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Also Known As: Eric Pohlman Died: July 25, 1979
Born: July 18, 1913 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Vienna, AT Profession: actor

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Ashanti (1979) Zeda El-Kabir
2.
 Tales From the Vienna Woods (1978) Mister
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 The Horsemen (1971) Merchant of Kandahar
5.
 Inspector Clouseau (1968) Bergesch
6.
 The Mini-Affair (1968) World banker
7.
 Where the Spies Are (1966) Farouk
9.
 Agent 8 3/4 (1965) Galushka
10.
 Night Train to Paris (1964) Krogh
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Born Vienna. Studied at Max Reinhardt School. Appeared many times on stage in Vienna during pre-war years, especially at the Raimund Theater.

Escaped Nazism in 1939. Had many jobs in UK during war years. including cook, butler and WC-cleaner at the Marble Arch Cumberland Hotel. Also worked with German service of BBC.

Became naturalised British in 1948.

Appeared in almost 200 films on big and small screen. Also many stage appearances. In mid-60s, revived his German-language career, becoming a leading actor on stage and screen, until his death in 1979, 2 days before the premiere of 'Jedermann' at the Salzburg Festival.

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