Frank Wolff (actor)

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Frank Wolff (actor)

Versatile American actor whose prolific movie career began with roles in five 1958-61 Roger Corman productions and ended a decade later in Rome, after scores of appearances in European-made films, most of which were lensed in Italy add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1928.

Countries: Greece (50%), United States (38%), North Dakota (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Frank Sinatra, Elia Kazan, Michael Forest

Linked to: Murder Incorporated, Murder, Inc.

 

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Frank Wolff was born in 1928 add something


1957

The title role was again assigned to the brawny Corman regular, Michael Forest, while the female lead went to Barboura Morris who, between 1957 and 1967, worked exclusively for Corman, appearing in thirteen of his films, including "The Wasp Woman" add something


1959

The latter, Wolff's first genre film, was a typically campy horror, filmed in 1959, in which the owner of a cosmetics business becomes the titular monster after using one of her own experimental rejuvenating formulas add something

 

"Beast" was first shown in October 1959, but eventually paired on a double bill with "The Wasp Woman" which, in line with the other films' Dakota link, premiered in Bismarck, North Dakota , North Dakota on February 12, 1960 add something


1960

In autumn 1960, Frank Wolff traveled to Greece to co-star in another Roger Corman-directed, Charles B. Griffith-scripted low-budgeter, "Atlas" add something


1963

Early in his European career, he returned to Greece to essay a major, second-billed role in his most prestigious movie, the 1963 "Best Picture" Oscar nominee "America, America", which producer-director-writer Elia Kazan filmed on location add something


Frank Wolff died in 1971 add something


1972

His final two Italian-made films, "Milan Caliber 9" and "When Women Lost Their Tails" were released posthumously in 1972 add something