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Fred Nurney (1895–1973)

Fred Nurney was born on May 11, 1895 in Des Moines, Iowa, USA as Fritz Nuernberger. He was an actor, known for Sleep, My Love (1948), Magnificent Obsession (1954) and There's Always Tomorrow (1955). He died on September 9, 1973 in York, Maine, USA. See full bio »

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(age 78) in York, Maine, USA

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Known For

Sleep, My Love
Sleep, My Love Haskins
(1948)
Magnificent Obsession
Magnificent Obsession Dr. Laradetti
(1954)
There's Always Tomorrow
(1955)

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 1960 The Untouchables (TV Series)
Felix Boll
- The Otto Frick Story (1960) ... Felix Boll
 1959 Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (TV Series)
Dr. Brunner
- Lepke (1959)
- Perilous (1959) ... Dr. Brunner
 1957 Battle Hymn
Old Man (uncredited)
 1957 Telephone Time (TV Series)
Police Chief
- Passport to Life (1957) ... Police Chief
 1956 Francis in the Haunted House
Dr. Nelson (uncredited)
 1956 Never Say Goodbye
Karl Romberg
 1955 There's Always Tomorrow
Tourist
 1954 Sign of the Pagan
Chamberlain
 1954 Magnificent Obsession
Dr. Laradetti
 1953 All I Desire
Hans Peterson
 1952 Has Anybody Seen My Gal
Fredericks (uncredited)
 1952 Invitation
Guest (uncredited)
 1952 Dangerous Assignment (TV Series)
Karis
- The Iron Banner Story (1952) ... Karis
 1951 The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel
German Colonel (uncredited)
 1951 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
- Second Chance (1951)
 1950 Mystery Submarine
Bruno
 1950 South Sea Sinner
Police Captain Salsa
 1949 The Great Sinner
Porter (uncredited)
 1949 Hold That Baby!
Dr. Hugo Schiller
 1948 The Saxon Charm
Head Waiter (uncredited)
 1948 Letter from an Unknown Woman
Officer on Street (uncredited)
 1948 The Cobra Strikes
Franz Lang
 1948 Ruthless
Mrs. Vendig's Lover (uncredited)
 1948 B.F.'s Daughter
Jan
 1948 Sleep, My Love
Haskins
 1947 The Judge Steps Out
Headwaiter (uncredited)
 1947 Song of Love
Mr. Fehling (uncredited)
 1947 Golden Earrings
German Agent (uncredited)
 1947 Calcutta
Man in Cafe (uncredited)
 1947 The Beginning or the End
Nazi Officer (uncredited)
 1946 Notorious
John Huberman (uncredited)
 1946 A Scandal in Paris
Cousin Gabriel
 1946 The Searching Wind
German Speaker (uncredited)
 1946 Two Smart People
Victoire (uncredited)
 1946 O.S.S.
Major Courier (uncredited)
 1946 The Hoodlum Saint
Big Jim Nanby (uncredited)
 1946 13 Rue Madeleine
German Officer (uncredited)
 1945 A Royal Scandal
Russian General (uncredited)
 1945 Hotel Berlin
Gestapo Man (uncredited)
 1944 The Conspirators
Young Attache (uncredited)
 1944 The Seventh Cross
Gestapo (uncredited)
 1944 Summer Storm
Judge in Kharkov (uncredited)
 1944 The Hitler Gang
Gen. von Epp
 1944 Tampico
U-Boat Officer (uncredited)
 1944 Voice in the Wind
Vasek
 1944 Passport to Destiny
Weirnecht General (uncredited)
 1943 The Cross of Lorraine
Nazi Guard (uncredited)
 1943 Bomber's Moon
Otto - Butler
 1943 Appointment in Berlin
Army Captain (uncredited)
 1943 Hitler's Madman
Captain (uncredited)
 1943 Five Graves to Cairo
Maj. Lamprecht (uncredited)
 1943 They Came to Blow Up America
The Real Ernst Reiter (uncredited)
 1931 M
Man (uncredited)
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