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Max Bozyk (1888–1970)

Max Bozyk was born in Lodz (pronounced Wooj - but often Anglicized to sound like Ludz), Poland, in 1888, where he first performed in Yiddish theater and films. It was also there that he met his wife Reizl Bozyk, who accompanied him on stage as the second half of a comedy team. Touring in 1939 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he and his wife elected not... See full bio »

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Known For

The Dybbuk Sender's friend Nute
(1937)
Yidl mitn fidl Izak 'Ajzyk' Kalamutker
(1936)
The Jester Reb Zurekh
(1937)
(1937)

Filmography

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 1950 Catskill Honeymoon
Comic
 1950 God, Man and Devil
Lazar Dubrovner, his father
 1938 Mamele
Berl Samet (as Maks Bozyk)
 1938 A Brivele der mamen
Szymon / Shimen, the Tailor (as Maks Bozyk)
 1937 The Dybbuk
Sender's friend Nute (as M. Bozyk)
 1937 The Jester
Reb Zurekh (as Maks Bozyk)
 1937 The Vow
The Schadchen (Match-Maker) (as Maks Bozyk)
 1937 Jolly Paupers (as Maks Bozyk)
 1936 Yidl mitn fidl
Izak 'Ajzyk' Kalamutker (as Maks Bozyk)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

M. Bozyk | Maks Bozyk

Spouse:

Reizl Bozyk  (his death)  (1 child)
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Star Sign:

Taurus

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