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Menasha Skulnik (1890–1970)

Menasha Skulnik was born on May 15, 1890 in Warsaw, Poland, Russian Empire. He was an actor, known for Oy Doktor! (1930), Menasha the Magnificent (1950) and Monticello, Here We Come (1950). He died on June 4, 1970 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Oy Doktor!
Oy Doktor! Actor
Menasha the Magnificent
A.N.T.A. Album of 1955


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 1956 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
- The Plunge (1956)
 1953 The Goldbergs (TV Series)
- Episode dated 7 August 1953 (1953) ... Berish
 1950 Menasha the Magnificent (Short)
 1930 Oy Doktor! (Short)
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 1951-1966 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series)
Himself - Comedian / Himself
- Episode #19.23 (1966) ... Himself - Comedian
- Episode #4.35 (1951) ... Himself
 1955 A.N.T.A. Album of 1955 (TV Movie)
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 1933 Live and Laugh (Documentary)

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In 1957, Screen Gems Productions produced a pilot about two lawyers (played by Menasha Skulnik and Dennis King), one Irish and one Jewish, working in late-Nineteenth Century New York. The series was never produced. See more »

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One of the legendary talents of the Yiddish theater, Menasha Skulnik also appeared in several Broadway shows, most notably in Clifford Odets' "The Flowering Peach" and Harold Rome's "The Zulu and the Zayda," winning a Tony award for Best Actor in a Musical for the latter in 1964. He died in 1970 at the age of eighty.

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