Albert Bassermann (actor)
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Who is Albert Bassermann?
Albert Bassermann was a German stage and screen actor. He was married to Elsa Bassermann whom he frequently performed alongside.
- also known as Albert Basserman
- born on (148 years ago) in Mannheim
- nationality: Germany
- profession: Actor
- Marriage with Elsa Basserman between and (44 years)
- died on (62 years ago) in Zürich of myocardial infarction
- played Father Julius Nieuwland in "Knute Rockne, All American"
- played Van Meer in "Foreign Correspondent"
- played Ratov in "The Red Shoes"
- played Dr. Sigmund Gottlieb Golden in "Since You Went Away"
- "Reunion in France"
- "Madame Curie"
- "Once Upon a Honeymoon"
- played Dr. Storm in "Fly-by-Night"
- "Desperate Journey"
- played Consul Magnus Barring in "A Woman's Face"
- "The Shanghai Gesture"
- played Sothis in "The Wife of the Pharaoh"
- "Earth Spirit"
- played Arnold Schmidt in "Invisible Agent"
- "Christopher Columbus"
- played Col. Picquart in "Dreyfus"
- "Moon Over Burma"
- played Count Hollweg in "1914"
- played Sir Hudson Lowe in "Napoleon at Saint Helena"
- nomination: - nominated to Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role - "Foreign Correspondent" (Role: Van Meer)
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