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Louis Sorin (1893–1961)

Louis Sorin was born on September 23, 1893 in New York City, New York, USA. He is known for his work on Animal Crackers (1930), With These Hands (1950) and Playboy Number One (1937). He was married to Lenore Wein. He died on December 14, 1961 in New York City. See full bio »

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 1964 Brenner (TV Series)
- The Vigilantes (1964) ... Fiore
 1961 Naked City (TV Series)
Old Man in Store / Presser
- The Fingers of Henri Tourelle (1961) ... Presser
 1959 New York Confidential (TV Series)
- A Covenant with Death (1959) ... Rigorio
 1957 The Jackie Gleason Show (TV Series)
Maitre D', sidewalk cafe
- Plastered in Paris (1957) ... Maitre D', sidewalk cafe (uncredited)
 1953-1956 The Goldbergs (TV Series)
- The Singer (1956) ... Simon
- Baby Naming (1954) ... Simon
- What's in a Name (1954) ... Simon
 1956 The Honeymooners (TV Series)
Mr. Manicotti
- Mama Loves Mambo (1956) ... Mr. Manicotti (uncredited)
 1951-1956 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
- The Sunday Punch (1953)
- The Kimballs (1951)
 1955 I Spy (TV Series)
 1955 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
- Six O'Clock Call (1955)
 1949-1953 The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Sam Harvard
- The Big Deal (1953) ... Sam Harvard
 1953 Short Short Dramas (TV Series)
- Backfire (1953) ... Barrow (as Lou Sorin)
 1951 Crime Photographer (TV Series)
- Brains (1951)
 1951 Big Town (TV Series)
- Off Beat (1951)
 1951 Lights Out (TV Series)
- The Faceless Man (1951) ... Etienne
 1951 The Clock (TV Series)
- Runaway (1951)
 1950 With These Hands
 1943 No Greater Love
Additional Voices (English version, voice)
 1937 Playboy Number One (Short)
Chef Louis Marcel LaLongue
 1937 The Smart Way (Short)
The Lawyer
 1933 Moonlight and Pretzels
Hobart (uncredited)
 1929 Glorifying the American Girl
Tailor's assistant (uncredited)
 1929 Lucky in Love
Abe Feinberg
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Los Angeles. Comedy. Written by Max Marcin and Donald Ogden Stewart. Directed by Sam Forrest. Hudson Theatre: 19 Dec 1927- Jan 1928 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Alan Brooks, G. Davidson Clark, Frances Dale, Frank Ford, Jack La Rue (as "Mr. Pirrano"), Martha Manners, Jane Oaker, Rosalie O'Reilly, Neil Pratt, ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Lou Sorin

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American character actor, considerably more prolific on stage than in films. Made his Broadway debut in 1923 and appeared in both the stage and screen versions of "Animal Crackers", with the Marx Brothers.

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