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Ferdinand Gottschalk (1858–1944)


Ferdinand Gottschalk was born on February 28, 1858 in London, England. He was an actor, known for Grand Hotel (1932), Les Misérables (1935) and Tonight or Never (1931). He died on November 10, 1944 in London. See full bio »

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(age 86) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel Pimenov
(1932)
Les Misérables
Les Misérables Thenardier
(1935)
Tonight or Never
(1931)
Zaza
Zaza Duke de Brissac
(1923)

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 1938 Josette
Papa Le Blanc
 1938 Stolen Heaven
Lubert
 1938 The Adventures of Marco Polo
Persian Ambassador
 1938 Romance in the Dark
Pianist (uncredited)
 1937 I'll Take Romance
Monsieur Ginard
 1937 Ali Baba Goes to Town
Chief Councilor
 1937 Carnival in Paris (Short)
Museum Director
 1937 Café Metropole
Monsieur Leon Monnet
 1937 The Crime Nobody Saw
John Atherton
 1936 That Girl from Paris
Nikki's Uncle (uncredited)
 1936 Along Came Love
Mr. Vincent
 1936 The Man I Marry
Organist
 1936 White Legion
Dr. Fontaine
 1936 The Garden of Allah
Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
 1936 Bunker Bean
Dr. Meyerhauser
 1936 Suzy
Proprietor of Café Anges (uncredited)
 1935 I Dream Too Much
Snobbish Critic (uncredited)
 1935 Peter Ibbetson
Undetermined Secondary Role (scenes deleted)
 1935 The Melody Lingers On
Da Vigna
 1935 Three Kids and a Queen
Dr. Flesig
 1935 The Gay Deception
Mr. Squires
 1935 Red Salute
League Speaker
 1935 Here Comes the Band
Armand de Valerie
 1935 Break of Hearts
Enrico Pazzini
 1935 L'homme des Folies Bergère
Perichot
 1935 Vagabond Lady
Mr. 'Higgy' Higginbotham
 1935 Night Life of the Gods
Old Man Turner
 1935 Folies Bergère de Paris
Perishot
 1935 Clive of India
Old Member
 1934 The Man Who Reclaimed His Head
Baron de Montford (uncredited)
 1934 Sing Sing Nights
Prof. Varney
 1934 Secret of the Chateau
Chief Inspector Marotte
 1934 I Sell Anything
Barouche
 1934 Cleopatra
Glabrio (scenes deleted)
 1934 King Kelly of the U.S.A.
King Maxmilian of Belgardia
 1934 One Exciting Adventure
Jeweler
 1934 The Notorious Sophie Lang
Augustus Telfen
 1934 Madame Du Barry
Lebel
 1934 Hollywood Party
Scientific Pedant (uncredited)
 1934 Stingaree
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1934 The Witching Hour
Dr. von Strohn
 1934 Upper World
Marcus
 1934 I Believed in You
Musician (uncredited)
 1934 Riptide
Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
 1934 Gambling Lady
Cornelius - Lawyer
 1934 Nana
Finot
 1934 Long Lost Father
The Lawyer
 1934 Bombay Mail
Governor Sir Anthony Daniels
 1933 Dancing Lady
Judge (uncredited)
 1933 Female
Pettigrew
 1933 Goodbye Again
Hotel Manager (scenes deleted)
 1933 No Marriage Ties
Perkins Co. Worker (uncredited)
 1933 Midnight Club
George Rubens
 1933 She Had to Say Yes
Sol Glass
 1933 Horse Play
Oswald
 1933 Gold Diggers of 1933
Clubman (uncredited)
 1933 Ex-Lady
Mr. Herbert Smith
 1933 Reunion in Vienna
Palace Tour Guide (uncredited)
 1933 The Warrior's Husband
Sapiens Sr.
 1933 The Keyhole
Brooks' Lawyer
 1933 Girl Missing
Alvin Bradford
 1933 Parole Girl
Taylor
 1933 Grand Slam
Cedric Van Dorn
 1932 The Mask of Fu Manchu
British Museum Official (uncredited)
 1932/I Grand Hotel
Pimenov
 1931 Tonight or Never
Rudig
 1930 Many Happy Returns (Short)
 1923 Zaza
Duke de Brissac
 1918 My Wife
Biggy Gore
 1917 Please Help Emily
Herbert Threadgold
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Stage Play: The Prodigal Husband. Written by Dario Niccodemi and Michael Morton. Empire Theatre: 7 Sep 1914- Oct 1914 (closing date unknown/42 performances). Cast: Helen Hayes [credited as Helen Hayes Brown], Grace Carlyle, Harry Crocker, John Drew, May Galyer, Jessie F. Glendinning, Ferdinand Gottschalk, J. Homer Hunt, Harry Leighton, ... See more »

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Short, bald-pated English character actor, in films from 1917. Retired 1938. See more »

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