Alfred Abel (actor)
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Who is Alfred Abel?
Alfred Abel: Alfred Peter Abel was a German film actor, director, and producer. He appeared in more than 140 silent and sound films between 1913 and 1938. His best-known performance was as Joh Fredersen in Fritz Lang's 1927 film, Metropolis.
- also known as Alfred Peter Abel, The Lewis Stone of German Pictures
- born on (136 years ago) in Leipzig, child of Louis Abel and Anna Maria Selma
- nationality: Germany
- profession: Actor, film director, film producer
- Marriage with Elizabeth Seidel until
- parent of Ursula Abel
- died on (77 years ago) in Berlin
- played Sir John Menier in "Mary"
- played Count Told in "Dr. Mabuse the Gambler"
- played Lorenz Lubota in "Phantom"
- played Philipp Collins in "The Grand Duke's Finances"
- played Joh Fredersen in "Metropolis"
- "The Flame"
- "The Guardsman"
- "The Vice of Humanity"
- "Strauss Is Playing Today"
- "The Burning Soil"
- "Das Laster des Spiels"
- played Gellony in "Mein Herz ist eine Jazzband"
- played Der Mann in "The Burning Secret"
- played Mr. Knas (Senf en gros) in "My Wife, the Impostor"
- played Count Berchtold in "1914"
- played Iwan Keller in "The House of Dora Green"
- played Dichter Knips in "The Court Concert"
- played Parfen (Rogoschins Sohn) in "Wandering Souls"
- played Georg de la Croix in "Sappho"
- played Bürgermeister in "The Trunks of Mr. O.F."
- "Man Overboard"
- played Guide in "The Scoundrel"
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