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Theodore Bikel

Born May 2, 1924 in Vienna, Austria
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Theodore Meir Bikel (born May 2, 1924) is a character actor, folk singer and musician. He made his film debut in The African Queen (1951) and was nominated for an Academy award for his supporting role as Sheriff Max Muller in The Defiant Ones (1958).

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Actor
as "Captain Koch"
as "Dutch John Hathaway"
as "Prof. Yuri Pochenko"
as "Self / Zoltan Karpathy (as Theo Bikel)"
as "Gideon Lee"
as "Leo"
Shattered (1991)
as "Dr. Berkus"
as "Henry Kissinger"
as "Bronie"
Dark Tower (1989)
as "Max Gold"
as "Abe Moser"
as "Georgi"
as "Aragorn"
as "Marley's Ghost (voice)"
as "Yakov Shlomo"
as "Otto Gruenwaldt"
as "The Captain"
as "Sgt. Phl 'Sharkey' Gold"
200 Motels (1971)
as "Rance Muhammitz / Dave"
as "Meyer"
as "Bando"
as "Alonzo"
Festival (1967)
as "Himself"
Noon Wine (1966)
as "Homer T. Hatch"
as "Bondrechai"
as "Zoltan Karpathy"
as "Klepert"
as "Dimitrios Tassos"
as "Dr. R. W. Gibbs"
as "Piet van Gelder"
as "Carl G.G. Palmberg"
as "Sheriff Max Muller"
as "Andy McKee"
Fraulein (1958)
as "Col. Dimitri Bucaron"
as "Heinie Schwaffer"
as "General Jouvet"
as "Eduardo Uribari"
as "German Officer"
as "Vandy"
as "Josip"
as "Joseph"
as "Max"
as "Parsimonious"
as "Henri Dubot"
as "Lieutenant"
as "First Officer"
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