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David Hurst (Heinrich Theodor Hirsch)

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Biography

Berlin, Germany
Son of Austrian parents, born into an atmosphere of theater. His father was Max Reinhardt's associate. Came with a "Kindertransport" to England, later went to Ireland to study art. His first experience was with a Belfast repertory company. During the war, he served with the Irish Fusiliers, after his London West End debut in "The Perfect Woman" (1948), there followed dramatic and revue credits and twenty film roles. Moved in 1957 to the States, had a lot of Broadway and off-Broadway appearances in New York, won 1959 Clarence Derwent - and 1964 Obi Award. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Signor Mantalini

Mad About Men 1954

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Character: Professor Dofee

One Good Turn 1955

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Character: Dr. Hermann Schneider

As Long as They're Happy 1955

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Character: Rudolph Reisenweber

Hello, Dolly! 1969

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Character: Colonel Dankhopf

Kelly's Heroes 1970

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Character: Himself - Reader

Camera Three 1955

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Character: Consulate General Fohgib

Mod Squad 1968

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Character: Heinrich Kleist

Run for Your Life 1965

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Character: Justin Collins

Dark Shadows 1966

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Character: Dr. Jan Vanovech

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 1964

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Character: Dr. Oswald Beck

Mission: Impossible 1966

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Character: Russian Col. Andrei Krasnavian

McCloud 1970

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Character: Benito Gomez

The Flying Nun 1967

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Character: Capt. Kovich

It Takes a Thief 1968

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Character: Petrovini

Anastasia 1967

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Character: Fritz Benner

Nero Wolfe 1979

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