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Also Known As: Alfred A. Cohn Died:
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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Born: March 26, 1880 Freeport, IL
Died: February 3, 1951 Los Angeles, CA
Alfred worked a number of different jobs - newspaper reporter, editor, magazine editor, publicist, customs collections and was at one time head of the Los Angeles Police Department. Cohn is best known for writing the script for "The Jazz Singer," for which he received an Oscar nomination. In 1935, Cohn served as Collector of Customs in Los Angeles, a position he held four years.

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