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Leo Slezak (I) (1873–1946)

Leo Slezak was born on August 18, 1873 in Mährisch-Schönberg, Austria-Hungary. He was an actor, known for Zirkus Saran (1935), Husaren heraus (1937) and Alles für Gloria (1941). He was married to Elisabeth Wertheim. He died on June 1, 1946 in Rottach-Egern, Bavaria, Germany. See full bio »

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Known For

Zirkus Saran
Zirkus Saran Direktor Saran
(1935)
Husaren heraus
Husaren heraus Adrian Fabius - Rittergutsbesitzer auf Taus
(1937)
Alles für Gloria
Alles für Gloria Kammersänger Möbius
(1941)
Herbstmanöver
Herbstmanöver Josef von Randau
(1936)

Filmography

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 1960 New Comedy Showcase (TV Series)
Leo von Slezak
- Slezak and Son (1960) ... Leo von Slezak
 1943 Geliebter Schatz
Generaldirektor
 1943 The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
Sultan Abdul-Hamid
 1941 Alles für Gloria
Kammersänger Möbius
 1940 Operette
Franz von Suppé
 1940 The Bird Seller
Baron Weps
 1940 Der Herr im Haus
Kammersänger Wolfram Schellenberg
 1940 Golowin geht durch die Stadt
Juranitsch, Stadtpräfekt
 1939 It Was a Gay Ballnight
Prof. Otto Hunsinger
 1939 Woman at the Wheel
Generaldirektor
 1939 Fasching in Wien (Short)
 1938 Die vier Gesellen
Professor Lange
 1938 Magda
Rohrmoser
 1937 Gasparone
Nasoni
 1937 Husaren heraus
Adrian Fabius - Rittergutsbesitzer auf Taus
 1937 Der letzte Wiener Fiaker
Leopold Weinzierl, ein Wiener Fiaker
 1936 Women's Paradise
Holub, Oberbuchhalter
 1936 Immortal Melodies
Verleger Haslinger
 1936 Konfetti
August Sommerbauer
 1936 Rendezvous in Vienna
Marschner - Wiener Verleger
 1936 Herbstmanöver
Josef von Randau
 1936 Der König lächelt - Paris lacht
Graf de Latour
 1935 Eine Nacht an der Donau
Janos Török, Gastwirt
 1935 Zirkus Saran
Direktor Saran
 1935 Die Pompadour
Barbanelle, ein Schankwirt
 1935 The World's in Love
Adalbert v. Waldenau
 1935 Tanzmusik
Koppler, Inhaber einer Konzertagentur
 1935 Die blonde Carmen
Otto Bachmeier, Composer
 1935 The Trip to Youth
Dr. Oelschläger, Landarzt
 1934 Der Herr ohne Wohnung
Kreindl
 1934 Ihr größter Erfolg
Ferdinand Raimund, Dichter
 1934 La Paloma. Ein Lied der Kameradschaft
Ramiro, Gastwirt 'Zum stolzen Torero'
 1934 Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald
Alois Jeremias Schopf
 1934 Music in the Blood
Friedrich Hagedorn, Kapellmeister
 1934 Enjoy Yourselves
Gottfried Bumm, Gesangspädagoge
 1933 Großfürstin Alexandra
Fürst Nikolai
 1933 Die Herren vom Maxim
Rübsam - Kammersänger
 1932 Ein toller Einfall
Theo Müller, Manager der Miller Girls
 1932 The Ladies Diplomat
Iwan Milhailow
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Personal Details

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Made his Metropolitan Opera debut in Verdi's "Otello", singing the title role under legendary Italian conductor Arturo Toscanini. Toscanini was at the Met from 1908 to 1914, and Slezak sang Otello each time that Toscanini conducted it there.
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Trivia:

Ensemble member of the Berlin State Opera (1898-1900), the Vienna State Opera (1901-1926). Retired from opera in 1934 to devote his time to film acting. See more »

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