-screen in 1979 in a small role on the primetime mystery show "Mrs. Columbo" before her death in 2010.