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Alessandro Fersen (1911–2001)

Alessandro Fersen was born on December 5, 1911 in Lodz, Poland as Aleksander Fajrajzen. He was an actor and writer, known for Ulysses (1954), Carne de horca (1953) and Gelosia (1953). He died on October 3, 2001 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. See full bio »

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(age 89) in Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Known For

Ulysses
Ulysses Diomede
(1954)
Carne de horca
(1953)
Gelosia
Gelosia Don Silvio
(1953)
The Earth Cries Out
The Earth Cries Out Il rabbino
(1949)

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 1956 La capinera del mulino
Aimone
 1955 Le Amiche (uncredited)
 1955 Terroristi a Madrid
Padre de Rafael
 1954 Le due orfanelle
Michel Gérard - the father
 1954 Ulysses
Diomede (as Alessandro Ferzen)
 1954 Theodora, Slave Empress
Metropolita
 1954 Delirio
 1953 Musoduro
Dott. Biondi
 1953 Carne de horca
Vargas
 1953 Gelosia
Don Silvio
 1953 Fermi tutti... arrivo io!
Cesare Rovelli
 1953 Puccini
Padre di Delia
 1953 Africa sotto i mari
Prof. Krauss
 1953 Perdonami!
 1951 Lorenzaccio
 1949 The Walls of Malapaga (uncredited)
 1949 The Earth Cries Out
Il rabbino
 1942 Un colpo di pistola (uncredited)
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Alessandro Ferzen
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Sagittarius

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