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Mischa Auer

Mischa Auer

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Also Known As: Died: March 5, 1967
Born: November 17, 1905 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Russia Profession: Cast ...
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1920:
Brought to the USA by his grandfather, violinist Leopold Auer after his parents' deaths
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Began theatrical acting career with Eva LeGallienne's company
1927:
Film acting debut, "Something Always Happens"
1932:
Acted with the Barrymore siblings in "Rasputin and the Empress"
1932:
Appeared with Greta Garbo in "Mata Hari"
1934:
Co-starred in "Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back"
1935:
Acted in "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer"
1936:
Breakthrough screen role as Carlo, the "protege" of Mrs. Bullock (Alice Brady), "My Man Godfrey"; received a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination
1937:
Had leading role in "One Hundred Men and a Girl"
1938:
Co-starred in "You Can't Take It With You"
1939:
Featured in "Destry Rides Again"
1941:
Starred in "Hellzapoppin'"
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Headlined the radio series "Mischa the Magnificent" in the 1940s
1945:
Starred in "And Then There Were None"
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Moved to Europe and acted in several films shot in Italy
1955:
Co-starred in "Mister Arkadin", directed by Orson Wells
1966:
Final film, "Drop Dead, Darling"

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