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Hans Jaray

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Biography

Vienna, Austria-Hungary
Hans Jaray was a writer, singer, film and stage actor. After finishing school, he went to the Academy for Music and Art, in Vienna. His stage debut was in 1923, in Wiener Volkstheater and from 1930 to 1938, he played at the Theater in der Josefstadt. The first play he wrote was "Boulevard-Komödien". His two first movies were The Love of Jeanne Ney (1927) (The Love of Jeanne Ney) and Pat und Patachon als Schwiegersöhne (1927). In 1933, he played 'Franz Schubert' in Leise flehen meine Lieder (1933) ("Unfinished Symphony", aka "Lover Divine", "La Symphonie inachevée"). Read more...

Actor

Character: Henrici

Der Bettelstudent 1931

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Character: Tony Salerno Sr.

Carnegie Hall 1947

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Character: Abinger sen.

Der Kommissar 1969

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Character: Count Sobryanski

Fedora 1978

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Character: Frank Andre

Lydia 1941

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