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Also Known As: Henri Bergman Died: October 22, 1946
Born: February 23, 1870 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: actor, assistant director

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Henry Bergman was an actor who lit up the silver screen many times with his sidesplitting comedic genius. Bergman began his career with roles in "The Pawnshop" (1916), "The Rink" (1916) and the Charlie Chaplin comedy "Sunnyside" (1919). Bergman then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the Charlie Chaplin comedy "The Kid" (1921), "A Woman of Paris" (1923) and the comedy "The Gold Rush" (1925) with Charlie Chaplin. He also appeared in the comedy "The Circus" (1928) with Charlie Chaplin and the comedy "City Lights" (1931) with Charlie Chaplin. Later in his career, Bergman acted in "Modern Times" (1936) with Charlie Chaplin. Bergman passed away in October 1946 at the age of 76.

Henry Bergman was an actor who lit up the silver screen many times with his sidesplitting comedic genius. Bergman began his career with roles in "The Pawnshop" (1916), "The Rink" (1916) and the Charlie Chaplin comedy "Sunnyside" (1919). Bergman then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the Charlie Chaplin comedy "The Kid" (1921), "A Woman of Paris" (1923) and the comedy "The Gold Rush" (1925) with Charlie Chaplin. He also appeared in the comedy "The Circus" (1928) with Charlie Chaplin and the comedy "City Lights" (1931) with Charlie Chaplin. Later in his career, Bergman acted in "Modern Times" (1936) with Charlie Chaplin. Bergman passed away in October 1946 at the age of 76.

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Modern Times (1936) Assistant Director
2.
  City Lights (1931) Assistant Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Modern Times (1936) A cafe proprietor
2.
 City Lights (1931)
3.
 The Circus (1928) The Clown
4.
 The Gold Rush (1925) Hank Curtis
5.
 A Woman of Paris (1923) Maître d'hôtel
6.
 The Pilgrim (1923) The Traveler
7.
 The Kid (1921) Proprietor of lodging house
8.
 Sunnyside (1919)
9.
 The Black Stork (1917) The detective
10.
 Rink, The (1916)
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