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Max Hiller (I) (1889–1948)

Max Hiller was born on December 8, 1889 in Berlin as Julius Wilhelm Max Hiller. He was an actor, known for The Last Laugh (1924), Glückskinder (1936) and A Man Wants to Get to Germany (1934). He died on December 18, 1948 in Berlin, Germany. See full bio »

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in Berlin

Died:

(age 59) in Berlin, Germany

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Known For

The Last Laugh
The Last Laugh Ihr Bräutigam [Her Bridegroom]
(1924)
Glückskinder
Glückskinder Standesbeamter
(1936)
Patriots
Patriots French Gendarm
(1937)

Filmography

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 1951 Das fremde Leben
Werkmeister
 1944 Familie Buchholz
Diener bei Poseners
 1944 Ein schöner Tag (as Max W. Hiller)
 1941 Frau Luna
Lämmermeier (uncredited)
 1938 Pour le Mérite
Abgeordneter
 1938 The Blue Fox
Ungarischer Bauer am Bahnhof
 1938 Nanon
 1938 Fracht von Baltimore
Schneidermeister bei Hoffmann
 1938 Capriccio
Brautwerber
 1938 Frau Sylvelin
Ein Ober
 1937 La Habanera
Don Pedro's Servant (as Max W. Hiller)
 1937 The Private's Job
Englischer Gefangener
 1937 To New Shores
Brautwerbender Soldat in Paramatta
 1937 Patriots
French Gendarm (as Max Wilhelm Hiller)
 1937 Seven Slaps
1. Zuschauer beim Fußballspiel (as Max W. Hiller)
 1936 Glückskinder
Standesbeamter
 1936 Boccaccio
Gerichtsschreiber
 1935 Postlagernd XYZ (Short)
 1930 Die letzte Kompagnie
Machnow (as Max Wilhelm Hiller)
 1925 Liebesfeuer
Franz
 1924 The Last Laugh
Ihr Bräutigam [Her Bridegroom]
 1918 Rasputin
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Alternate Names:

Max W. Hiller | Max Wilhelm Hiller
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Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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