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  1. Oskar Homolka. Oskar Homolka (12 de agosto de 1898 – 27 de enero de 1978) fue un actor teatral y cinematográfico austrohúngaro, aunque su fuerte acento, su aspecto fornido, sus pobladas cejas y su nombre eslavo hicieron que muchos creyeran que era originario de Europa Oriental o de Rusia .

  2. Oskar Homolka (August 12, 1898 – January 27, 1978) was an Austrian film and theatre actor, who went on to work in Germany, Britain, and America. Both his voice and his appearance fitted him for roles as communist spies or Soviet officials, for which he was in regular demand.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0393028Oscar Homolka - IMDb

    Homolka was one of the many Austrian and specifically Viennese actors (many of them Jewish) who fled Europe for the U.S. with the rise to power of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party. Although often typecast in villainous roles - Communist spies, Soviet-bloc military officers or scientists and the like - he was nominated for an Oscar for his ...

  4. Óscar Homolka. Oskar Homolka. Actor austríaco. Nació el 12 de agosto de 1898 en Viena ( Austria ). Actor de teatro, participa en las experiencias de Brecht desde 1924, realizando su debut en el cine en 1926 con Die abenteuer eines zehnmarkscheines de Berthold Viertel (y Béla Balász).

  5. Oscar Homolka (born Aug. 12, 1898, Vienna—died Jan. 27, 1978, Sussex, Eng.) was an Austrian-born U.S. character actor of stage and screen, known for his memorable portrayals of spies and villains. After two years of military service in World War I , Homolka made his stage debut in Vienna , playing a small part in The Little Man (1918).

  6. Oscar Homolka. Jump to Edit. Overview. Born. August 12, 1898 · Vienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria] Died. January 28, 1978 · Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England, UK (pneumonia) Birth name. Oscar Hugo Homolka. Nickname. Oscar Homolka. Mini Bio. Because of his heavy generically "European" accent and Slavic-sounding.

  7. Oskar Homolka (12 de agosto de 1898 – 27 de enero de 1978) fue un actor teatral y cinematográfico austrohúngaro, aunque su fuerte acento, su aspecto fornido, sus pobladas cejas y su nombre eslavo hicieron que muchos creyeran que era originario de Europa Oriental o de Rusia.