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Olaf Storm (1894–1931)

Olaf Storm was born on January 10, 1894 in Frederiksberg, Denmark. He was an actor and editor, known for The Last Laugh (1924), Die Minderjährige - Zu jung fürs Leben (1921) and Nat Pinkerton im Kampf, 2. Teil - Diebesfallen (1921). He died in March 1931. See full bio »


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 1927 Wochenendzauber
Ein junger Künstler
 1927 Verbotene Liebe
 1927 Metropolis
Jan (uncredited)
 1926 Der Meineidbauer
Toni, sein Sohn
 1924 The Last Laugh
Junger Gast [Young Guest]
 1924 Sacrifice
Harald Nielsen, Thompson Sekretär
 1922 Die Tochter des Wucherers
Dr. Kurt Holgers
 1922 Das Straßenmädchen von Berlin
Baron Axel von Rhode
 1922 Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler (uncredited)
 1922 Fräulein Julie
The Bridegroom
 1921 Was tat ich dir?
Hans von Rhoden
 1921 Begierde
Wassili Iwanow
 1920 Ferréol
Ferréol von Meyran
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The actor Olaf Storm made his film debut in with "Der Erbe vom Lilienhof" (1919). In the next years followed many other movies in which the talented actor impersonated easily remembered support roles. See more »

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