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Also Known As: David W Lieberman Died: November 25, 1971
Born: May 28, 1887 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ... actor comedian director makeup man acrobat businessman


Hank Mann was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Mann landed roles in various films, including "Tillie's Punctured Romance" (1914) with Charlie Chaplin, "Hollywood" (1923) and "Empty Hands" (1924). He also appeared in "The Sporting Venus" (1925), "The Boob" (1926) and "The Patent Leather Kid" (1927). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties, appearing in the western "Ridin' For Justice" (1932) with Buck Jones, the comedic sports movie "Million Dollar Legs" (1932) with Jack Oakie and "The Big Chance" (1933). He also appeared in "Fugitive Road" (1934). Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in the dramatic comedy "The Perils of Pauline" (1947) with Betty Hutton, the comedy "The Caddy" (1953) with Dean Martin and the Dana Andrews drama "Three Hours to Kill" (1954). He also appeared in the Bud Abbott comedy "Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Cops" (1955). Mann was most recently credited in "The Flirts" (2009). Mann passed away in November 1971 at the age of 84.


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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

A flying trapeze acrobat, Hank joined Mack Sennett in 1912 and soon became one of the original Keystone Kops. He later went to Fox and appeared in his own series of films. Due to poor management, Mann was near penniless by the late 1920s. He appeared in a number of films during the 30s and worked steadily in Frank Capra films. He worked as a makeup artist and also operated a malt shop. During the 1950s, he was a very reliable source for numerous newspaper interviews.

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