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Preston Sturges
(Literature)
William Demarest
(Movies & TV)
Muriel Angelus
(Movies & TV)
Ingrid Bergman
(Movies & TV)
Walker Percy
(Literature)
Brian Donlevy
(Movies & TV)
 

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Akim Tamiroff

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Akim Tamiroff

Armenian actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1899.

Countries: United States (67%), Sweden (11%), Italy (11%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: The Great McGinty, Preston Sturges, William Demarest

Linked to: Yangtse Incident: The Story of H.M.S. Amethyst

 

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Akim Tamiroff was born in 1899 add something


1923

He arrived in the U.S. in 1923 on a tour with a troupe of actors and decided to stay add something


1935

He performed in several more uncredited roles until 1935, when he co-starred in "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer" add something


1937

He appeared in the 1937 musical "High, Wide, and Handsome" and the 1938 proto-noir "Dangerous to Know" opposite Anna May Wong, frequently singled out as his best role add something


1939

The Great McGinty - Production on the film was delayed to allow Akim Tamiroff to do "The Way of All Flesh", but it began on December 15, 1939


1940

The Great McGinty - "'The Great McGinty"' is a 1940 political satire comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges, starring Brian Donlevy and Akim Tamiroff and featuring William Demarest and Muriel Angelus


1942

He was mentioned in J. D. Salinger's "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut" He is mentioned in "The Moviegoer", Walker Percy's novel of 1961 add something


1945

For Whom the Bell Tolls (film) - There was a Lux Radio Theater version broadcast on February 11, 1945, which retained the principal cast from the film: Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, and Akim Tamiroff


1969

He was spoofed in a 1969 episode of the TV show "H.R. Pufnstuf" entitled "The Stand-in" in which a frog named "Akim Toadanoff" directs a movie on Living Island add something


Akim Tamiroff died in 1972 add something

 

Tamiroff died on September 17, 1972 from cancer add something