Szoke Szakall’s Age, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Parents, Girlfriend, Wife, Biography, Wikipedia, Children, Birth Date

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Szoke Szakall was born on February 2, 1883, and he was a Hungarian-American stage and film character actor.
Szoke Szakall was born in Budapest into a Jewish family. He had no option but to step out of the Hungarian army during World War I due to an injury to his chest.

When he was in school, he used to write sketches for Budapest vaudeville shows. At age 18, he decided to focus on acting. Later in 1946, Szoke Szakall became a citizen of the United States of America and he used the name Jacob Hero. It must be noted that in the 1910s and 1920s, Szoke Szakall had become a star of the Hungarian stage and screen.

Szoke Szakall was said to have died of a heart attack in Hollywood on February 12, 1955. He died not long after he had filmed The Student Prince and this was just 10 days after his 72nd birthday. It must be noted that Szoke Szakall was laid to rest in Glendale, California. He was buried in the Garden of Memory in Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

Some of the films he made appearances in includeRomance in Budapest (1933) as Strangel úr, Murray menedzsere, Adventures on the Lido (1933) as Michael, Scandal in Budapest (1933) as Stangl, Voices of Spring (1933) as Krüger, Schuldiener, Stolen Wednesday (1933) as Schmidz, fotóriporter, Wenn du jung bist, gehört dir die Welt (1934) as Beppo, Everything for the Woman (1934) and Helyet az öregeknek [hu] (1934) as Polgár papírkereskedõ.

Others are Oh, You Beautiful Doll (1949) as Fred Fisher aka Alfred Breitenbach, Montana (1950) as Papa Otto Schultz, The Daughter of Rosie O’Grady (1950) as Miklos ‘Mike’ Teretzky, Tea for Two (1950) as J. Maxwell Bloomhaus, Sugarfoot (1951) as Don Miguel Wormser, Lullaby of Broadway (1951) as Adolph Hubbell, Painting the Clouds with Sunshine (1951) as Uncle Felix, It’s a Big Country (1951) as Stefan Szabo, Small Town Girl (1953) as Papa Eric Schlemmer and The Student Prince (1954) as Joseph Ruder (final film role).

Szoke Szakall’s Biography, Wikipedia

Details of Szoke Szakall are available on Wikipedia.

Szoke Szakall’s Age, Birth Date

He was born on February 2, 1883. He was 72 years old at the time of his death.

Szoke Szakall’s Height, Weight

The height and weight of Szoke Szakall are not available.

Szoke Szakall’s Net Worth

His net worth was $ 1 million at the time of his death.

Szoke Szakall’s Parents

The parents of Szoke Szakall were Grünwald Henrik and Róza Fischer.

Szoke Szakall’s Girlfriend, Wife, Children

Szoke Szakall was married to a woman called Paula Sakall. There is no information about his children.

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S. Z. Sakall Net Worth


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