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Who is Abraham Sofaer?
Abraham Sofaer was a Burmese-born American stage actor who became a familiar supporting player on film and television in his later years. He was born in Rangoon. Sofaer's strong features and resonant voice complemented the many exotic character parts he played.
- also known as Abrahame Sofaer
- born on (119 years ago) in Yangon
- ethnicity: Jewish people
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor, teacher
- died on (27 years ago) in Woodland Hills of cardiovascular disease
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by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen
Freer-HuntpcIndian & British FilmProdsp HimansuRai sDiwan Sharar m Ernest Broadhurst lp Devika Rani, HimansuRai, Abraham Sofaer, Sudharani, Diwan ...
The Star Trek Encyclopedia (2011)
by Michael Okuda, Denise Okuda, Debbie Mirek
Stewart as Ramart, Captain; Dallas Mitchell as Nellis, Tom; Don Eitner as Navigator; Patricia McNulty as Lawton, Yeoman Tina; John Bellah as Crewman 1; Garland Thompson as Crewman 2; Abraham Sofaer as Thasian ...
by Vincent Terrace
Abraham Sofaer (Galgo); Cal Bolder (Shalu); Sammy Rose (Shizam); Victor Buono (Sultan). Producer: Frank King.
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Abraham Sofaer (The Judge). Robert Atkins (The Vicar). Robert Coote (Bob Trubshawe). Kathleen Byron (The Angel). Bonar Colleano Jr. (A Pilot). Richard Attenborough (A Pilot) WRIT.
Supernatural and Science Fiction Elements in Novels, Pulps, Comics, Film, Television, Games and Other Media by Paul Green
Air date: October 21, 1966; Guest Cast: John Doucette as Ulysses, Dee Hartford as Helen of Troy, Paul Carr as Paris, Joseph Ruskin as Sardis, Abraham Sofaer as Epeios; Story: Allan Balter, William Read ...
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