Erich Oswald Stroheim
|Born||Sep 22, 1885|
Vienna, Austria-Hungary (now Austria)
|Died||May 12, 1957|
|Age||Died at 71|
|Final Resting PlaceWoodlawn Cemetery|
Erich von Stroheim
|Job||Actor, director, screenwriter, producer|
|Top Roles||Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, The Great Flamarion, Dr. von Harden, Lt. Erich von Steuben, Nicki / Prince Nickolas von Wildeliebe|
|Top Genres||Drama, Silent Films, War, Romance, Thriller/Suspense, Comedy|
|Top Topics||World War II, Based on Play, Fame|
|Top Collaborators||D.W. Griffith (Director), George Sherman (Director), Irving Thalberg (Producer), Lillian Gish|
|Shares birthday with||Paul Muni, Martha Scott, John Houseman see more..|
Erich von Stroheim Overview:
Legendary actor, Erich von Stroheim, was born Erich Oswald Stroheim on Sep 22, 1885 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary (now Austria). von Stroheim died at the age of 71 on May 12, 1957 in Maurepas, France and was laid to rest in Woodlawn Cemetery in Santa Monica, CA.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although von Stroheim was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.
|1950||Best Supporting Actor||Sunset Blvd. (1950)||Max Von Mayerling||Nominated|
He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.
Classic Movie Legend Tribute:By minooallen on Sep 22, 2012 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
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Erich von Stroheim Quotes:
Prof. Franz Mueller: Would it not be the achievement of all time to keep the brains of great thinkers, scientists, authors, statesmen, alive? To derive benefit from their wisdom and thinking power, even after their death - to make them literally immortal?
Field Marshal Rommel: [to Mouche] I don't like women in the morning. Go away!
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