Abraham Sofaer (actor)
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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
- Marriage with Psyche Angela Christian
- died on (27 years ago) in Woodland Hills of cardiovascular disease
- played Fatumak, Medicine Man in "His Majesty O'Keefe"
- "Elephant Walk"
- played Surabhai in "Bhowani Junction"
- played Paul the Apostle in "Quo Vadis"
- played Incacha in "The Naked Jungle"
- "Journey to the Center of Time"
- "Crook's Tour"
- played The Jew in "Things to Come"
- "A Matter of Life and Death"
- "Christopher Columbus"
- "Twice-Told Tales"
- "The First Texan"
- played Dr. Menasseh in "Rembrandt"
- "Judgment Deferred"
- played Emissary in Rome (Uncredited) in "Song Without End"
- played Galgo in "Captain Sindbad"
- TV series: "The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
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