Оскар Гомолка

Oscar Homolka
Оскар Гомолка

Дата рождения

Всего фильмов

3

Карьера

Актёр

Жанры

драма, комедия, триллер

Первый фильм

1936

Последний фильм

1956

Born as Oskar Homolka. Actor. Although he once performed in a play in Munich completely drunk, he became one of Berlin's most famous theater actors during the Weimar years. When he turned to film, his stern, expressive facial features destined him to play scoundrels. In 1934, he returns to Vienna and a year later he emigrates to Britain, replacing the "k" in his first name with a "c." There he is cast in Hitchcock's Sabotage (1936). His success in Europe secures him entry into the United States in 1937. He would go on to have a long and successful career in movies, playing intriguing roles in Seven Sinners (1940), The Invisible Woman (1940), The Seven Year Itch (dir. Billy Wilder, 1955), and War and Peace (1956). He even received an Oscar nomination for I Remember Mama in 1948. But Homolka received even more acclaim during the 1950s through the early '70s by co-starring in television series such as "The Philco Television Playhouse," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," "The World of Disney" and "Kojak." He also appeared in theater productions in Austria, Switzerland, and London. His career outlasted that of most of his fellow emigres by a decade or two.

ФИЛЬМОГРАФИЯ

1956
Война и мир War And Peace
Драма, США, Италия
Роль: Кутузов
1955
1936
Саботаж Sabotage
Триллер, Великобритания

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