Albert Florath (actor)
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Who is Albert Florath?
Albert Florath: Albert Peter Adam Florath was a German stage and film actor.
- also known as Albert Peter Adam Florath
- born on (126 years ago) in Bielefeld, child of Joseph Florath and Matilda Burkart
- nationality: Germany, German Empire
- profession: Actor
- Marriage with Elz Rothenaicher until
- died on (57 years ago) in Gaildorf
- played Der Arzt in "White Slaves"
- played Obrist Röder in "Jud Süß"
- played Oil Magnate (Ölkönig Jackson) in "Glückskinder"
- played Pastor in "The House in Montevideo"
- played Bearing in "The Rothschilds"
- played Landgerichtsdirektor in "Bachelor's Paradise"
- played Louis XVIII of France in "Napoleon at Saint Helena"
- played Sparkassenvorsteher in "No Money Needed"
- played Wilhelm Lemke in "The Last Horse Carriage in Berlin"
- played Vater Wernicke - Familienpensionsinhaber in "The Roundabouts of Handsome Karl"
- played Onkel Hansen in "Gabriela"
- played Fabrikarzt in "A Woman Like You"
- played Der Arzt in "Diesel"
- played Ferdinand von Reckwitz in "Clarissa"
- played Totengräber in "Wibbel the Tailor"
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