Ernst Deutsch

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Ernst Deutsch, also known as Ernest Dorian (16 September 1890 – 22 March 1969), was a Jewish[1] Austrian actor. In 1916, his performance as the protagonist in the world première of Walter Hasenclever's Expressionist play The Son in Dresden was praised.[2] Deutsch also played the antihero Famulus in Paul Wegener's The Golem: How He Came into the World in 1920. He is known by English-speaking audiences for his role as Baron Kurtz in Carol Reed's 1949 film noir, The Third Man.

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Ernst Deutsch
Deutsch posing with boxing gloves and a punching bag
Deutsch in his gym, 1931
Born(1890-09-16)16 September 1890
Died22 March 1969(1969-03-22) (aged 78)
Other namesErnest Dorian
CitizenshipAustrian
OccupationActor
Years active1916–1966
Known forThe Third Man
SpouseAnuschka Fuchs (1922–1969; his death)
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