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Theodore Kosloff (1882–1956)

Theodore Kosloff was born on January 22, 1882 in Moscow, Russian Empire as Fijodor Mikailovitch Koslov. He is known for his work on Why Change Your Wife? (1920), The Affairs of Anatol (1921) and Children of Jazz (1923). He was married to Maria Alexandra Baldina. He died on November 22, 1956 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Why Change Your Wife?
The Affairs of Anatol
The Affairs of Anatol Mr. Nazzer Singh - Hindu Hypnotist
Children of Jazz
Children of Jazz Richard Forestall


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 1937 Stage Door
Dance Instructor (uncredited)
 1930 Madam Satan
 1928 Woman Wise
Abdul Mustapha
 1927 The Little Adventuress
Antonio Russo
 1926 The Volga Boatman
Stefan, A Blacksmith
 1925 Beggar on Horseback
Prince in Pantomime
 1925 New Lives for Old
De Montinbard
 1925 The Golden Bed
Marquis de San Pilar
 1924 Feet of Clay
 1924 Triumph
 1923 Don't Call It Love
Luigi Busini
 1923 Adam's Rib
Jaromir XIII - Deposed King of Morania
 1923 Children of Jazz
Richard Forestall
 1923 Law of the Lawless
 1922 The Dictator
Carlos Rivas
 1922 The Green Temptation
 1922 The Lane That Had No Turning
Louis Racine
 1921 Fool's Paradise
John Roderiguez
 1921 The Affairs of Anatol
Mr. Nazzer Singh - Hindu Hypnotist
 1921 Forbidden Fruit
Pietro Giuseppe
 1920 The Prince Chap
 1920 The City of Masks
 1920 Why Change Your Wife?
 1917 The Woman God Forgot
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (5 credits)
Show Show Self (2 credits)

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Stage Play: See America First. Musical comedy/opera. Book by T. Lawrason Riggs. Music by Cole Porter. Lyrics by Cole Porter. Musical Direction by Clarence West. Choreographed by Edward Hutchinson and Theodore Kosloff. Costume Design by Homer Conant and Melville Ellis. Directed by J.H. Benrimo. Maxine Elliott's Theatre: 28 Mar 1916- 8 Apr ... See more »

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5' 7" (1.7 m)

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Dark-complexioned Russian-born silent screen actor, with Paramount in the 1920's as exotic or Latin romantic leads. He was also a professional ballet dancer, trained at the Imperial Theatre in Moscow and head of his own Russian ballet company which performed at London's Coliseum Music Hall for four years. After the advent of sound pictures, Kosloff worked as a private dance instructor and ... See more »

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