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Date of Birth 19 September 1902Nakel, East Prussia, Germany [now Naklo nad Notecia, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland]
Date of Death 29 September 1972Bad Wiessee, Bavaria, Germany

Mini Bio (1)

Max Nosseck was born on September 19, 1902 in Nakel, East Prussia, Germany. He was a director and actor, known for Dillinger (1945), The Brighton Strangler (1945) and The Return of Rin Tin Tin (1947). He was married to Genevieve Haugan, Olly Gebauer and Ilse Steppat. He died on September 29, 1972 in Bad Wiessee, Bavaria, Germany.

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Ilse Steppat (? - ?)
Genevieve Haugan (? - ?)
Olly Gebauer (? - ?)

Trivia (3)

Educated at Berliner University and the Vienna art school.
Started as a bit part player after World War I. Formed his own short-lived production company in 1922, then worked as an actor in silent films and on the stage. Briefly led a jazz band in 1925. Forced to leave Germany due to his Jewish background in 1933, thereafter active as writer/director in France and America.
Brother to Martin Nosseck, who own the screening theatre at Doheny Drive and Sunset Blvd (9130 Sunset Blvd) called, Martin Nosseck Projection Theatre. This is the screening room that Howard Hughes stayed in and slept for many months. Howard Hughes used this theatre as his private screening room whenever he was in Beverly Hills, California.

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