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Lauritz Melchior (1890–1973)


Lauritz Melchior was born on March 20, 1890 in Copenhagen, Denmark as Lauritz Lebrecht Hommel Melchior. He was an actor, known for The Lost City of Z (2016), Luxury Liner (1948) and Two Sisters from Boston (1946). He was married to Mary Markham, Maria Hacker and Inger Nathanson. He died on March 18, 1973 in Santa Monica, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Lost City of Z
The Lost City of Z Soundtrack
(2016)
Luxury Liner
Luxury Liner Olaf Eriksen
(1948)
Two Sisters from Boston
(1946)
The Stars Are Singing
(1953)

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 1963 Here's Edie (TV Series)
- Episode #2.5 (1963)
 1959 Make Room for Daddy (TV Series)
Otto Nielsen
- Shirley Jones Makes Good (1959) ... Otto Nielsen
 1953 The Stars Are Singing
Jan Poldi
 1948 Luxury Liner
Olaf Eriksen
 1947 This Time for Keeps
Richard Herald
 1946 Two Sisters from Boston
Olstrom
 1945 Thrill of a Romance
Mr. Nils Knudsen
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Personal Details

Other Works:

In 1959, he starred in an unsold pilot for a sitcom about a retired singer entitled "The Great Dane".

Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)
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Known for his incredibly high tenor and long-running performances as the bold-faced hero of composer Richard Wagner's best-known, "long-haired" operas, including "Tristan and Isolde" (223), "Tannhauser" (144), "Die Walkure" (183), "Lohengrin" (106), "Siegfried" (128) and "Parsifal" (81). See more »

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