Anna Marie Nanasi, better known by her professional name Ahna Capri, was a Budapest-born American film and television actress best known for her role as Tania in the classic martial-arts film Enter the Dragon.
Capri started her career as a child actress, appearing on such series as Father Knows Best and The Danny Thomas Show, and The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin. She made her film debut at the age of thirteen in Outlaw's Son. She appeared thereafter in more films and television series, including roles in two CBS westerns in 1959, as Dolly Cleary in "The Littlest Client" on Wanted: Dead or Alive, starring Steve McQueen, and as Debbie McCallin in "McCallin's Daughter" on Trackdown, with Robert Culp.
In 1962, she was cast in a recurring role as Mary Rose in the ABC/Warner Brothers sitcom, Room for One More, with Andrew Duggan, Peggy McCay, Tim Rooney, and Ronnie Dapo. She appeared on other ABC/WB series too, including Maverick, Sugarfoot, Cheyenne, Bronco, 77 Sunset Strip, and Adam-12.
In 1971, Capri played Linda Perry in two episodes of ABC's crime drama Dan August, starring Burt Reynolds. This role was rejuvenated in 1980 in the television film, Dan August: Once Is Never Enough. This was her last American acting role. In 1972, she was cast in the film Payday, with Rip Torn in the lead role as a Country music singer in Alabama.